Bettors Are Furious With Jarrett Stidham After Patriots QB’s Costly Interception


Jarrett Stidham failed to see the field in the Patriots’ first two games of the season despite New England owning insurmountable leads.

The rookie quarterback finally made his regular-season debut in Week 3, and he managed to wreak havoc in the gambling world despite only playing one series.

The Patriots, who were heavy favorites at home against the New York Jets, turned to Stidham in the fourth quarter with a 30-7 lead. Unfortunately for bettors who took the Patriots at -21, Stidham’s first “touchdown pass” of his career went to the other team, as Jets safety Jamal Adams returned an interception for a score, trimming New York’s deficit to 30-14. New England proceeded to put Tom Brady back in the game and run out the clock, completing the visitors’ back-door cover.

Victims of the bad beat unsurprisingly aired out their frustrations on Twitter.

On the bright side for Stidham, it only can go up from here.

(We’d advise the Auburn product not to test that theory.)

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