SNF Same-Game Parlay: Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday Night Football Same Game Parlay picks for Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers. Don't miss this Week 6 Same Game Parlay
Brian Good
Sat, October 16, 1:22 PM EDT

SNF Same-Game Parlay: Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

We fell a Baltimore halftime lead short of hitting our Same Game Parlay on Monday night. So, I’m back for Sunday Night Football to see if we can close it out. Seahawks vs. Steelers is going to be an ugly one. Geno Smith is taking over for an injured Russell Wilson, and, with How Ben Roethlisberger has played of late, Smith is probably the best QB in this game.

I have three bets I want to make on this game. So, rather than betting them as singles, I’ve come up with a Sunday Night Football Sae Game Parlay to try and hit a big one. It’s been a while since we’ve seen what a Seahawks team looks like without Wilson under center. How will they fare? Let’s take a look at some Seahawks vs. Steelers Same Game Parlay picks.

Same Game Parlay Picks

3-Leg Same Game Parlay @ +740 - $50 Wager Wins $370.07

Alex Collins Anytime TD @ +145

I went over this in my anytime TD picks. But, how can you not back Alex Collins at plus odds? The Seahawks absolutely cannot drop Geno Smith back a bunch of times on Sunday Night Football. The Steelers are too good of a pass-rushing team and Geno Smith isn’t good enough to rely on in this type of situation.

I think we’re going to get a lot of rushes from both team, but Najee Harris’ odds are so short that there is no reason to back him. Instead, Collins looks to be the play. There is no reason Collins shouldn’t get close to 20 carries against the Steelers, he got 15 last week with Russell Wilson at QB. The Seahawks won’t score a bunch of TDs, but Collins should find pay dirt on Sunday night.

Dionte Johnson Over 63.5 Receiving Yards @ -114

Another Same Game Parlay bet that I’m making based on who isn’t on the field instead of who is. Johnson is a certified stud, and should be even more of a focal point in this Pittsburgh offense with JuJu Smith-Schuster out for the year.

Dionte Johnson has finished with 70+ receiving yards in three of the four games he played this season. The only time he didn’t surpass the 70-yard mark came in Week 1. I know that Pittsburgh is focussing more on running the ball through Najee Harris, whether that be on the ground or through the air, but Johnson should easily hit this number.

It’s been relatively easy to throw the ball against Seattle. They average the second-most passing yards against per game in the league. Roethlisberger is struggling, but it shouldn’t matter against Seattle.

Geno Smith Under 222.5 Passing Yards @ -114

I’m not sure I really have to explain this one past what I already have. But, Geno Smith is not going to be airing it out a lot on Sunday Night Football. The Seahawks are going to try and turn back the clock and play a slow pace while controlling the time of possession. Is it an antiquated way to play the game? Sure. But, it also may be the only shot the Seahawks have at winning.

Not only can they not stop the pass, but they can’t score a lot of points. So, expect Geno Smith to be handing the ball off a lot. I also thought about the under in this spot

SNF Same-Game Parlay Picks: Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Alex Collins Anytime TD @ +145

Dionte Johnson Over 63.5 Receiving Yards @ -114

Geno Smith Under 222.5 Passing Yards @ -114

Brian Good
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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for the all things sports gambling.
Sep 2021
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