When Dalton Schultz of the Dallas Cowboys scored the opening touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday afternoon, a sports bettor who had wagered $5 on a very difficult parlay spanning all four NFL divisional playoff games emerged with a spectacular triumph that changed his life.

The first touchdown scorer in each of the four divisional playoff games this past weekend received a $5 bet from bettor Cameron Craig. He picked Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce to score the opening touchdown in the Jaguars-Chiefs game, and Kelce delivered with an 8-yard TD reception in the opening frame.

Dallas Goedert of the Philadelphia Eagles, who was involved in the second leg of the wager, caught a touchdown pass from 16 yards out to start the scoring in that contest.

The wager on the third game, which featured the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills, paid off when wideout Ja’Marr Chase scored a 28-yard touchdown throw from Joe Burrow on the opening drive of the contest.

The San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys played in the final leg of the parlay. Craig had the option to cash out and accept a payout of $1,400, but he bit his lip and decided to stick with his wager. Dalton Schultz, a tight end for the Cowboys, had to score the first touchdown for him.

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Schultz grabbed a 4-yard touchdown pass from Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott after witnessing the 49ers take the lead on a Robbie Gould field goal from 26 yards out.

The anxious Craig observed the play develop and was foresighted enough to record the occasion on film. Craig and his family rejoiced in victory as Prescott’s pass found Schultz and the Cowboys tight end completed the grab, earning him $72,795.

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