Las Vegas Raiders vs. Washington Football Team Same-Game Parlay: Ride Antonio Gibson's Volume

NFL handicapper Stuart Durst is here with a same-game parlay to bet for the Week 13 matchup between the Las Vegas Raiders vs. Washington Football Team you don't want to miss.
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Sun, December 5, 2:22 AM EST | 4 min read
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Las Vegas Raiders vs. Washington Football Team Same-Game Parlay: Ride Antonio Gibson's Volume

Who doesn't love a Same-Game Parlay?! While betting singles is normally my thing, we are getting more and more opportunities to leverage multi-leg alt-line prop parlays to take advantage of soft lines. Draftkings is offering us a great selection of props for this Raiders vs. Washington Football Team matchup. This game opened as the Raiders being -3/-2.5 favorites but has already been bet down to -1 now.

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Raiders vs. WFT Same-Game Parlay Breakdown (+220)

Foster Moreau 20 + Receiving Yards

Let's start with the one that might stick out the most to people! Who is Foster Moreau? Why are you betting on Foster Moreau? Is Foster Moreau a real player? Those are all great questions. Moreau is currently the backup tight end of the Raiders and has really carved himself out a nice role so far this season. However, while he's earned himself a solid snap share this season with Waller playing this year, we finally get to see him ball out with Waller sitting out with injury.

The last time Waller sat out, he put up a stat line of 6 receptions for 60 yards playing on 100 percent of snaps! With Tight Ends, snap share is one of the biggest indicators, and this team clearly trusts Foster to slide right into Waller's role. WFT allows the 10th most YPG to TE's this season, and the game should stay relatively competitive.

Taylor Heinicke 14+ Rush Yards

Now let's move on to Heinicke. The reason I like this play is very similar. If there is one thing the Raiders have been good at this season, it's their pass rush. While many hadn't expected it to be very above average, they have done a great job of constantly getting to the quarterback. Heinicke has been given the green light to use his legs when necessary, and considering the Raiders linebacker core is middle of the pack, I think he could very easily get there in one rush. Washington is fighting for a playoff spot, and he has shown a tendency to put his body on the line when it matters most.

Gibson 15+ Receiving Yards

Finally, Antonio Gibson is another reasonably simple leg to finish off our parlay. Gibson finally has looked healthy over the last couple of weeks and showed off his receiving chops last week, catching 7 passes. For those unfamiliar, Gibson was a wideout in college and clearly has the athletic build to get this in one catch. Beyond that, JD McKissic, one of the league's best receiving down scat backs, is going to miss this game with an injury. However, if the Raiders pass rush continues to get to the quarterback, I think we could see another 7 catch game for Gibson.

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Stuart Durst
@MonotoneFootbal

Stuart Durst, also known as @MonotoneFootbal on Twitter, is a writer and sports bettor specializing in the NFL, NBA and CFB. When he’s not writing for OddsChecker, he enjoys playing basketball and talking player props with his community.

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