Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Same-Game Parlay: Tight End Frenzy

Player Prop Specialist John Hyslop is here with a same-game parlay to bet for the Week 13 matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens.
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Sat, December 4, 5:49 PM EST | 4 min read
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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Same-Game Parlay: Tight End Frenzy

The pinnacle of the entertainment world is sports betting. This cannot be debated. It's a scientific fact. The apex predator of this world is the same game parlays. It's the top of the food chain in the entertainment world. You versus the books for elevated odds. It's glorious. I like to hit them with a nice two-piece. Take two players from each team, then sit back and watch the magic happen. On DraftKings, we can even lower the bar for our guys, which is even more fun. Here's what I have for the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday.

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Same-Game Parlay Breakdown (+150)

Lines available at DraftKings at time of publishing.

Mark Andrews 45+ receiving yards

I thought I needed a sobriety test when I saw this line because it makes no sense. Of course, Mark Andrews is going to have more than 45 receiving yards Sunday. He's done that in nine of his last ten games. The time he didn't do it was when he only went for 44 against the Minnesota Vikings. Over the previous four weeks, the guy has been targeted ten times in three of those weeks. He's getting the action. The Steelers aren't bad against the tight end position, but they aren't great either. Donald Parham, Tre' McKitty, and Jared Cook just combined for an 8-73 line against them a couple of weeks ago. We also saw Cole Kmet hang a six for 87 line against them. Andrews should have this by halftime.

Pat Freiermuth 4+ receptions

Let's just go full tight end on the books in this one. The Ravens have one, but the Steelers have one of their own that is borderline coming along. He's a rookie, but I'm not going to hold that against him. It's not his fault he was born in 1998. He legit had no control over it. What I like most about this kid is he has caught at least four passes in each of his last six games. Freiermuth has seen 40 targets in that six-game span which is likely to continue Sunday. Only four teams in the NFL have seen opposing tight ends catch more passes against them this season than Baltimore. So it won't matter whether the Steelers play from ahead or behind. Freiermuth will catch at least four passes Sunday.

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John Hyslop
@sloprules

John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.

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