- Various wagers on the New England Patriots/Baltimore Ravens Sunday Night Football game cashed in during the first half of the game.
- More bets are still open going into the second half, with the score at halftime being 13-10, New England.
BALTIMORE – Sunday Night Football saw the Baltimore Ravens (6-2) travel to Foxborough to take on the New England Patriots (3-5) and plenty of wagers cashed in by the half.
The matchup had the 2015 NFL MVP Cam Newton, the quarterback for the Patriots and former Heisman Trophy winner play against Lamar Jackson, the quarterback for the Ravens who was the NFL MVP in 2019 and also a Heisman Trophy winner.
These two players seem to both be evenly matched to lead their teams to victory. There were a number of prop bets posted on sportsbooks that either hit or missed by the second half of the game and here’s where they stood.
First Half Props That Cashed
The Sunday Night Football prop betting lines were endless for the big Sunday night showdown between the two teams.
- A touchdown being the method used for a first score wager hit with odds of (-180).
- WR Willie Snead (+1200) scored first for the Baltimore Ravens in the first quarter of the game.
- RB Rex Burkhead hit +600 odds when he answered back to score the first touchdown for the New England Patriots.
Burkhead had only three touchdowns for the season going into this game but scored two in the first half. This unexpected bet came with +2000 odds.
Other lines that cashed out in the first half of Sunday’s NFL game through wagers with sportsbooks like Bovada were gamblers that bet on the Under for the Patriots’ total points in the first quarter set at 0.5 (-145) and the Under 3.5 for the Ravens which was set at EVEN.
- The New England +1.5 (-115) and under 7.5 (-110) for the first quarter bet paid off to sports bettors that took it.
- The prop bet for the longest reception for New England at Over 9.5 (-120) with TE Ryan Izzo paid out in the second quarter.
Izzo has had nine completed receptions in the last eight games. Another Izzo wager for Total Receiving Yards Over +13.5 (+110) won money for NFL gamblers that chose that bet.
Second Half Is Up Next
Tons of prop bets had lines for this matchup on sportsbooks that did not yet come to a result for fans watching and gambling on the game for the first half.
Given the very different records for the teams’ in 2020, this game has been a lot closer than most legal sports betting apps would have guessed. Both teams went to the locker room with a score of 13-10 New England, the underdog in this matchup by three.
Christina has been writing for as long as she can remember and does dedicated research on the newly regulated sports betting market. She comes from a family of sports lovers that engage in friendly bets from time to time. During the winter months, you can find Christina baking cookies and beating the entire staff at Mario Kart…the N64 version of course.