The Philadelphia Eagles will go up against the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl 57.
It’s the final NFL game that we’ll be able to bet on until next season, so let’s make the most of it.
One of the ways we can do that is by betting on a same game parlay. Hey, if we’re rooting for the Eagles, we might as well try to win some money on their success.
Remember, same game parlays are more difficult to win than a normal bet, so you may want to adjust your bet size accordingly.
But, with that out of the way, it’s time to dive into my favorite same game parlay for Super Bowl 57.
Best same game parlay picks for Super Bowl 57
- Alternate spread Eagles +3.5
- Alternate total OVER 43.5
- Jalen Hurts anytime TD
- Patrick Mahomes UNDER 292.5 passing yards
- A.J. Brown 60+ receiving yards
Alternate spread Eagles +3.5
The Eagles are currently set as 1.5-point favorites, but for the sake of the parlay, let’s buy some points and take the Eagles +3.5. That way, we don’t even need them to win. As long as a loss is only by three points or fewer, we’re good to go for this leg of the parlay.
Alternate total OVER 43.5
The total for the game is set at 50.5, but we’re going to do the same thing with the total that we did with the spread and buy some points to bring it down to 43.5. The Chiefs and Eagles are the two highest scoring teams in the NFL, with each of them averaging 28.7 points per game this season.
They should have no problem scoring at least 44 combined points in the Super Bowl.
Jalen Hurts anytime TD
The Eagles quarterback sneak has been near unstoppable this season and Jalen Hurts has turned into a touchdown machine as a result. Hurts has found the end zone in seven of his last nine games, and I fully expect him to do the same on the game’s biggest stage.
Patrick Mahomes UNDER 292.5 passing yards
The Eagles pass defense has been the best in the NFL all season. They’re allowing only 5.4 yards per pass attempt, the fewest in the NFL by 0.4 yards. They’re also allowing only 171 total passing yards per game, which is over 120 fewer than Patrick Mahomes’ set total for the game.
Sure, Mahomes is the likely NFL MVP, but now he has to face the best pass defense in the NFL. I don’t think he’s going to surpass 292 yards on Super Bowl Sunday.
A.J. Brown 60+ receiving yards
A.J. Brown has only failed to reach 60 receiving yards in five games all season, so he shouldn’t have a problem going over this total against the Chiefs. He has faced the Chiefs twice in his career, racking up a total of nine receptions for 150 yards.
He’s going to play a big role in the Eagles’ offense in their bid for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Parlay odds: +1002
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