Monday Night Football Best Same Game Parlay for Dolphins vs. Saints

Alvin Kamara and the Saints are set to host the Dolphins on Monday Night Football in Week 16.
Alvin Kamara and the Saints are set to host the Dolphins on Monday Night Football in Week 16. / Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

Week 16 of the NFL season will wrap up on Monday night when the New Orleans Saints host the Miami Dolphins in a battle between two 7-7 teams.

The Dolphins are set as 2.5-point road favorites, but with this being a prime time game, let's take a look at a same game parlay.

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, you can build your own same-game parlay with 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 week’s Monday Night Football matchup between the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints, New Orleans is set as a 2.5-point underdog. BetSided has you covered with a parlay where you can jump in on some favorable odds.

Here is a sample same-game parlay I like where a $25 bet would win $198.36 at +793 odds.

Best Same Game Parlay for Dolphins vs. Saints

  • Saints +6.5 (-225)
  • UNDER 36.5 (-110)
  • Alvin Kamara OVER 60.5 Rushing Yards (-125)
  • Alvin Kamara OVER 26.5 Receiving Yards (-125)

Saints +6.5 (-225)

The Saints were set as slight favorites on the opening line, but with Taysom Hill and Trevor Siemian being ruled out due to COVID-19, they are turning to former Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book to lead them in prime time. The QB change has caused the line to change to Saints +2.5, but I would advise to underreact to the news.

The Saints weren't a team that relied on their quarterback heavily to begin with. They win based on defense and running the football, and I don't think Book being under center changes that too much. Just to be safe, we're going to buy four points and bring it up to Saints +6.5.

UNDER 36.5 (-110)

This total is unbelievably low, but it's for good reason and I'm not afraid to take the UNDER. These are two teams that feature bad offenses and good defenses. The Saints rank 26th in yards per play, and the Dolphins are even worse, ranking 30th in that statistic.

Meanwhile, the Saints defense is eighth in opponent yards per play, and Miami's defense is 13th. The UNDER looks like the play in this one.

Alvin Kamara OVER 60.5 Rushing Yards (-125)

With Ian Book starting at quarterback for the Saints, they're going to rely on Alvin Kamara even more heavily than normal. I'm going ride the Kamara train all the way to the bank in this one.

The Dolphins rank 19th in opponent yards per carry, allowing 4.3, and 47.42% of the Saints called plays on offense are running plays, which is the fourth highest rate in the NFL.

Alvin Kamara OVER 26.5 Receiving Yards (-125)

The Saints are going to try to get the ball in the hands of their only playmaker as often as possible in this one. Not only will they run the ball quite often, but look for them to get Kamara involved in the passing game as well.

I'll be hoping for a similar performance to the one he has in Week 5 against Washington, where he ran for 71 yards and totaled 51 receiving yards through the air.