Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season brings a Monday Night Football doubleheader in which three of the four teams involved are looking to start off their seasons 2-0. Caesars Sportsbook is offering new customers a risk-free first bet worth as much as $1,250 for those who sign up using the Caesars promo code LEGALFULL.
Caesars promo code for Monday Night Football Week 2
For bettors considering trying out Caesars Sportsbook, here’s how the welcome promo works: Download the app, use the Caesars promo code LEGALFULL to complete your account registration and then make an initial deposit of no less than $10.
You can pick either Monday night game for your first bet at Caesars, and you can choose any individual bet within those contests. You’re also free to decide how much you want to risk on your first Caesars wager. Caesars will provide insurance for that initial bet up to $1,250.
Should you bet on the Minnesota Vikings to get a victory, for example, but the Philadelphia Eagles win, Caesars will give you a free bet equal to the value of your wager, up to the maximum of the offer. If you win your first wager, though, you’ll get your payout according to the odds on your bet slip.
Monday Night Football schedule for Week 2
Both times are Eastern.
- Tennessee Titans at Buffalo Bills, 7:15 p.m.
- Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:30 p.m.
Caesars Sportsbook Monday Night Football game previews
Buffalo is coming off a convincing statement win over the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams on the road and has had almost two weeks to prepare. Tennessee, however, couldn’t connect on what would have been a game-winning field goal at home on Sunday in Week 1.
That’s part of why Caesars has the Bills as comfortable 10-point favorites in this contest. MVP candidate Josh Allen likely has a lot to do with that, as well, as he’ll again be under center for Buffalo in Week 2. If he’s on, he could help this game eclipse Caesars’ total of 47.5.
In the late game, the total is even higher at 49, but the spread is far smaller at just two points, favoring Philadelphia. Minnesota looked an impressive team in Week 1, as Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins looked efficient and connected well with receiver Justin Jefferson.
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts had a respectable Week 1 performance as well, though, especially in the run game. This game could come down to which defense is able to force the opposing quarterback into a few timely mistakes.