NFL MNF Player Props: Best Saints vs. Panthers Picks & Same Game Parlay Promos

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Written By Evan Scrimshaw | Last Updated
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NFL same game parlay and player props are now available at the best NFL betting sites for Monday Night Football. Week 2 ends with the New Orleans Saints on the road to face the Carolina Panthers as point favorites. The Over/Under for this game is set at . Below, we’ll highlight NFL MNF props and a potential same game parlay strategy for those player prop picks. We will also showcase which promos are available at sportsbooks.

Before making any Saints at Panthers player prop or SGP bets, make sure to check out NFL betting apps to ensure you’re getting the best prices. In the table below, we’ve collected them all in one place so you don’t have to flip between sites. Click to bet now.

NFL MNF Props: Saints at Panthers SGPare Strategy

It is very important to always make sure that any Same Game Parlay or multiple prop bets are correlated together. Correlating your bets gives you a better chance of cashing winning tickets, as you reduce the number of big-picture things you have to get right to win, and potentially even win big.

In this case, Bryce Young is the key to the Saints vs. Panthers SGP Prop markets. If Young, in his first home game, can be passable, then this game will remain close and keep both teams running a balanced offense. If he’s unable to produce at the level necessary, and more like the QB from Week 1, the Saints could run away with this.

Given that Young is a rookie, and there are deeply concerning signs from Week 1, that’s where this SGP can begin.

Saints Panthers SGP Props

Saints Moneyline ()

While not a prop bet, it’s a potential SGP leg. the Saints should win this game. Bryce Young was abominable in Week 1, bottom 10 by both Dropback EPA and Success Rate and threw two horrible interceptions. He went 2-10 on balls over 10 yards in the air. The Saints Defense, on the other hand? 4th in Defensive Success Rate in Week 1.

On the other side of the ball, Carolina’s defense was 26th by EPA/rush last week and gave up 3 TDs to running backs. Throw in the fact that Chris Olave went 8 for 112 in his debut with Derek Carr at QB and the Saints should be able to score on Carolina.

This should be a Saints win.

Bryce Young Over 0.5 Interceptions ()

If the Saints are likely to be ahead in this game, Young will have to throw the ball more. The more he has to throw and the worst the game scenario, the likelier he’ll be to throw a bad pass that gets picked off.

Young threw the ball 38 times in Week 1 in large part because of the fact the Panthers were down. The Panthers were 21st in Rushing EPA in Week 1, against a Falcons defense not known for a ferocious run defense. There’s no reason to think against a Saints Rush D that held Derrick Henry to 63 yards in Week 1 that the Panthers will be able to slice through the defense on the ground. Which all means Young’ll have to chuck it.

If Young is meaningfully better than he was in Week 1, maybe he avoids an interception. But in a likely negative game script, seems a solid bet he’ll throw one to the other team, especially to a Saints secondary that picked off Ryan Tannehill 3 times.

Jamaal Williams Anytime Touchdown ()

Williams didn’t get in the end zone in Week 1, but the Saints only scored once. He did get 20 touches in the game, which bodes well for his chances of getting in if the Saints get in close.

We know Williams can be effective at the goal line as a rusher, as 2022’s leading TD scorer. Obviously, there’s likely going to be some regression this year, but he just needs to take advantage of the currently secure backfield he has and his clear workload. If Derek Carr gets some positive regression in the red zone, Williams should get more than his fair chance of chances to punch one in.

Chris Olave Over Receiving Yards

Olave is the biggest beneficiary of the Saints getting Derek Carr and getting back a seemingly healthy Michael Thomas. With Slant Boy back to draw defenses to the middle of the field, Olave was able to pick apart the Titans’ secondary. 8 catches on 10 targets for 112 yards isn’t necessarily sustainable, but Olave is on his way to cementing himself as a #1 option for Derek Carr. 

The one unknown here is the Panthers secondary. Desmond Ridder only threw the ball to a Wide Receiver or Tight End 8 times in Week 1, so it’s decidedly unclear how good their secondary actually is. That said, last year’s edition was 24th against the pass by EPA, so it’s probably safe to say it’s not a secret juggernaut.

Best of luck betting on NFL MNF props!