Super Bowl 56 Same-Game Parlays: Rams All the Way

Feb 04, 2022
Super Bowl 56 Same-Game Parlays: Rams All the Way

One last game remains on the NFL calendar for this season: Rams vs. Bengals in Super Bowl LVI. While the Super Bowl is the biggest sports gambling event of the year, it can be an intimidating one to bet on—especially for new sports bettors. From your traditional total receptions or total yards props to Gatorade showers, the coin toss and the National Anthem, you can bet on just about anything and everything that goes on in the Super Bowl. Same-game parlays can be the most fun way to track multiple props and also maximize your winnings without having to make giant risks on any individual props or bets. Below you will find some same-game parlays I'm putting together on DraftKings for the Super Bowl.

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What is a Same-Game Parlay?

A Same-Game parlay is when a bettor predicts more than one outcome to hit in a single game. For example, If you think the Bengals will win and Joe Burrow will throw for 250 yards or more, you can group those bets together in a parlay to give yourself a better payout if they hit.

Best Super Bowl 56 Same-Game Parlay

Cooper Kupp Anytime TD + Odell Beckham Jr. Over 49.5 Receiving Yards + Los Angeles Rams Moneyline

Cooper Kupp is the best wide receiver in football this season, and it's not close. He became just the fourth Triple Crown WR in NFL history this season by having the most receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. He has scored touchdowns in eight of his last nine games, with a total of 10 in that span. Odell Beckham Jr. is an ideal complement and has been the best second option in football throughout the playoffs. He's gone over the 49.5-yard mark in all three playoff games this postseason. I think both of these receivers will continue to have great performances in the Super Bowl. If I expect those two to play really well, I think the Bengals will have a tough time keeping up with the Rams offensively, which means I think the Rams win the game. Maybe not by the 4.5 points they are favored by, but if those two go off, the Rams should win, so let's add Rams Moneyline into the parlay.

Parlay Odds: +205 (DraftKings)

Super Bowl 56 Longshot Same-Game Parlay

Below are seven picks I've correlated for a longshot same-game parlay on DraftKings.

Joe Mixon Under 69.5 Rush Yards

Joe Mixon has undoubtedly been a major factor in the Bengals' success offensively down the stretch of the season and in the playoffs. Since Week 13, though, Mixon has only gone over this line twice. Once in a blowout win over Baltimore where he went over by just 1.5 yards and then again in the AFC Championship game (and overtime). Mixon is still a huge part of the Bengals' offense, but he's starting to get more involved in the passing game. With a Bengals offensive line with holes and a Rams defensive line that's as good as any in football, I think Mixon goes under this 63.5 mark.

Odell Beckham Jr. Over 4 Receptions

Matthew Stafford has leaned more and more on his top two targets—Cooper Kupp and Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham has gone over or hit the four-reception mark in all three playoff games, including a season-high nine receptions in the NFC Championship game. He had six receptions in the Divisional Round win over Tampa, and he pushed the four catches mark in the Super Wild Card Round against Arizona. That latter game was over fairly early and the Rams didn't need to throw much. Look for Stafford to continue to lean heavily on his top targets against the Bengals.

Cooper Kupp Over 90 Receiving Yards

Cooper Kupp might not be just the best receiver in football, but he's making an argument to be the most dangerous player in the NFL. Teams just can't stop him, no matter how much they tailor a defensive gameplan to shutting him down. Since Week 13, Kupp has gone over the 100-yard mark all but twice. He's only gone under 90 yards twice all season! His target total is usually in the double digits and he's one of the most efficient pass-catchers in football. I love this prop.

Los Angeles Rams to Record 4+ Sacks

It's no secret the Bengals' offensive line has struggled to keep Joe Burrow upright. They performed better against Kansas City, allowing just one sack, but prior to that, they gave up nine to Tennessee in the Divisional Round. The Rams' defensive line is going to be as tough of a test as this limited offensive line has faced. With Von Miller looking like his 2016 seld, Aaron Donald being his dominant self and Leonard Floyd playing the best football of his young career, I think they'll be able to give Joe Burrow problems in the pocket early and often.

First Quarter Under 10.5 Points

Super Bowls historically start slow. The Bengals have started slow in their last two playoff games. The Rams struggled mightily in their last Super Bowl appearance, scoring just three points total. They also had trouble getting things going in the NFC Championship game. It's the first Super Bowl for a whole lot of these players, and most importantly, the two quarterbacks. While I think both of them will play well, a slower start with a feeling out process wouldn't surprise me.

Tyler Boyd Anytime TD

The Bengals have a bunch of weapons on offense for teams to be concerned about. Ja'Marr Chase has established himself as a top wide receiver in football. Tee Higgins has become the perfect Robin to Chase's Batman. Tyler Boyd has been with Cincinnati for a long time, through a lot of the bad years. With how good Chase and Higgins have played, it's easy for Boyd to get lost in the shuffle by opposing defenses, which equals fortunate matchups for him. Boyd has scored four touchdowns in his last six games and I very much expect him to get red-zone looks again.

Matthew Stafford 2+ Passing TDs

Ultimately, the reason the Rams have gotten here is the emergence of Matthew Stafford as a star quarterback. They've done a great job of surrounding him with weapons, but they did the same with Jared Goff and that didn't really accomplish much other than a 3-point Super Bowl effort. The Rams know they're here because of Stafford and they'll win or lose on his back. Stafford has thrown for two-plus touchdowns in each of the last five games, and with a fully healthy receiving corps, that trend should continue.

Parlay Odds: +3500 (DraftKings)

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