Sunday Night Football: Same Game Parlay for San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos in NFL Week 3

The NFL season rages on, with the San Francisco 49ers heading to Denver on Sunday, September 25 at 8:20PM ET. With plenty of options available to us bettors these days, we've taken a long, hard look and picked out the plays we think most warrant going into a same game parlay for this big match-up.

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Sunday Night Football Same Game Parlay

1. Javonte Williams Under 50.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

Javonte Williams has already become one of the most frustrating players to own in fantasy football. Through two weeks, he’s averaging 5.4 YPC in addition to leading the team in targets in the passing game.

The problem? He only has 22 rush attempts on the season - the same number as his backup Melvin Gordon. For whatever reason, the Broncos just don’t seem willing to give Williams a workload fitting of his dynamic skill set…at least not yet.

Enter the Niners defense, ranked 2nd in the league against the run and giving up just 67.5 total rushing yards per game. San Francisco is fresh off a dominant win against another team with a 1-2 punch in the backfield, the Seattle Seahawks, in which they held Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Walker to a combined 25 yards.

I like the Niners defensive front to hold strong, and Denver’s playcallers to lean heavily into the veteran Gordon if the game gets close down the stretch — giving Javonte Williams under 50.5 rushing yards.

 

2. Deebo Samuel Over 32.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

On the flip side, Denver’s defense appears stout against the run as well. The catch? They haven’t faced a team with a dynamic run threat just yet. That’s where the Niners’ Deebo Samuel comes in.

In Week 1, Samuel led the Niners’ skill position players in carries with 8 rushes for 52 yards and a TD. He followed that up in week two with 53 yards on just 4 carries, highlighted by a 51 yard highlight reel scamper.

San Francisco didn’t need more from him in the blowout win against the Seahawks, but I expect Samuel to be heavily involved in a depleted backfield for the duration of what should be a competitive game with Denver, leading Samuel to over 32.5 rushing yards.

3. Albert Okwuegbunam Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+450)

Albert O came into the season with a lot of hype as Russell Wilson’s potential top tight end pairing in a high-powered offense. In week one, we saw flashes of this potential in a five-catch, 33-yard performance on six targets. Unfortunately last week he disappeared, and did not record a single catch while another Broncos TE, Eric Saubert, found the end zone.

This is a great bounce back spot for the most talented Denver TE in a primetime game, and I have a feeling the Denver coaching staff will take every opportunity to restore the “hype” and get him involved after last week’s miss.

Jerry Jeudy (who was also a non-factor last week) has missed two straight practices to end the week and his status is questionable, removing one of the biggest red zone targets Okwuegbunam has to compete with. I like Okwuegbunam to find the end zone at least once.

 

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Best Sunday Night Football Parlay

🔥 Javonte Williams Rushing Yards UNDER (-114)
🔥 Deebo Samuel Rushing Yards OVER (-114)
🔥 Albert Okwuegbunam Anytime TD (+450)

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