When the 14-leg bet is won by Christian McCaffrey TD, Bettor wins almost $500,000.

When the 14-leg bet is won by Christian McCaffrey TD, Bettor wins almost $500,000.

A bettor on DraftKings won about $500,000 after a 14-leg NFL touchdown scorer spread was settled thanks to Christian McCaffrey’s touchdown to the second quarter of the 49ers’ Christmas game against the Ravens.

They had already scored scores from Najee Harris, Gabriel Davis, Jahmyr Gibbs, DK Metcalf, Jerome Ford, Chris Rodriguez Jr., Jonathan Taylor, Calvin Ridley, James Conner, Raheem Mostert, Javonte Williams, Isiah Pacheco, and D’Andre Swift before Monday night’s game.

The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 33–19 on Monday night in Santa Clara, California. Lamar Jackson tossed for 252 yards and two scores in the third quarter, and the Ravens picked off 49ers quarterback Brooks Purdy four times.

In a game between two of the best teams across their conferences, Baltimore (12-3) came in as a 6 1/2-point loser, but they got over a slow start.

Jackson clearly beat Purdy in a game between two quarterbacks who many people think are the best options for Most Important Player.

Jackson made 23 out of 35 passes and led to touchdowns of 6 yards to Nelson Agholor and 9 yards to Zay Flowers in the first 18 seconds of the third quarter. This turned a four-point game into a rout.

The Ravens’ fourth pick of Purdy was picked off by Patrick Queen, who returned it 21 yards towards the San Francisco 9-yard line. That was his first play after the pick.

Later in the quarter, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker added his fourth field goal of the game, this one from 24 yards out.

Because of this, Baltimore can win the AFC North or the top spot in the conference on Sunday by beating the Miami Dolphins at home.

Purdy completed 18 out of 32 passes, gaining 255 yards. He left during a score drive in the fourth quarter because of a pain in his neck.

After taking over, Sam Darnold threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Ronnie Bell to end the drive. However, Darnold later threw the team’s fifth turnover of the night.

Christian McCaffrey ran 14 times for 103 yards and a score, but it wasn’t enough to keep San Francisco from losing, 11-4.

While the 49ers have lost their last two games, they can still win the two remaining games and take the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs.

Jackson was called for intentional grounding within the end zone, giving San Francisco a 5-0 lead in the first quarter. Jake Moody then kicked a 45-yard field goal to make it 7-0.

Tucker made three field goals for the Ravens in response, and Gus Edwards scored a touchdown on a run of one yard, giving the Ravens a 16–12 lead at halftime.

Arizona has played a lot of games this season, so it might surprise you that the under has won more often compared with the over (6-4).

After all else, the Wildcats are ranked in the top 10 in offense by KenPom, EvanMiya, and Torvik, and they play the fastest of any power school.

But the books have changed their minds and are now listing huge odds, like they did this week as Arizona played Alabama (176.5). The Cats won that game 87–74, which makes it likely that the people will get a fair score in this one.

There could have been a lot of fouls and free points in the last 90 seconds if Alabama had made a few more three-pointers.

This would have brought the score into the 170s. But the ones bricks have given us a holiday present in the form of this low sum.

Even though FAU plays much more slowly than Arizona (138th vs. fifth), they can still be swayed into an up-and-down game.

The Owls have scored more than 83 points in seven in their last eight games. At the Jimmy V Classic, they lost a very close game to Illinois 98–89.

There is proof that Dusty May’s team will choose to run as well as gun when they play a big team that wants to speed things up.

And since FAU is so good at shooting, having more opportunities means more points.

The Owls are ninth in the country in terms of how well they shoot, and center Johnell Davis can really heat up from long range (48%) like he did earlier this season when he scored 26 points in a row against Texas A&M.

When it comes to Arizona, I’m glad to see that it is still capable of scoring 80+ points even when it misses three-point shots. Of the five starts, all five score more than 12 points per game.

That’s because Caleb Love has been getting to the line a lot (14 of 14 in his last two games), and Tommy Lloyd’s system pushes players to shoot mid-range jump shots when they’re open.