Week 2 NFL Best Bets: Upsets, Totals, And Player Props To Cash Out

  • Week 2 of the NFL was action-packed and full of upsets and big underdog wins for sports bettors.
  • While sports betting favorites hit, plenty of unexpected wagers for the games cashed out.

LAS VEGAS Week 2 of NFL play is in the books with another Sunday of big payouts and notable bets.

The Las Vegas Raiders and Tennessee Titans were among the teams that entered the week as underdogs but pulled off big upsets that provided great payouts to sports bettors who wagered on them. The Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens had a high total set by USA online sportsbooks entering their Sunday Night Football matchup but covered the OVER by a comfortable margin.

Week 2 NFL Upsets

Tennessee Titans (+240) Vs. Seattle Seahawks

The Tennessee Titans had to travel to the West Coast to face the Seattle Seahawks after a tough loss at home to the Arizona Cardinals. Despite trailing 30-16 in the final quarter of the game, the Titans rallied back to force overtime and win the game with a final score of 33-30.

Las Vegas Raiders (+210) Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Las Vegas Raiders entered their Week 2 game as heavy underdogs against a Pittsburgh Steelers team that was riding high following a 23-16 upset win over the Buffalo Bills in Week 1. The Raiders built up an early 9-7 halftime lead and never looked back, closing out the game with a 26-17 road upset win on the board.

Carolina Panthers (+152) Vs. New Orleans Saints
The Carolina Panthers had to face a New Orleans Saints team that was coming off of a decisive 38-3 victory but looked unfazed from the opening kickoff.

The Panthers dominated the game with a 26-7 victory and have started to garner the league’s attention with 2 early wins, led by an offseason acquisition of quarterback Sam Darnold.

Notable Games To Go O/U The Total

Chiefs – Ravens (O/U 54.5) – Final Total Points: 71
The Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens kicked off Sunday Night Football with a high total set at 54.5 points. With the two potent offenses constantly driving down the field, the OVER covered with ease in a 36-35 shootout where the two teams scored 21 points in the first and third quarter each.

Vikings – Cardinals (O/U 50.5) – Final Total Points: 67
The Minnesota Vikings faced the Arizona Cardinals in the desert in one of the wildest games of the season right out of the gate. The two offenses were finding open receivers downfield at will and gashing the opposing defenses for big plays, resulting in a 34-33 last-second thriller win for the Cardinals.

Patriots – Jets (O/U 42.5) – Final Total Points: 31
The New England Patriots and New York Jets had the lowest total entering Sunday’s Week 2 game. However, the two defenses stepped up in the game with the Patriots’ defense notably forcing four turnovers and limiting the Jets offense to only 6 points.

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Cowboys – Chargers (O/U 54.5) – Final Total Points 37
The Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Chargers entered Week 2 with one of the highest totals and the expectations for a high-scoring game. The game itself was anything but, as the Cowboys edged out the Chargers 20-17 in a matchup that featured turnovers and errors throughout its duration, in addition to both defenses stepping up.

Anytime Touchdown Scorers With Big Payouts

49ers Quarterback, Jimmy Garoppolo (+800)
Falcons, Cordarrelle Patterson (+450)
Cardinals Wide Receiver, Rondale Moore (+400)
Bills Tight End, Dawson Knox (+330)
Bills Running Back, Zack Moss (+250)
Ravens Running Back, Latavius Murray (+210)
Broncos Wide Receiver, Tim Patrick (+200)
Jaguars Wide Receiver, Marvin Jones (+200)
Bengals Wide Receiver, Ja’Marr Chase (+190)
Buccaneers Tight End, Rob Gronkowski (+160)

Notable Quarterback Player Props

Raiders Derek Carr Vs. Steelers – 382 Passing Yards With An O/U 271.5
Cardinals Kyler Murray Vs. Vikings – 400 Passing Yards With An O/U 277.5
Buccaneers Tom Brady Vs. Falcons – 5 TDs With An O/U 2.5
Chiefs Patrick Mahomes Vs. Ravens – 3 TDs With An O/U 2.5

Notable Skill Player Props

Titans Derrick Henry Vs. Seahawks – 182 Rush Yards With An O/U 85.5
Cowboys Tony Pollard Vs. Chargers – 109 Rush Yards With An O/U 13.5
Rams Cooper Kupp Vs. Colts – 163 Receiving Yards With An O/U 69.5
Chargers Keenan Allen Vs. Cowboys – 108 Receiving Yards With An O/U 82.5

Bad Beat Of The Week: Seahawks (-6) Vs. Titans (O/U 54.5)

This game was a bad beat in two-fold for Sunday NFL sports betting gamblers that took the UNDER (54.5) and bet on the Seattle Seahawks (-6) to cover the spread.

The Seahawks had a 24-9 lead at halftime and a 30-16 lead with 13:16 left in the game, leaving those that bet on Seattle confident that their bets would cover.

The total entering the final quarter was 40 points, requiring the two teams to score 15 points in the final 15 minutes. The Tennessee Titans drove down the field twice to tie the game and force the game into overtime as both bets lost in the final minute.

Once it was in overtime, the OVER had already covered with 60 total points on the board and no possibility for the Seahawks to cover the spread with no extra point following a touchdown. But it wouldn’t matter anyway, as the Titans kicked the game-winning field goal for a 33-30 final score victory.