It is game day for Super Bowl 57, but bettors still have time to get in on the action. With the extensive menu of betting markets that online sportsbooks offer for the big game, there’s something for everyone, including DraftKings Super Bowl same-game parlays. They come with some additional risk, but the payday when one hits can make it worthwhile.
The following are some of what we consider the best Super Bowl same-game parlays you can find at DraftKings Sportsbook.
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What is a DraftKings Super Bowl Same Game Parlay
If you combine the right legs, same-game parlays are an excellent way for bettors to risk a little money while potentially winning significantly more. That’s why they’ve grown so much in popularity. Who doesn’t want to risk less but win more?
However, if you are not careful, they can drain your bankroll faster than Tyreek Hill running a deep comeback.
Adding legs and boosting your potential payout is a ton of fun. But keep in mind that your chances of winning go down as the odds and payout go up. So, when creating a same-game parlay, one advisable strategy involves keeping them small; rather than roll the dice on five, six, or seven-leg parlays, stick with two, three, or four legs.
The odds are still against you winning, but if you do, you still stand to win substantially more than you risk. So, let’s go over some of the best ones we could come up with:
Super Bowl Same Game Parlay (+265 Odds)
- Jalen Hurts, Anytime Touchdown Scorer +105
- Travis Kelce, Anytime Touchdown Scorer -120
Kelce is already the focal point of the Chiefs’ offense (110 receptions for 1,338 yards and 12 touchdowns). He scored at least one touchdown in seven regular season games and has scored in both of Kansas City’s playoff games. Factor in how banged up the Chiefs receivers are, and Kelce could need to carry the passing game more than usual.
As for Hurts, he is what makes the Eagles’ offense work. He’s a good enough passer that defenders have to respect that aspect of his game, but he’s also a talented runner, as he scored 13 rushing touchdowns during the regular season and one in each playoff game.
When it comes down to it, this is the Super Bowl. It’s a game in which superstars are called on to make plays. Both defenses will have a game plan to stop the other’s primary scoring threats, but it’s unlikely Kelce and Hurts get stopped; slowed down, maybe. But stopped? Don’t count on it.
A $100 wager could result in a $365 payday, your stake plus $265 in winnings.
Super Bowl Same Game Parlay (+280 odds)
- A.J. Brown Over 79.5 yards: +115
- DeVonta Smith Over 59.5 yards: -135
Brown has not played a major role in the Eagles’ offense during the playoffs. That could be because the Eagles were content to run the ball against the Giants and 49ers. But the Chiefs’ offense will put up a much better fight than New York and San Francisco. So, there will be a greater need for the passing game.
Getting tackled quickly helped keep his yardage total down against the Giants and 49ers. However, don’t count on the Chiefs’ defense doing the same. Kansas City allowed the fifth most yards after catch by wide receivers and often struggled to cover the opposing team’s No. 1 (Brown ranked No. 6 in the league in YAC).
As for Smith, he’s had 59.5+ yards in eight of his last 10 games. With his speed and elusiveness, he could certainly take advantage of the Chiefs’ generosity regarding YAC. If the Chiefs make this game competitive and the Eagles need to pass more, Smith and Brown should have big days.
A $100 wager could result in a $380 payday, your stake plus $280 in winnings.
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Super Bowl Same Game Parlay (+225 Odds)
- Travis Kelce total receptions, 7+ -190
- Travis Kelce total yards, 84.5+ +105
- Travis Kelce, Anytime Touchdown Scorer -115
Kelce had 8+ receptions in six games this season, including once in the playoffs. But with a banged-up receiver group and Super Bowl glory on the line, Mahomes will likely look to his favorite target early and often. It’s not worth going with 5+ receptions (-900). If you go with 9+, you’ll work with plus-money odds, but that’s a much riskier number.
As for his yardage total, Kelce has been a beast in the postseason averaging 86.3 ypg in 17 career playoff games and 88 yards in two Super Bowls. The Philadelphia defense hasn’t allowed a tight end to go over 79.5 yards this season, but with the volume of targets likely to come his way, Kelce will be the first.
Kelce had 12 touchdowns in the regular season and three in the playoffs. The Eagles know Mahomes will look to his favorite target in the red zone. They may stop Mahomes from connecting with Kelce in the endzone a couple of times, but for the whole game? Not likely.
A $100 wager could result in a $325 payday, your stake plus $225 in winnings