With the Buffalo Bills driving toward a field goal attempt that could have won Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, wideout Isaiah McKenzie caught a pass and tried to elude several Dolphins defenders in a desperate attempt to reach the sidelines.
The Dolphins corralled McKenzie in-bounds, however, sending the clock to zero before the Bills could run another play. Buffalo’s first defeat of the season sent Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey into a rage, slamming his headset, cap, and notebook in succession onto a press box table.
My favorite part of the epic Ken Dorsey meltdown/tantrum yesterday was how *NONE* of the other #Bills coaches in the booth tried to calm him down – They didn’t even look up 😂 pic.twitter.com/C40CevRIw9
— Jersey Fresh Tommy (@JerseyFreshest) September 26, 2022
Now, the Super Bowl favorite Bills will look to rebound in a highly anticipated Week 4 showdown against the Ravens. FanDuel lists the points total at over/under 51.5, expecting the teams to light up the scoreboard on Sunday in Baltimore. It’s the highest total of all 16 matchups in Week 4 and the only one pegged to eclipse 50 in overall points.
Through three weeks, both teams rank in the top three league-wide in scoring, with each averaging more than 30 points per game. For the intriguing matchup between Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson, new users at FanDuel Sportsbook will be able to capitalize on a $1K No Sweat First Bet offer.
FanDuel, a leader in the U.S. sports betting industry, has a commanding online sports wagering market share across the nation. Within a span of several years, the company has emerged as one of the top mobile sportsbooks in the business. FanDuel’s mobile sports betting app receives high marks for ease of use and provides a fan-friendly experience for any sports bettor.
With an attractive welcome bonus, users can whet their betting appetite with FanDuel’s expansive betting menu on NFL Sundays.
FanDuel’s $1K No Sweat First Bet
FanDuel’s $1K No Sweat First Bet allows customers to risk up to $1,000 on their initial bet. If the bet is not declared a winner, FanDuel will refund the bettor in full with free bet credits.
Here we will discuss the intricacies of the welcome offer and other critical details that you need to know before signing up at FanDuel Sportsbook.
Terms and Conditions
New users of FanDuel Sportsbook should take the following steps to receive your $1K No Sweat First Bet:
Visit FanDuel Sportsbook and create an account using this link, or another link in this article.
FanDuel allows you to deposit anywhere from $10 to $1,000. You can also deposit more than $1,000 for your first wager, but your initial bet credits will not exceed $1,000.
Make your first bet on any market for Sunday’s slate of NFL games
Before you fire up your FanDuel mobile sports betting app, we’ll review how the welcome offer works.
Details of the ‘No Sweat First Bet’
Let’s take a look at some of the other details you need to know before establishing an account with FanDuel.
Instead of betting the full $1,000 on your initial wager, FanDuel gives you the option of wagering a lower amount. Let’s say you place $100 on the Bills -3 at -110 odds. With those odds, you stand to potentially get a return of $190.91 ($100 bet + $90.91 in winnings). A successful start on Sunday allows you to nearly double your bankroll.
Another chance if you suffer a loss
Bad beats happen occasionally, as do outright losses against the spread. If you happen to lose on Sunday, this is where the “no sweat” portion of the offer kicks in. Following the loss, FanDuel will match your stake in free bet credits. The amount will be available in free sportsbook credits that you can use at FanDuel for an opportunity to win real cash.
Under the prior $100 wager described, if the Bills do not cover, FanDuel will place $100 in free credits into your account. Or if you decide instead to wager $500 on Allen and the Bills, your account will receive free credits of $500 if the Ravens prevail with the spread. The free site credits can be used on any of FanDuel’s offerings on its online sportsbook. The sportsbook will match your initial wager up to $1,000.
Remember, when you place a wager with a bet made in free credits, you will not receive your initial stake back in winnings.
Eligible players must be at least 21 years old to play on FanDuel Sportsbook. Full T&C apply.
Bills at Ravens Preview
FanDuel Sportsbook Odds: Bills -3
Over/Under on FanDuel Sportsbook: 51.5 points (over -105/under -115)
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Through three games, Allen led the NFL in passing yards with 1,014 (338 yards per game), far outdistancing Tua Tagovailoa, the next closest quarterback, by more than 75 yards. FanDuel has set the total on Allen at 286.5 passing yards for Sunday’s matchup. There is equal juice on both sides at -113.
Allen entered the week with odds of +350 at FanDuel to finish the season with the most passing yards in the league, ahead of Justin Herbert and Patrick Mahomes, at +450 and +550, respectively. Over the first three weeks, the Ravens allowed a league-high 1,060 passing yards (353.3 ypg), including 469 yards to Tagovailoa in a Week 2 loss to the Dolphins.
Keep an eye on Stefon Diggs, Allen’s top target, as well as Mark Andrews, who scored two touchdowns for the Ravens in a Week 3 win over the Patriots. Diggs entered Week 4 with a league-high 344 receiving yards (114.7 ypg) after topping the 120-yard threshold in two of three games. Andrews has averaged 96.5 yards in his last two games, recording touchdowns in both. A prop bet at FanDuel will pay +150 if Diggs and Andrews finish with at least 200 receiving yards combined.
Stefon Diggs leads the NFL in receiving yards and TDs and is 2nd in receptions.
Here he is practicing one-handed catches on deep balls from the jugs machine.#Bills pic.twitter.com/CJHibcpEJ4
— Jon Scott (@JonScottTV) September 29, 2022
Although Jackson has not been as prolific as Allen through the air, he has made up for it on the ground. Entering Week 4, Jackson ranked third in the AFC in rushing yards with 243 (81 ypg) on a whopping 9.3 yards per carry. FanDuel’s over/under on Jackson’s rushing yards Sunday is 54.5 (-113 both ways).
Use your No Sweat First Bet on any sport
FanDuel’s $1K No Sweat First Bet extends past the Bills-Ravens matchup. If you don’t use the promotion on Bills-Ravens, there is a bevy of other markets to use it on. The weekend slate includes NCAA college football, MLB baseball pennant races, NASCAR, and Formula 1, as well as futures on the NBA and the NHL.
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