- The Dallas Cowboys have gone 6-0 against the spread in the 2021 season.
- The Las Vegas Raiders beat the Denver Broncos with +155 odds.
- The Arizona Cardinals had +150 odds to beat the Cleveland Browns.
LAS VEGAS – Week 6 of the NFL season has come to an end and some eye-opening odds cashed. Some of the biggest teams that saw their odds turn a profit were the Dallas Cowboys, Las Vegas Raiders, and the Denver Broncos.
The Dallas Cowboys pushed their winning streak against the spread to six games while both the Raiders and Cardinals won their games with longer odds.
Cowboys ATS Streak Continues
The Dallas Cowboys went up against the New England Patriots in Week 6, where they came out on top with a 35-29 win. Legal online sportsbooks set the Cowboys as 3.5-point favorites going into the game which some might consider a gift being that the Patriots are 0-4 at home.
It was not an easy cover for the Cowboys as the game extended into overtime where the Cowboys scored a walk-off touchdown that put them up by six points with 3:52 left in the period.
With this win, Dallas moves to a 5-1 record on the season, and their Super Bowl odds have moved from +1400 down to +1000.
Raiders Lift Spirits With Gruden Gone
The Las Vegas Raiders haven’t had the best news surrounding them as of late with the departure of head coach, Jon Gruden. Many were quick to count out the Raiders in Week 6 against the Denver Broncos, who were expected to snap their two-game skid.
However, with +155 odds, the Raiders started off hot and stayed hot to come out with a 34-24 win. Those that bet in $100 units, would have profited $155 wagering on the Raiders.
The Raiders’ Super Bowl odds have stayed put at +6000 following their win.
Arizona Cashes As Road Team Underdogs
This one came as a surprise as the Cardinals are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL and went into the game with +150 odds.
The Cardinals finished the game exactly how some might’ve figured with a 37-14 blowout win over the Cleveland Browns and now have a 6-0 record on the season.
QB Kyler Murray led the way on offense with 229 passing yards and four touchdowns while the defense stood their ground with five sacks.
A $100 bet on the Cardinals to win would have paid out $150.
The Cardinals’ Super Bowl odds have moved from +1100 to +800.
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