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This Awesome Super Bowl 56 Parlay Pays Out $1300 On A $10 Bet

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It’s Super Bowl week and the biggest, most beautiful NFL betting board you’ll ever see for one event is just spectacular as always. There’s nothing wrong with going heavy on the point spread or total if that’s your thing, but it seems like a waste to ignore the rest of this exotic smorgasbord. Especially with legal in-state sportsbooks like DraftKings offering same-game parlays for low-risk, high-reward action.

We’re going for it with an eight-leg, same-game parlay for Super Bowl 56. The beast we’ve constructed is currently +13000 using current NFL odds, so bet $10 to win $1,310. Or bet $1 to win $131. Whatever you’re feeling.

We put some research into it because that’s always better than throwing random darts at the board on your sports betting app for these things. Here’s our bet slip and a quick rundown of each leg.

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Leg 1

Under 48.5: This is the first sub-50 total for a Super Bowl since 2018. But we like both defenses. Joe Burrow had the highest completion percentage in the NFL this season and Matt Stafford was fourth. That’ll keep the clock moving all night even if they throw a lot.

Leg 2

Odell Beckham Jr. Anytime TD: The Rams wideout gets a lot of targets and could see even more with tight end Tyler Higbee banged up. The Bengals have to focus on Cooper Kupp and Beckham could get loose at any time.

Leg 3

Matthew Stafford 35+ Passing Attempts: Sean McVay always trusted Jared Goff to throw a ton in the big games, and that was Jared Goff. We expect a lot of attempts from Stafford in this one.

Leg 4

Tee Higgins 5+ receptions: He’s had 19 targets over the past two games and you figure Jalen Ramsey will be on Ja’Marr Chase most of the night. Higgins should be a great second option for Burrow.

Leg 5

Joe Burrow 16+ rushing yards: He’s back to full strength and clearly trusts the knee he injured last season. There won’t be much time in the pocket and Burrow can scramble with the best of them when things break down in crunch time.

Leg 6

Joe Mixon 4+ receptions: You have to try to neutralize this Rams pass rush somehow. Quick screens and dump-offs to Mixon would seem like a good option and he’ll be in the backfield for pretty much every snap.

Leg 7

Cam Akers Under 65.5 rushing yards: Again, we expect Stafford to throw a lot and think it’ll be a competitive game for four quarters. Akers will probably split carries with Sony Michel and he’s only averaging 2.8 yards per carry this postseason.

Leg 8

Matthew Stafford Longest Completion 45+ yards: This Bengals secondary can give up a deep ball or two and Stafford has completed a pass of 41 yards or longer in three of the last four games.

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Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com
Dan Kilbridge
Handicapper Dan Kilbridge writes about college football, MLB and other sports for Bookies.com after spending three years covering Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA for Golfweek.