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The Falcons travel to Carolina to battle the Panthers on Thursday Night Football. Handicapper Stuart Durst is here with a three-leg same-game parlay for us to tail for tonight's Panthers vs. Falcons.

Panthers vs. Falcons Same-Game Parlay: Riding With Cordarrelle Patterson on Thursday Night Football

Panthers vs. Falcons Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: November 10, 2022
  • Game Time: 8:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: Prime Video

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While this may not be the most exciting game of the NFL season, we carefully crafted a parlay to make it a little better. Both the Falcons and Panthers aren't having the best seasons, but technically the Falcons still are in the Wild Card hunt. With a 3-point spread and a 42-point total, the books expect a relatively low-scoring close game. These two teams just faced off a couple of weeks ago, giving us a 37-34 high-flying affair that ended up going into overtime. Let's break down the same-game parlay picks for the Panthers vs. Falcons.

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Panthers vs. Falcons Same-Game Parlay Prediction

I'll start out with Tyler Allgeier, someone I think we are getting a little value with here. While I like both backs in this offense, it's important to remember that both of these teams will be splitting carries, making it harder to trust the lead back. I honestly wouldn't mind making this a double “backup RB” parlay, but there are currently no lines for Chubba Hubbard. Allgeier took over many of the rushing duties when Patterson went down, but he has also stayed a part of this offense even when they were all involved. He has cleared this number in 3 of 4 when both of them played, including a career-high 99 yards last week. With a rainy forecast, it looks like both offenses will be committed to the run game here. While Patterson should clearly be the number one in this offense, there will be plenty of room for Allgeier to stay involved. 

The Panthers defense has been very bad against the rush, currently ranking 5th in rushing yards allowed and 5th in rushing touchdowns allowed this season, along with 2nd in RB receiving touchdowns. When looking at the rushing inside the 10-yard line red zone usage, Patterson has out-snapped Allgeier when they were both playing, and his usage in the receiving game gives this team more play-calling options. While I think you could match up the Allgeier yards with touchdowns, I think Patterson is actually going to be the one to punch it in. He currently has a touchdown in 4 of his 5 games this season and two touchdowns in one of those games. Last week would have been his second game with two, but one was called back on a ticky-tacky penalty. While this team is definitely split between multiple backs, it does seem like Patterson is trusted the most in the red zone

Terrace Marshall was someone that was beginning to look like a non-factor but has finally been involved recently. In Week 8, he caught 4-of-9 targets for 87 yards against Atlanta. In Week 9, he caught 3-of-6 targets for 53 yards and a touchdown against the Bengals. This team is really limited for offensive weapons outside of DJ Moore, Marshall should fill that void despite the quarterback play. I think this game will mostly be fought on the ground in the trenches, but you need a little air attack to open up those plays. I don't have super high expectations tonight, but 25 yards is a very doable number. 

Panthers vs. Falcons Same-Game Parlay Picks

3-Leg SGP Odds: (+411) - (Bet $100 to Collect $511) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

  • Tyler Allgeier 35+ Rush Yards
  • Cordarrelle Patterson TD
  • Terrace Marshall 25+ Rec Yards
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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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