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For Thursday Night Football, Matt O'Leary takes a look at a three-leg same-game parlay for the Arizona Cardinals vs Green Bay Packers matchup.

Arizona Cardinals vs Green Bay Packers TNF Same-Game Parlay: Ride The Arizona Offense

This game was shaping up to be an epic Thursday night matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers. Unfortunately, both Davante Adams and Allen Lazard landed on the COVID-19 list so the likelihood of the Packers ending the Cardinals win streak seems unlikely.

Arizona comes into the contest as the only unbeaten team in the NFL and features both a top-five offense and top-five defense in points. It was a tough task to begin with but now having to go on the road and beat this team without your top-three receivers sounds unlikely.

For Thursday Night Football, let’s take a look at a same-game parlay that could return you +170 value.


Leg 1: Arizona Cardinals Over 2.5 touchdowns

Arizona features the fourth-best scoring offense in the NFL. On a touchdowns per-game basis, they average the third-most in the NFL coming in at 3.9, and over their last three games, they come in at 3.3. They only scored less than 30 points once this year and that came in a Week 5 matchup over San Francisco where they won 17-10.

Green Bay has a good defense, ranking seventh in points and they’ve held three of their last four opponents under 20 points but look at some of those offenses they beat up on. Washington, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Detroit are the only teams they held under 20 points this season. With all due respect to the Packers’ defense, they face by far their toughest task of the season.

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Leg 2: Kyler Murray over 254.5 Passing Yards

In all but two games this season, Kyle Murray has cleared the number. The only two times he didn’t were in that 17-10 win over San Francisco and then in the blowout win over Cleveland, they stopped throwing the ball so he came in at a season-low 229 yards. Considering that this game should be relatively close, I’d imagine that Murray won’t have any issue getting into the 260+ range.

On average this year, Green Bay is allowing just 210.6 passing yards per game which is sixth-best in the NFL but once again, you have to dig a little deeper here. The number is a little skewed because Justin Fields threw for 174 and Jameis Winston hit 148 in Week 1. Green Bay did just let Taylor Heinecke go for 268 in their last game so maybe take that 210.6 number with a grain of salt.

Leg 3: Cardinals -2.5

Yes, I’m using an alternate spread here. If you want to go for it at 6.5 you can get a +240 return with the other two props included. I want to make this as foolproof as possible. All Arizona has to do is win by a field goal to cover with this alternate spread. Something about Aaron Rodgers getting 6.5 points makes me uncomfy.

If I had to pick this game at the 6.5 mark, I’m likely still going Arizona but the confidence level isn’t nearly high enough for this to be the one I risk the parlay on. Although, with my luck, it’ll be a repeat of Week 2 against Minnesota and Arizona will win 34-33.

Arizona Cardinals vs Green Bay Packers Pick

3-leg same-game parlay +170 (Bet $100 to win $170)

Cardinals OVER 2.5 touchdowns

Kyler Murray OVER 254.5 passing yards

Cardinals -2.5

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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