The Los Angeles Rams lost 19-16 to the Cincinnati Bengals, their second consecutive defeat.
In both losses, late-game scores dramatically affected betting outcomes.
The Rams scored a late touchdown against the Bengals, resulting in a push for bettors.
A similar situation occurred in their Week 2 loss to the 49ers.
Sean McVay, the Rams' coach, claimed he was unaware of the betting implications.
The Rams' approach to reaching the end zone frustrated many fans.
They ran the ball and wasted time, including a critical sack of Matthew Stafford.
Despite the late touchdown, it had no impact on the final score.
Social media was abuzz with reactions to the unusual betting outcomes.
Jim Rome suggested McVay might be vexing Las Vegas once more.