SGP Strategy: Raiders At Rams NFL Week 14 Thursday Night Football

Written By Brett Gibbons on December 7, 2022

The Las Vegas Raiders (5-7) visit the Los Angeles Rams (3-9) on Thursday, Dec. 8 on Thursday Night Football Week 14 action. The Raiders are favorites on the road and the over/under is set at points. This article will go over Raiders at Rams same game parlay strategy, including general SGP pointers and game-specific picks.

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BetMGM Risk-Free One Game Parlay

BetMGM offers a risk-free one game parlay up to $25 with their current SGP promo. To be eligible, opt-in under Promos, then you must place a four-leg or longer SGP (max. 10 legs), and if your parlay fails by one leg, BetMGM will refund it in free bets. Visit the BetMGM promotions tab to see complete eligibility details. If you don’t have a BetMGM account, lock in this great new user offer as well.

FanDuel Thursday Night No-Sweat SGP

FanDuel Sportsbook is back with their no-sweat same game parlay promo for Thursday Night Football. Lay a three-leg SGP with at least +400 odds and FanDuel will refund your parlay should it fail. If it cashes, you reap the rewards.

Navigate to FanDuel’s Promotions tab and select the Thursday Night No-Sweat SGP promo. From there, you’ll be able to choose legs for your SGP from a preselected group of props and sides.

DraftKings Sportsbook SGP Profit Boost

Simply go to the promos section on DraftKings Sportsbook to claim this bonus. Once you are there, click the opt-in button and your promotion will activate. All users get up to 100% profit boost token for a SGP with 3+ legs with a max wager of $50.

The minimum odds per leg are -300 or longer (-200, +300, etc). There is a minimum total SGP odds of +100 or longer (+200, +500, etc). The more legs you add, the higher percentage profit boost will be added.

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Raiders At Rams Same Game Parlay Strategy

When it comes to piecing together same game parlays, it’s best practice to choose legs that correlate. Some outcomes increase the probability of other legs cashing and boosts your mathematical probability of cashing the entire parlay. For example, while pairing the Raiders -6.5 (-102) with under the Raiders’ 22.5 team points (-108) might give you an enticing +548 price tag, those legs conflict.

Pairing the Raiders -6.5 (-102) with under the Rams’ 19.5 team points (-110) is a much more logical pairing. However, that only gets you to +129 odds, well short of the required +400. For the final leg, adding Davante Adams anytime touchdown scorer also doesn’t break the +400 barrier and the more legs you add, the exponentially-lower your odds of cashing are.

Instead, I’m looking to Adams first Raiders touchdown at +250. That boosts the overall price to +663. The Rams are one of the NFL’s top rushing defenses; although, missing Aaron Donald in the middle is a hinderance. Rather, Derek Carr and the offense will look to get Adams going early and often– something common for Las Vegas this season. In an indoor stadium against the NFL’s 29th-ranked passing defense in EPA, there’s a big opportunity for Adams early.

Good luck with your Raiders at Rams same game parlay!

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Raiders Vs. Rams Injury Report

Las Vegas Injuries

PlayerPos.InjuryStatusAvg. Snap Count
Andre JamesCQuadricepQuestionable64.6
Divine DeabloLBForearmQuestionable63.3
Rock Ya-SinCBKneeQuestionable60.5
Jayon BrownLBHandQuestionable54.9
Josh JacobsRBQuadQuestionable48.3
Andrew BillingsDTLower legQuestionable37.1
Tyler HallCBBackQuestionable25.5
Ameer AbdullahRBHamstringQuestionable21.7
Brandon BoldenRBCalfQuestionable21
Curtis BoltonLBAnkleQuestionable17
Jesper HorstedTEConcussionQuestionable16.9

Los Angeles Injuries

PlayerPos.InjuryStatusAvg. Snap Count
John WolfordQBNeckQuestionable59
Troy HillCBGroinQuestionable54.3
Ben SkowronekWRShoulderQuestionable53.3
Terrell LewisLBBackQuestionable31.5
David Long Jr.DBGroinQuestionable31.3
Travin HowardILBHipQuestionable24
Lance McCutcheonWRShoulderQuestionable18.8

Raiders Offense Vs. Rams Defense

Raiders OffenseStats (Rank)Rams Defense
24.3 (9)Points/Gm23.3 (21)
0.4 (1)Points/Play0.4 (14)
366.9 (8)Yards/Gm332.9 (14)
241.5 (9)Pass Yards/Gm236.3 (22)
125.4 (11)Rush Yards/Gm96.7 (4)
5.9 (5)Yards/Play5.5 (17)
6.8 (11)Yards/Pass6.9 (19)
5.2 (2)Yards/Rush3.9 (4)
38.5% (23)3rd Down %41.4% (23)
48.5% (28)Red Zone %43.2% (2)
11 (2)Turnovers12 (24)
23 (5)Sacks26 (19)

Rams Offense Vs. Raiders Defense

Rams OffenseStats (Rank)Raiders Defense
16.8 (29)Points/Gm24.7 (26)
0.3 (15)Points/Play0.4 (14)
283.1 (31)Yards/Gm371.9 (27)
195.8 (25)Pass Yards/Gm258.1 (30)
87.3 (30)Rush Yards/Gm113.8 (14)
4.7 (32)Yards/Play5.8 (26)
5.8 (29)Yards/Pass7.3 (28)
3.7 (30)Yards/Rush4.2 (8)
39.9% (15)3rd Down %44% (26)
53.1% (17)Red Zone %64.1% (28)
19 (28)Turnovers9 (31)
42 (30)Sacks21 (28)

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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