Monday Night Football Best Same Game Parlay Picks for Ravens vs. Saints

New Orleans Saints tight end Taysom Hill (7) celebrates a score in their Thursday Night Football matchup vs. the Arizona Cardinals.
New Orleans Saints tight end Taysom Hill (7) celebrates a score in their Thursday Night Football matchup vs. the Arizona Cardinals. / Joe Rondone/The Republic / USA TODAY

Here's the latest odds ahead of tonight's primetime AFC/NFC Monday Night matchup.

All the different sportsbooks offer up unique ways of combining betting picks and props together into a same game parlay. Odds will always be slightly different, along with the possible betting combinations at each book, so always look to shop around.

Using the odds at DraftKings Sportsbook, here's a 5-leg same game parlay to consider for Monday Ravens-Saints. A $25 bet would pay out $325, profiting $300 at +1200, or 12/1 odds.

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

  • Lamar Jackson Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+145)
  • Taysom Hill Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+190)
  • Alvin Kamara OVER 34.5 Receiving Yards (-160)
  • Kenyan Drake OVER 49.5 Rushing Yards (-185)
  • New Orleans Saints OVER 16.5 Total Points (-340)

Lamar Jackson Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+145)

The Ravens don't have Mark Andrews, Rashod Bateman, J.K. Dobbins, or Gus Edwards available for Lamar Jackson tonight, leading us down the road where "if you want something done right, you got to do it yourself."

Jackson is projected to rush in the double digits tonight, with heavy juice on the over, and is best on the team in the red zone with 12 rushes for 55 yards and a score. He's already matched his total touchdowns from a season ago, and with far less options available to him, back Lamar to find paydirt against a Saints' run defense that's a shell of itself from years past.

Taysom Hill Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+190)

I wrote up Taysom's anytime touchdown odds as one of my favorite player props earlier today. The value is simply too good for a downhill rusher that lines up in the red zone nearly as much as the team's starting running back with far more success.

This season, Hill has five total touchdowns, four of which have come on the ground in the red zone. Alvin Kamara has just one score with 12 rushing attempts.

New Orleans trusts Hill to get six, and defenses can't stack the box because he's a threat to throw.

Alvin Kamara OVER 34.5 Receiving Yards (-160)

Kamara has caught six or more receptions in every game with Andy Dalton under center, and has blown past this number by 21.5-plus points in three of his last five games.

Even in the Week 6 loss to the Bengals, Kamara still was targeted nine times, catching six passes but only got 25 yards, an absolute outlier considering he's averaging 11.3 yards per reception in the other matchups.

His actual prop is set closer to 38.5, so we'll move the yardage back in our favor for purposes of the parlay.

Kenyan Drake OVER 39.5 Rushing Yards (-185)

Another one of my favorite props of the night is Kenyan Drake to take hold of the Ravens' backfield with so many key weapons down for Baltimore.

So far this season, Drake has averaged 5.1 yards per carry, to go along with 6.6 yards per rushing attempt in two of his last three games. The Saints used to be one of the elite run-stopping teams in the NFL, but they've fallen out of the top 10 this season and rank middle of the road in opponent yards per play.

Drake's actual projected rushing total is anywhere between 44.5 - 45.5, so once again, we'll back the line slightly in our favor to help push our parlay through.

New Orleans Saints OVER 16.5 Total Points (-340)

With just one leg to go, let's take an easy number for the high-flying Saints to reach against a Ravens' defense that's been gashed all season in big plays.

Linebacker Roquan Smith was a key trade acquisition for Baltimore to help in that department, but the former Chicago Bear is playing in his first game in a brand new scheme, and may take some time to get used to the position. Let's also not forget that his Bears still gave up 42 points on defense (Dallas scored 49 overall) back in Week 8 when he was on the field, so he can only impact the game so much as an off-the-ball linebacker.

New Orleans is projected to score 22.5 points tonight, with the over juiced at -120 at DK compared to the under at even-money of +100. We'll take the discount and hopefully take this to the bank when it's all said and done!

Best Monday Night Football Same Game Parlay Odds for Ravens-Saints

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