Build Your Own Bet: How to Same Game Parlay Seahawks vs. Steelers

The Steelers face Seattle in Week 6.
The Steelers face Seattle in Week 6. / Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Same game parlays, particularly on stand-alone prime time games are a ton of fun. Bettors can still enjoy the intrigue of betting small and winning big if everything comes through, minus the waiting through an entire slate. You can focus in on one matchup and watch as your bets hopefully hit throughout the evening.

At WynnBET, their "Build Your Own Bet" feature consists of a variety of betting options; ranging from the spread, total, alternatives spreads and totals, and several unique prop bets and promos with multiple outcomes. Most sportsbooks have you choose between one number, say, for example, receiving yards.

In this game, D.K. Metcalf's receiving yards prop is set at 65.5, a number he has only gone over twice this season. However, with a same-game parlay, you can get different odds at different outcomes, such as taking Metcalf to go over 60 yards (which he's done in three games) at -250 odds. By parlaying several bets together, you can cash in a longer odds if every leg hits.

Here is a sample "Build Your Own Bet" same-game parlay I like for Sunday Night Football between the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers. A $25 entry would win $175 at +700 odds!

Seattle Seahawks +14.5 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (-360)

The Steelers haven't been dominant this season, and even with Russell Wilson out I think Seattle is being undervalued as a five-point underdog.

I'm going to adjust the spread to over two touchdowns in this one, as I think Geno Smith can keep this thing close enough on Sunday night.

Seahawks vs. Steelers UNDER 46.5 (-180)

Both of these teams are 4-1 on unders this season, but instead of taking the under 42.5, I'm going to give myself a few more points at -180 odds.

A backup quarterback in Smith facing a Steelers team that is averaging 18.8 points per game (27th in the NFL) is a perfect recipe for an under bet.

D.K. Metcalf OVER 60.0 Receiving Yards (-250)

Metcalf hasn't had a major season in terms of receiving yards, but he's gone over 60 yards in three of five games, finishing another with 60 on the dot.

Metcalf showed some solid chemistry with Smith when he replaced Wilson last week, so I expect him to be one of his primary targets in this matchup.

Chase Claypool OVER 70.0 Receiving Yards (-110)

JuJu Smith-Schuster is out for the season, which means Diontae Johnson and Claypool are the top options in the Steelers' passing game.

Claypool has hit the over on this number in two of his last three games, notching 70 yards in the other. Seattle has the third-worst passing defense in the NFL, so I think even Ben Roethlisberger will find some success to night.

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