Considering that it is the biggest sports betting event on the annual calendar, the Super Bowl needs no special introduction. This year’s pinnacle NFL game does present bettors with a bit of a wrinkle thanks to the fact that two new teams will be battling for the Lombardi Trophy. The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals are both relatively fresh faces when it comes to the Super Bowl stage. While the increased degree of unfamiliarity can prove tricky for handicapping, there are still plenty of worthwhile Super Bowl betting picks and same-game parlay options to consider.
2022 Super Bowl Picks Parlays: Bengals Same Game Parlay Bets
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Note: This Cincinnati Bengals same-game parlay was constructed using the odds and lines at BetRivers Sportsbook.
Ja’Marr Chase Over 79.5 Yards Receiving
After his record-setting inaugural NFL campaign that saw him walk away with Offensive Rookie of the Year honors, Ja’Marr Chase will aim to cap it all off with a memorable Super Bowl performance. OddsShopper currently shows various Super Bowl player props totals when it comes to Chase’s receiving yards in the Big Game. While many sportsbooks list this line at 78.5, the prop total of 79.5 at BetRivers is lower than the highest listing in the market. Awesemo projects Chase to finish with exactly 86.87 receiving yards in the Super Bowl and favors playing over on this NFL props offering.
Since Christmas, Chase has crushed the NFL betting yardage total in four of the Bengals’ six games during that span. Of course, one of those games included his record-setting 266-yard effort in Week 17. However, Chase has largely maintained his stellar play throughout Cincy’s playoff run as well. He had over 100 yards in both the wild Card and Divisional Rounds before finishing with 54 in the AFC Championship Game. On the bright side, Joe Burrow was still able to connect with him six different times in that matchup. Given how frequent the Bengals target Chase on deep routes, he is capable of surpassing this NFL player props line on only a handful of receptions.
Tyler Boyd Over 42.5 Yards Receiving
Another Bengals pass-catcher that Awesemo’s projections are bullish on in the Super Bowl is veteran Tyler Boyd. After operating as the leading receiver in Cincinnati over the last few seasons, Boyd has taken a back seat to youngsters Chase and Tee Higgins this season. While he has not topped 36 receiving yards in any of his last four games played, Boyd has still been involved in the game plan. He finished with four receptions in three of those last four games. Thus, his reception numbers have not dwindled from the back-half of the regular season when Boyd was sailing over the NFL player props line of 42.5 regularly. As a result, there is a case to be made that he will turn in a solid yardage performance in Super Bowl LVI.
Bettors should be aware that OddsShopper lists other NFL betting sportsbooks listing Boyd’s receiving yardage prop as high as 45.5. Fortunately, we are able to obtain the lowest total available for inclusion in our BetRivers same-game parlay. Awesemo’s exact projection pegs Boyd for 50.09 yards in the Super Bowl. The resulting win probability for this over prediction is set at 55%.[internal_posts internaltitle="The Latest Sports Betting Content from Awesemo Odds" internalurl="https://www.awesemo.com/odds" internalcat="5511"]
Joe Burrow Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns
We round out our Super Bowl same-game parlay picks with another contrarian under play, this time focused on Bengals QB Joe Burrow. The second-year pro has recorded multiple touchdown passes in four of the last five games. He also has thrown for at least two scores in 13 of 20 games on the season overall. The result was Burrow winning the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. However, few defenses have the kind of star talent at all three levels that the Rams do. Where Burrow and the Bengals offense could run into particular trouble is when it comes to handling Los Angeles’ pass rush.
Considering that the Bengals’ NFL betting team total for the Super Bowl sits at 21.5, it’s no surprise to find that OddsShopper lists plus-money odds on Burrow to have less than 1.5 TD passes across the market. While some may view this prediction as nonsensical, Cincinnati could very well prove hard-pressed to score more than two touchdowns on Sunday. If only one of those is not a pass from Burrow, this Super Bowl player prop under is suddenly alive and well. From a same-game parlay standpoint, the plus-money price certainly helps to boost the payout as well. Awesmeo’s projection of 1.72 Burrow touchdown passes is low enough to give this under prediction a healthy positive ROI value.
Bengals Same-Game Parlay Super Bowl Betting Odds
Depending on which sportsbook one visits to place their Bengals same-game Super Bowl parlay, the payout odds and/or the prop lines in question are bound to vary. The same-game parlay picks above were each selected based on the lines being offered at BetRivers Sportsbook. Below is a quick breakdown of the lines and payout odds for BetRivers. Make sure to double-check the odds and lines being offered at your sportsbook of choice on OddsShopper before making your NFL betting same-game parlay picks.
- Ja’Marr Chase Over 79.5 Yards Receiving (-111)
- Tyler Boyd Over 42.5 Yards Receiving (-110)
- Joe Burrow Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (+125)
Parlay Odds: +950
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