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Primetime Parlay: Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay for Patriots vs. VikingsNov 24, 2022, 4:20AM
The pigskin Thanksgiving feast ends in Minneapolis with Thursday Night Football as the Patriots and Vikings clash in a must-win game for both. We've gone through the lines to serve up our Primetime Parlay.
We've already done some analysis on this game, but we know a lot of bettors are hungry for a same-game parlay, too. With that said, keep reading for three player props we're putting together for a nice payout here.
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Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay for Patriots vs. Vikings
1. Dalvin Cook Anytime Touchdown (-110)
The running back was quiet by his usual lofty standards against the Cowboys last week - but which Vikings player wasn't? After such a strong start to the year that has fans in Minnesota dreaming about Scottsdale, Arizona, in February, last week's capitulation was a real reality check, but it's something we're expecting them to bounce back from. Our DimersBOT projection data has Cook down as one of the most likely players to score first and anytime with a 51% chance of an any Anytime Touchdown, making this play a leg we have to throw in.
2. Rhamondre Stevenson Over 58.5 Rushing Yards (-113)
Speaking of players who were quiet, Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson had one of his worst games since taking over as RB1 against the Jets in Week 11, averaging an atrocious 1.7 yards per carry on 15 attempts. That's extremely unusual for Stevenson who has hit this mark in every other game where he's had 15 carries or more this year. Given how brutalized the Vikings were against the Cowboys' running backs last week, expect Bill Belichick to look to No. 38 to get back into a rhythm. Our DimersBOT NFL projections expects 62 scrimmage yards.
3. Hunter Henry Over 21.5 Receiving Yards (-113)
Despite their impressive record, Minnesota rank among the worst teams in the league at defending in the air, giving up an average of 261 passing yards allowed per game this year. While there are some obvious candidates from New England to take these yards, the line that looks most exploitable belongs to tight end Hunter Henry. Henry hasn't exactly been prolific this season, but he has often been a long-range threat for Mac Jones with multiple catches over 20 yards in 2022. Our projections have Henry going for 32 yards.
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🔥 Dalvin Cook Anytime Touchdown Scorer
🔥 Rhamondre Stevenson Over 58.5 rushing yards
🔥 Hunter Henry Over 21.5 receiving yards