This DeVonta Smith bad beat on the last snap of Monday Night Football will make you lose your breakfast
Welp, it’s official. The 1972 Dolphins can celebrate once again. On Monday night, the Washington Commanders took down the Philadelphia Eagles 32-21, putting an end to their undefeated start. Taylor Heinicke balled out, washing down the win in Commanders coach after the game with a Busch Light and some bling, but by far the most painful moment for Birds fans (and Devonta Smith receiving yards over bettors) came on the game’s final snap when a hook-and-lateral ruse ended with the Commanders waltzing into the end zone for a garbage-time touchdown.
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The suddenly crooked final score was tough enough to stomach, but to make matters even worse, the play sealed arguably the sickest bad beat of the NFL season thus far, as gruesomely explained below:
Absolutely heinous stuff. It was a tough night across the board for bettors, many of whom were probably Birds backers, but this? Well, this takes the shit cake. How many parlays died right here, inches from the finish line, hands reaching toward glory? We'll have to wait for forensics to check the dental records. In the meantime, there is some good news:
There’s plenty of MACtion on the slate tonight. You won’t have to wait long to get back up on that horse.