Super Bowl LVIII odds: 2 Same Game Parlays to make you some cash on Super Sunday

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San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey celebrates after their win against the Detroit Lions in the NFC Championship NFL football game in Santa Clara, Calif., Sunday, Jan. 28, 2024.(AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Kickoff to Super Bowl LVIII is getting closer and closer by the day.

Both teams are well underway with practices in Vegas and the Media Day circus has concluded. On the betting side, we have taken a look at nearly every angle of the game so far. From specific bets on the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs to looking at star player props and long shots.

Now, it’s time to look at some same game parlays to capitalize on hidden value. 

Super Bowl LVIII Same Game Parlay #1: Anytime TD Scorers

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  • Odds: +1100
  • Legs: Christian McCaffrey anytime TD, Travis Kelce anytime TD, Isiah Pacheco anytime TD, Brandon Aiyuk anytime TD

With McCaffrey, Kelce, and Pacheco all minus money to score a touchdown, a same-game parlay with these legs is a great opportunity to add juice to those picks and add the potential for a big payday. Adding in Brandon Aiyuk, who has scored in two out of the last four games for the Niners, is the cherry on top for a receiver who should get plenty of looks in the red zone. In a game that is sure to have lots of offensive firepower, the touchdowns should be abundant and the value is plentiful.


Same Game Parlay #2: Yards, Yards, and More Yards

  • Odds: +950
  • Legs: Christian McCaffrey over 90.5 rushing yards, Patrick Mahomes under 261.5 passing yards, Patrick Mahomes over 1.5 passing TDs, Isiah Pacheco over 66.5 rushing yards  

While the 90.5 mark for McCaffrey rushing yards seems hefty, the star running back was just a yard short of that in the NFC Championship game. Before that, he had gone over the mark in six out of the last seven games for San Francisco, a sign that he is going to get the workload to hit the over on that mark. 

The last time Mahomes went over 262 passing yards was nearly a month and a half ago against the New England Patriots, that does not mean he hasn’t thrown the ball in the red zone. Mahomes has thrown for two touchdowns once already in the playoffs and on the biggest stage, you can bet he will have the ball in his hand. For Pacheco, he has gone over his 66.5 rushing yards in the last four games for Kansas City, getting at least 15 carries in each one of those games. For a Niners team that allowed 182 rushing yards to the Detroit Lions, the holes for Pacheco will be plentiful.

When you have no dog in the fight for the Super Bowl, the least you can do is root for an exciting game. Rooting for the overs and touchdowns is certainly one way to do that with the same game parlays.

Odds courtesy of DraftKings. For more, click here. 

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