NFL same-game parlays are all the rage. With multiple sportsbooks now offering bettors the opportunity to parlay their favorite prop and game picks, same-game parlays are taking over the betting world.
Super Bowl 58 provides the perfect canvas for bettors to unleash the full potential of same-game parlays. Whether you're a seasoned bettor or new to the game, let our 49ers vs Chiefs Super Bowl 58 same-game parlay picks help you add an extra layer of excitement to the biggest game of the year.
49ers vs Chiefs Super Bowl 58 Same-Game Parlay
|Isiah Pacheco 80+ Rushing Yards
|Isiah Pacheco Under 16.5 Receiving Yards
|Isiah Pacheco Any Time Touchdown Scorer
The San Francisco 49ers have struggled to stop the run of late. San Fran allowed Aaron Jones to rack up 108 yards on 18 carries before David Montgomery blasted through for 93 yards and a score in the NFC Championship game.
While the Niners allowed just 97 rushing yards per game this season, that number has ballooned to 147 yards over their past three contests. They also ranked just 15th by DVOA against the run this season, after finishing first and second across the last two seasons.
Also, over his six-game playoff career, Pacheco has averaged 18.7 touches and over 90 total yards. Plus, he’s scored a rushing touchdown in four consecutive playoff games. He’s averaged 21 rushing attempts per game so far this postseason. Pacheco will be a massive part of the Chiefs game plan, and needs to be the feature back for your Super Bowl 58 same-game parlay.
The former seventh-round pick has hauled in six of seven targets so far this postseason. However, those catches have yielded just 27 receiving yards. He’s crossed 18 receiving yards just twice in the last ten weeks, against the putrid Bengals and Raiders defenses. San Francisco’s allowed just 50 receiving yards total to opposing backs across their last two games, and that’s to four different backs. Aaron Jones, Emmanuel Wilson, Jahmyr Gibbs and David Montgomery have combined for nine receptions and fifty total receiving yards with only Montgomery crossing this prop line.
Andy Reid loves to run screens. But, without the vision and pass-catching chops of Jerick McKinnon, most of those looks have gone to tight ends and wide receivers. McKinnon has also been designated to return off injured reserve, and reportedly could suit up for the big game. McKinnon is the Chiefs pass-catching back of choice hauling in 25 passes for 192 yards and four scores. Bet on Pacheco to have a big game on the ground and remain an afterthought through the air in your Super Bowl 58 same-game parlay.
What Is An NFL Same-Game Parlay?
The basic concept of a same-game parlay is the same as any parlay bet. Combining two or more wagers, you can earn a higher total payout if all of the individual bets win. You can usually combine point spreads, OVER/UNDERs, moneyline bets and sometimes prop bets.
What differentiates a same-game parlay (if the name doesn’t make it obvious) is all the legs of the parlay have to be from the same game. Often, this makes the odds you're getting on the parlay slightly worse, though, as the books have to bake in an added edge when all the bets are from the same event.
How To Create Good Same-Game Parlays
The main takeaway for betting on same-game parlays is understanding the context of your bets. While most single-game bets or even standard multi-game parlays are solely reliant on you doing your research or going with your gut on isolated events, knowing how your parlay can function as a collective result is key for a same-game parlay. It's risky to bet the OVER on one team's point total while also betting on the other team to win.