Your Guide to Tuesday’s NFL RedZone Re-Air: Schedule, Week 2 Odds, Bad Beats & More
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NFL RedZone kicked off its 17-day marathon of 2019 re-airs on Monday with broadcasts airing daily at three separate times (8 a.m., 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET) on the NFL RedZone network until it reaches Week 17 on April 22.
To help you prepare for each re-air, we’ll outline the matchups, odds, results and relevant betting nuggets (including bad beats) for every given week. You’ll find our Week 2 guide below.
Tuesday’s NFL RedZone Re-Air: Week 2 Odds & Results
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Cardinals at Ravens
- Odds: Ravens -12.5; 46.5
- Result: Ravens 23, Cardinals 17
- You should know: With Baltimore coming off a 59-10 win in Miami and Arizona tying Detroit at home, it made sense that the Ravens would be heavy favorites against the Cardinals. But the 12.5-point spread turned out to be a quintessential example of a Week 1 overreaction. Arizona easily covered.
Chargers at Lions
- Odds: Chargers -1; 46.5
- Result: Lions 13, Chargers 10
- You should know: After letting Kyler Murray and the Cardinals mount an 18-point comeback to force overtime in a game that ended in a tie, the Lions were positioned as home underdogs against the Chargers. Detroit did trail, 10-6, for much of the second half until taking the lead to cover with less than eight minutes to play.
Colts at Titans
- Odds: Titans -3; 43.5
- Result: Colts 19, Titans 17
- You should know: A week after blowing out the Browns in Cleveland, the Titans got beat by the Jacoby Brissett-quarterbacked Colts in Tennessee.
49ers at Bengals
- Odds: Pick’em; 46
- Result: 49ers 41, Bengals 17
- You should know: Yes, the Super Bowl-bound 49ers were (somehow) a pick’em against a Bengals team that ended up 2-14. Guess that’s why they say hindsight is 20/20.
Jaguars at Texans
- Odds: Texans -7; 43
- Result: Texans 13, Jaguars 12
- You should know: This game is probably best remembered for the heated exchange between Jalen Ramsey and Doug Marrone that led to the cornerback’s request for a trade. He was dealt to the Rams a month later.
Vikings at Packers
- Odds: Packers -3; 43
- Result: Packers 21, Vikings 16
- You should know: After taking a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter, the Packers did not score another point for the rest of the game. But even with the Vikings adding 16 to the board, Green Bay still managed to cover.
Cowboys at Redskins
- Odds: Cowboys -7; 46.5
- Result: Cowboys 31, Redskins 21
- You should know: Unfortunately for under bettors, Washington’s garbage-time touchdown pushed this total over with 2:20 to play.
Seahawks at Steelers
- Odds: Steelers -4; 47
- Result: Seahawks 28, Steelers 26
- You should know: The 64% of spread bettors who backed the Steelers saw their pick effectively bust when Ben Roethlisberger — who suffered the first of two major quarterback injuries on this Sunday — didn’t return for the second half. Mason Rudolph did play the Seahawks close, but ultimately, the gap between he and Russell Wilson proved too much to overcome.
Bills at Giants
- Odds: Bills -1; 44.5
- Result: Bills 28, Giants 14
- You should know: This would go down as Eli Manning’s final start until Weeks 13 and 14, when he merely filled in for an injured Daniel Jones. Manning completed only 26-of-45 passes for 250 yards and two interceptions (to only one touchdown) against the Bills before getting benched for Jones in Week 3.
Patriots at Dolphins
- Odds: Patriots -18.5; 48.5
- Result: Patriots 43, Dolphins 0
- You should know: This 18.5-point spread made the Patriots the largest favorites since 2007, and still 62% of public bettors were willing to lay the points with them. That ended up turning out well for them as the Pats covered with ease. Oh, this was also the game in which Antonio Brown caught a touchdown pass from Tom Brady.
Chiefs at Raiders
- Odds: Chiefs -7.5; 53
- Result: Chiefs 28, Raiders 10
- You should know: The over seemed like a safe bet when the Chiefs and Raiders combined for 38 first-half points, but neither team scored in the second half, crushing the hopes of the 81% of public bettors who took Over 53.
Saints at Rams
- Odds: Rams -1.5; 53
- Result: Rams 27, Saints 9
- You should know: Drew Brees played only two series before a thumb injury forced him out of the game and sidelined him until Week 8. Teddy Bridgewater struggled to find the end zone in Brees’ place, with the Saints scoring all nine points via field goals.
Bears at Broncos
- Odds: Bears -3; 40.5
- Result: Bears 16, Broncos 14
- You should know: The 38% of bettors with a Broncos moneyline ticket were burned by a 53-yard, game-winning field goal for the Bears with exactly one second to play.