The biggest game of the year, the 2022 Super Bowl, deserves the biggest parlay bets. So, what better way to cap off the longest NFL season than with a set of betting picks formed into a Super Bowl parlay that can pay you $1 MILLION. Taking the least popular narratives and combining them with realistic possibilities is the best way to build a longshot Super Bowl parlay. These are essentially lotto tickets, but creating a narrative that correlates with each leg is vital in building these parlay tickets. There’s also the benefit of bookending the ticket with one leg that serves as an anchor — the guaranteed leg to hit, then adding the longest leg to truly bump up the return. It’s a little easier to build if the longshot ticket correlates player prop bets and plays on the game.
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Same Game Parlay Leg 1: Over 55.5 (Alternate Total)
The current total is still low for two top-10 passing and scoring offenses, and it’s backed up some by lower passing props. There is still a lot of public belief the game will go over the current 48.5 O/U – as this leg adds value to the parlay with a reasonable extension of the total. Getting eight more points than the total on the books shouldn’t be that large of an ask, be it the two offenses putting up big plays, or simply the Rams defense causing sacks and turnovers.
The means won’t matter so much, a short field or shootout, but there’s a legit chance both teams can easily hit the 60s in total points. They certainly have the firepower.
Same Game Parlay Leg 2: Odell Beckham 110+ Yards (Alternate Rec Yards)
Matthew Stafford is going to have a hard time getting every pass to Cooper Kupp, and Odell Beckham Jr. is the perfect 1a option. Beckham comes off a nine-grab NFC Championship game where he was targeted 11 times. He’s become as close to his old self since leaving the New York Giants, all but forcing us to forget the misery in Cleveland. The Bengals are going to run out of bodies and someone is going to make a mistake on coverage, it’s the Super Bowl and these things happen.
Pushing Beckham to an alternate over 110 receiving yards gains us value on the ticket but isn’t that large of a request. Beckham could be in line for a Super Bowl MVP (+2700) type day.
Same Game Parlay Leg 3: Tee Higgins 110+ Yards (Alternate Rec Yards)
This is the same layout as the Beckham prop except for the Bengals side. Ja’Marr Chase is going to be the main focus of the Rams defense, and as we’ve recently seen, should kick open a door for Higgins to shine. The Bengals have seen Higgins top 96 yards in six of the last seven games following a win. Stats don’t tell the whole story but they certainly paint a nice picture here.
Defenses are trying to slow down Chase and think the only way to do it is let guys like Higgins or Tyler Boyd beat them. Higgins has risen to the occasion in nearly every game — hitting 100-plus yards in two of his last five, with 96 yards coming in another game.[internal_posts internaltitle="The Latest Sports Betting Content from Awesemo Odds" internalurl="https://www.awesemo.com/odds" internalcat="5511"]
Same Game Parlay Leg 4: Rams D/ST Anytime TD
It’s not hard to see a scenario play out where Joe Burrow is throwing the football. The Bengals don’t get up without Burrow tossing it a bunch. If Cincy finds themselves down in the second half, then expect them to ramp it up even more. Every single time Burrow drops back he leaves himself open for a sack or strip. The amount of pressure expected from the Rams defense should bring on a smile from David Bowie, possibly Vanilla Ice. The Bengals offensive line gives up sacks to strong defensive fronts, and the Rams have one of the best units the Super Bowl has ever seen.
The Rams are going to be in a huge position to tee-off on Burrow once a strong lead is established. LA has won the first quarter in five of six home games and is the first to 20 points in nine straight games. Tough to mount any comeback against this team when the QB is staring at the sky.
Same Game Parlay Leg 5: Chris Evans Anytime TD
Well… here is where it gets a little crazy but the ticket still has some correlation from reasonable leg to long long shot like this one. Chris Evans is not an integral part of anything for the Bengals, but he’s seen action. The only thing needed in adding a super long shot leg to any parlay is action — or volume — validating the play. Evans saw a carry against the Titans and the week before against the Raiders. Yes, it’s just two total carries in three playoff games, but he’s been out there for at least one – which gives this a shred of possibility.
Do the names Laurence Mahoney, Pierre Garcon, Brandon LaFell, or Malik Jackson ring a bell? They are all far from household names and scored in the Super Bowl – all first TDs. Take it back further to LJ Smith or Howard Griffith – also first TD scorers. This prop isn’t even asking Evans to score first — just find a way to get in the end zone. The details won’t matter as he crosses the goal line, as this is easily the biggest ask on the board.
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