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The NFL season is back with the Los Angeles Rams hosting the Buffalo Bills to kickoff the season. For the Los Angeles Rams vs. Buffalo Bills, Matt O'Leary is sharing his same-game parlay for the action.

TNF Same-Game Parlay: Los Angeles Rams vs. Buffalo Bills

We've finally made it to the NFL season! The Los Angeles Rams are hosting the Buffalo Bills in the first game of the season tomorrow night, and naturally, I am going to have to put a play in for this one.

I'll be looking at a four-leg same-game parlay for this game. I targeting team totals, a passing prop, and a pick against the spread in this game.

Rams vs Bills Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: Thursday, September 8

Time: 8:20 pm ET

Where to Watch: NBC

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Los Angeles Rams vs. Buffalo Bills Same Game Parlay Picks

4-leg Same Game Parlay +340 (Bet $100 to win $340)

Leg 1: Bills over 23.5 Points

Since Josh Allen took that leap in year three, the Buffalo Bills have had one of the best offenses in football. Last year, they finished third in the league in points for and fifth in yards. This team scores early and often and that was put on display all of last year.

They went over this number in 15 of their 19 games including the playoffs. The Rams defense was pretty solid last year only allowing eight teams to go over that point total but with the firepower of the Bills offense, I don't see it becoming an issue.

Leg 2: Rams over 19.5 Points

Both teams scoring over 20 points? Yes, I know Buffalo has a great defense but they allowed teams like Kansas City, Indianapolis, Tennessee, and even Tampa Bay to go over this number last year. The Rams are coached by one of the best offensive minds in the sport and they were only held under 20 points twice in 21 games played. Matthew Stafford and the offense will do enough to keep this one relatively close.

Leg 3: Josh Allen over 254.5 passing yards

It's very rare to see Josh Allen throw for under 255 yards in a game and I don't think it happens in Week 1. He did it nine times last year and in a game that will likely turn into a little bit of a shootout, I'd expect him to throw the ball close to 50 times. If that's the case, it's all but locked to see him go over 300 let alone 255. We're playing this one a little bit on the safer side.

Leg 4: Bills -2.5

I also like the Bills to cover on the road this week. No disrespect to the Super Bowl champs, who are great and will likely be great again in 2022 but the Buffalo Bills feel like one of those teams who are going to be on a war path. They lost a heartbreaker of a playoff game to Kansas City and think they have a lot to prove this year. It wouldn't shock me to see them rattle off like 10 games straight before dropping one. I'm thinking like a 30-24 kind of game which if that hits, likely means a nice little +340 payout for us to kickoff the season.

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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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