Build Your Own Bet: How to Same Game Parlay Colts vs Ravens

Oct 3, 2021; Denver, Colorado, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) prepares to pass
Oct 3, 2021; Denver, Colorado, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) prepares to pass / Ron Chenoy-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, alternative spreads and totals, and several unique prop bets and promos with multiple outcomes. Most sportsbooks have you choose between one number, say, for example, passing yards.

Here is an example of an 'SGP' for the Colts vs. Ravens Monday Night Football Game

The Ravens are a First Half Gold Mine

With the 'Build Your Own Bet' feature at WynnBET, you can add some heavily favored props to help cash your ticket, and the Ravens to win the first half is a great place to start.

Baltimore is -200 on the first half moneyline, which still isn't high enough. With Lamar Jackson as the starter, the Ravens have covered the first half spread more than 78% of the time, and I'm tossing out the first half spread of -4 and taking them just to have the lead going into the break.

Colts Offense Set to Struggle, Ravens Control the Ball

I lean under in this game, but I'm going to take a higher number for a price in this SGP, playing it at 50.5 at -180.

The Colts porous red zone offense, just 40% of drives inside the opponent's 20 have ended in touchdowns, is a concern but the pace of play will keep this game low scoring.

Both teams are inside the top eight in average time of possession, so I see a limited amount of possessions, less explosive plays and the clock churning along.

Lamar Jackson the Passer

Jackson has quietly become more of a passer in recent weeks. Could it be a lingering back issue that has put him on the injury report in recent weeks? Maybe, but Jackson only has 14 rushes over the past two weeks, and has been finding success through the air.

He is averaging more than 33 passes over his last two games and has cleared 280 yards in each. This number is still down considering he didn't break 240 in the prior two games. I'll happily grab his 230+ passing yards prop at -110 against a Colts D that is 31st in defensive pass success rate.

I'll also add Mark Andrews to clear 50 receiving yards at -120. Andrews has 10 catches on 15 targets over his last two games and combined for 176 yards. He is Jackson's favorite target and this total also feels low.

If you put that all together you get a +550 at WynnBET Sportsbook!

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