The New England Patriots entered this last season as the favorites to win it all, and once more, they wound up as Super Bowl champions. There is plenty during the season, Though there is little drama while in the Super Bowl. And outside of the 267 games played, there were a lot of results such as bettors.

Listed below are the five worst evil beats of the 2018 NFL year (listed in chronological order):


Week 5

Miami Dolphins in Cincinnati Bengals

If you take a 6-point underdog at the NFL, also that team contributes 17-0 with just over 20 minutes left, you expect to pay that disperse. There left by the Dolphins A late meltdown bettors who backed them to tell.

The Bengals scored the match’s final 27 points and incredibly, did so by scoring just one touchdown. After getting strip-sacked from Carlos Dunlap, the worst-case scenario happened for those who bet the Dolphins, as Sam Hubbard scooped the ball and then ran in from 19 yards out for the score.

Miami actually had two possessions to try and get yourself a backdoor cover, but one ended with the other Tannehill interception and the flip with Kenyan Drake slipping down at the Cincinnati 17-yard line on the game’s final play.

Final score: Bengals 27, Dolphins 17 (Bengals pay )

First half line: Saints -0.5

This is a first half awful beat, so maybe there wasn’t a whole lot of activity on this, but those who shot the Vikings +0.5 in this Week 8 Sunday night match suffered certainly one of those worst gaming losses of the season.

Minnesota was at the zone less than two minutes and headed 13-10. Subsequently 1 play completely changed the game. Adam Thielen fumbled in the Saints’ 14-yard line, whilst Marshon Lattimore jumped to scoop the ball and then return it 54 yards to the Minnesota 33-yard line with 57 minutes left. A Laquon Treadwell unsportsmanlike conduct penalty subsequently moved the ball to the 18, and it became dicey for people on the Vikings. Two plays later, Alvin Kamara‘s touchdown gave New Orleans the lead with 30 minutes left. It was time for you to get to sleep or see the Red Sox win the World Series with their Game 5 win in LosAngeles.

Half Time score: Saints 17, Vikings 1-3 (Saints pay )


Week 16

Washington Redskins in Tennessee Titans

Over/under: 38

This Week 16 match also had playoff implications for both the teams. The Redskins were starting Josh Johnson at dusk, their fourth separate starter in 2018. The Titans, on the other hand, had to play the next half of backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert later Marcus Mariota went down with a throat injury.

Fantastic news for the under, right? Well, it had been, until a end for a bettors out there. Washington directed 16-12 with less than 5 minutes left, but Tennessee would take the effect onto the Gabbert-to-MyCole Pruitt 2-yard touch down. After having a Josh Johnson interception and a three-and-out from Tennessee, the Redskins got the ball back with 14 minutes left.

While those on the under were minutes off from cashing their stakes with no time outs, Washington needed a miracle to rescue its season. However on the match’s final play, Malcolm Butler not merely picked off Johnson to secure the victory, but returned 56 yards for a touchdown to ship the total over.

Final score: Titans 25, Redskins 16 (total Explains )

The overnight saw just one more awful defeat that was brutal . The Browns appeared to be they’d escape into a straightforward cover contrary to the Bengals led 23-0 entering the fourth quarter.

The teams exchanged field goals in the fourth to make the score 26-3 Cleveland. Cincinnati jumped to put together its first touchdown drive of the game, capped off by a Jeff Driskel to C.J. Uzomah touch down with 4:56 left. But for the very first time since early stages of the match, those on the Browns had to somewhat worry about within the 9.5-point disperse. Three plays later, Driskel installed with John Ross for a 3-yard touchdown to cut the lead down to 10.

On the all-important TwoPoint decide to take to, Driskel linked to Cody Core to cut the margin to eight. The match’s final possession saw Cleveland hit the Cincinnati 3-yard line, but ended with Baker Mayfield carrying three successive kneel downs to run out the clock, even a brutal finish for people on the Browns.

Final score: Browns 26, Bengals 18 (Bengals pay )


Wild Card round

Seattle Seahawks in Dallas Cowboys

It beats with play off games garnering action from bettors.

For the ones that need reminding, the key play came at the end of the first half when Seattle’s Sebastian Janikowski suffered a left hamstring injury on a 57-yard field goal effort. That could prove to be a factor in the next half. After their punter and defacto backup kicker Michael Dickson fought to earn any field aims when warming up during halftime, the Seahawks intended to select 2 weeks after touchdowns for the remaining part of the match. Meanwhile, the Cowboys took charge of the match with a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter, capped off by Dak Prescott‘s 1-yard score to set up his team 24-14 with 2:08 left. Normally, anybody who had Dallas -2.5 could be observing, however the simple fact that Seattle had to really go for just two maintained home living for Seahawks backers.

Seattle jumped to drive 75 yards in six plays and also found the end zone on the Russell Wilson to J.D. McKissic 7-yard touch down on fourth down with 1:18 left. They, of course, chosen to choose two, also so were successful in Chris Carson‘s run. The Cowboys recovered the onside kick and ran out the, but merely won by two, resulting in a half-point loss for people that bet them. Ouch.

Final score: Cowboys 24, Seahawks 2-2 (Seahawks pay )