The Bills wide receiver set an NFL record with over 200 yards receiving and four touchdowns in Sunday’s thriller against the Chiefs — and if you were all-in on the guy, here’s how rich you are today.
In any other place and in any other time — and perhaps in several parallel universes — we would be calling Sunday’s Chiefs-Bills instant classic “The Gabriel Davis Game.” The unsung wide receiver hauled in eight catches for 201 yards and an eye-popping four touchdowns, giving Buffalo every last bit of verve he could manage.
Unfortunately, some Kansas City heroics saw the visitors come up just short.
But if you happened to be a true Gabriel Davis believer heading into the game and behaved accordingly by betting big at any number of sportsbooks, you went to bed Sunday night with an incredibly fat wallet.
Let us explain.
How Much Money Could I Have Made Betting on Gabriel Davis to Score 2+ TDs?
FanDuel odds: +1500
Bet cashed: With 1:56 to go in the third quarter
That means that even before the final period (much less overtime) had begun, those backing Davis to bag two touchdowns could have turned:
$1 into $16
$50 into $800
$100 into $1,600
That’s a hell of a way to revamp your whole live-betting outlook for the fourth quarter and overtime, eh?
How Much Money Could I Have Made Betting on Gabriel Davis to Score 3+ TDs?
FanDuel odds: +10000
Bet cashed: With 1:54 to go in the fourth quarter
If you were crazy enough to go for this one — and to be clear, it would have been utterly insane to do anything but take a wild flier on it — you’d have turned:
$1 into $101
$50 into $5,050
$100 into $10,100
That’s absolutely bananas, as anyone can see. That’s 100-to-1.
(And Davis wasn’t even done scoring.)
Just for kicks, if you had parlayed Davis to score 3+ TDs with Josh Allen OVER 51.5 rushing yards (-114), Chiefs -1.5 (-114), and OVER 53.5 total points (-115) together, you could have gotten +66340 odds and turned:
$1 into $664.40
$50 into $33,219.77
$100 into $66,439.55
How Much Money Could I Have Made Betting on Gabriel Davis to Score 4+ TDs?
At the vast majority of online sportsbooks, this is simply not a thing. It isn’t foreseeable that any player scores four times, and as a result, it’s not great business for a sportsbook even to bother offering odds.
Because every now and then, you have a Gabriel Davis Game.