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Week 3 features an NFC West battle between the Cardinals and Rams. This game should feature plenty of back-and-forth action. Handicapper Jason Radowitz has drawn up a same-game parlay for us to capitalize on this Sunday.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams Same-Game Parlay: Bet on Kyler Murray to Be Busy in Week 3

Cardinals vs. Rams Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Sunday, September 25
  • Time: 4:25 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: FOX

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The Los Angeles Rams almost blew a game against the Falcons last week while the Cardinals completed an incredible comeback against the Raiders. Now those two teams will play one another in Arizona this week.

The Rams only defeated the Falcons, 31-27, in Week 2. The Falcons also had the ball with a chance to earn the win after a Cooper Kupp fumble. On the other hand, the Cardinals were down 20-0 in the fourth quarter to the Raiders and came back to win 29-23 in overtime. The NFL has been bonkers over the first two weeks of the season.

The Cardinals have struggled in coverage throughout the season's first two weeks. The Rams haven't been all that great in the secondary either but have been better in comparison to the Cardinals. In the first two games, The Rams look elite agaisnt the run and have a substantial pass rush. The Cardinals simply can't say the same. Let's take advantage of that with the Rams. Here's a same-game parlay for Sunday's game between the Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams.

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Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams Same-Game Parlay Picks

Cooper Kupp Over 98.5 Receiving Yards (-114)

Cooper Kupp has 24 receptions for 236 yards through two games. He's also hauled in three touchdowns. Kupp is easily Stafford's favorite target. The Rams constantly call plays that involve Kupp being the first option. They'll target him around the endzone. They'll find him over the middle and see him streaking down the sideline.

Kupp has had 29 targets in two weeks and should have a lot of opportunities knowing how fast the Cardinals like to run their offense on the other end. He's already gone above 100 yards in his first two games. Until he doesn't, you've got to take this play.

Matthew Stafford Over 268.5 Passing Yards (-114)

Stafford hasn't looked all that great to begin the season. He's thrown for 512 yards and has more interceptions (5) than touchdowns (4). However, against the Falcons, Stafford still reached 272 yards on 75% completions. He doesn't average a lot per completion, but every yard counts.

He's had extended plays of 29 and 28 in those first two games. Against the Arizona secondary, I'd expect more chances down the field to Kupp or even Allen Robinson. Arizona's secondary has just played so badly that if Stafford can get a couple of big plays down the field, he could reach 300 yards.

Kyler Murray Over 27.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

Murray has rushed for an average of 28.5 yards per game through two games. But I've already talked about how great the Rams are upfront. They're going to pressure Murray much faster than Las Vegas, for example. Murray will have to run out of the pocket to make plays. He'll scramble and get yards down the field with his legs. That's the only way to escape the Rams' pressure.

Against the Rams, Josh Allen had 56 yards rushing. Marcus Marrota even had a rush of 10 yards at one point against the Rams as he scrambled away from pressure. Murray's very good at dipping out of pressure and should get his 28 yards rushing.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams Same-Game Parlay Picks

Same Game Parlay Odds (+374) (Bet $100 to win $374)

  • Cooper Kuper Over 98.5 Receiving Yards (-114)
  • Matthew Stafford Over 268.5 Passing Yards (-114)
  • Kyler Murray Over 27.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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