Commanders vs. Bears Best Same Game Parlay Picks for Thursday Night Football (Scary Terry to Make Statement)

Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin.
Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin. / Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Bears and Washington Commanders face off on Thursday Night Football, so let’s get the party started with a parlay. I’m going to stick to the basics, and take some player props that I think have the best value on the board. 

It’s a simple – yet aggressive – three-leg parlay with +966 odds at FanDuel. That means that a $25 dollar bet would profit $241.53. Even in one of the lesser offensive matchups, here are three props to back in your parlay. 

Best Same Game Parlay for Commanders vs. Bears

  • Terry McLaurin Anytime TD Scorer
  • Carson Wentz OVER 227.5 Passing Yards
  • Brian Robinson OVER 45.5 Rushing Yards

Terry McLaurin Anytime TD Scorer

McLaurin hasn’t been having the best season this year. He’s averaging just 65 yards per game with 3.8 catches per game. On top of that, he hasn’t scored a touchdown since Week 1. Yet, this is the week to back him. Jahan Dotson is still out, which means that McLaurin will be one of the top-two most targeted players in this game. 

He got paid $72 million dollars this offseason. The Commanders want to use him and with their running back situation still in flux, McLaurin is the most proven player on their roster right now. 

Carson Wentz Over Passing Yards

The Commanders throw the ball at the third-highest rate in the league – throwing 42 passes per game. Already, I like that volume for Wentz. Secondly, the Bears are 22nd in the league in opponents yards per pass.

Finally, Wentz has cleared this line in three games this season – throwing for over 300 yards in those games. He’s hit or miss on this line, but the Commanders give him every opportunity to rack up yards. 

Brian Robinson OVER Rushing Yards

In his first game back after being shot, Robinson looked solid. He clearly had some adjusting to do – as he only averaged 2.44 yards per carry.

The Bears, though, have one of the worst rushing defenses in the league. They are 24th in yards per carry and allow the second-most rushing yards per game. If Robinson can be just a little more efficient, he’ll clear this line easily. 

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