Week 2 NFL Weekend Recap: The Book of Bad Beats

“No Andrew Luck, no problem”, said that the Indianapolis Colts. Jacoby Brissett did enough damage to make gambling the Titans this weekend a bowl of distress. Tennessee ended up 17-13 until Brissett hit T.Y. Hilton to get a tiny four-yard flare to put the Colts up 19-17 until the two-point conversion attempt failed. All we who laid three with the Titans prayed that Marcus Mariota would parade his Titans down the field and stick because a field goal could magnify the pain if Tennessee was going to win this 1 20-19. After all, there were four minutes and change left in the game, and it would be a reduction for those people who set the three, a one-point win could be helpful for the Titans.
In the end, the Titans lost — which is what we actually wanted if we could not get the pay because we need the favorites we all wager to feel at least a few of our angst — and most of us funding Tennessee are left wondering if Mariota is actually the perfect man for the task.
No, this does not qualify as a terrible defeat per se but for all of the squares that determined they were going to play with the use of a sharp and grab 18 how’d this sense? For wager such as the guys, jump off the bandwagon that was square, and you were planning to go against the grain. You couldn’t wait to smugly say,”I told you so” after the Pats won 24-10, however, with Miami covering, and regale your square brethren on the background of collapse New England has lived over time when they journey to Miami. A grin would crawl across your head after you have imparted your wagering wisdom to your bar buddies followed by ordering a round of shots for the losers that are chalk-eating.
Well, that dream become a nightmare because TB12’s wrecking crew laid waste to the Fish by 43-0’s score and the squares will be’ talkin’ as you sit there and accept it. You have a free chance to drown your misery.
Bears on the street against a lackluster Denver crime looked like a great bet, right? In the end, you’re laying less than a field goal and Chicago holds a 13-3 lead going to the fourth quarter. Counting your money, yet? Denver is an offensive juggernaut and the Bears should be able to get a touchdown, although the Broncos would draw closer, courtesy of a 32-yard field goal off the foot of Brandon McManus.
Ah, not too quickly, as the only touchdown in the last stanza could come into Sanders using a Flacco connection followed by a successful conversion. It was the conversion which iced it instead of an additional point linking the game, these mom bleepin’ Broncos went for the deuce and made the score 14-13, which means even a late Chicago field goal would not be adequate to find the cover. And worst of all lose by a hook!
The Bears, eventually feeling a sense of urgency — there is not ours — with 30 seconds left on the clockmarched down the field, kicked out a 53-yard field target, and notched a decision. Meanwhile, those who scoured the NFL odds board to find a line secure in the knowledge that 2 1/2 was a number that was good, and one that would not hurt them were left with lint in their pockets and tears in their eyes.

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