Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay Promo: Eagles At Texans

Written By Brett Gibbons on November 3, 2022
Same Game Parlay

The undefeated Philadelphia Eagles walk into NRG Stadium as huge favorites over the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football. The Texans are on the moneyline and the contest has an over/under currently set at . FanDuel Sportsbook is once again offering a No-Sweat Same Game Parlay promo for this game, so below we’ll go over how you can take advantage of that today.

Lay a 3+ leg SGP with minimum +400 odds and FanDuel will refund your bet if it loses, up to $5. Be sure to opt-in under the promos. How can we try to best capitalize on the No-Sweat SGP promo? Let’s look at some strategy to help build your bet.

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NFL Week 9: Philadelphia Eagles At Houston Texans Odds

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FanDuel’s No-Sweat Same Game Parlay

Opt into FanDuel’s No-Sweat Same Game Parlay under the “Promos” tab on the FD Sportsbook website or app. They offer an easy way to build SGPs right there on the page. It removes the headache of manually inputting legs just to be given the, “Sorry, you can’t parlay these sections” alert.

New users need to download the FanDuel Sportsbook app and create an account to be eligible for this promo.

If your parlay hits, you reap the rewards. If your parlay loses, FanDuel will refund your account with free bets up to $5. It must be a 3+ leg SGP with +400 odds or longer (IE +450 or +500 would qualify). Free bets for losing parlays will appear in your account within 72 hours. The free bet expires in seven days.

While you don’t have to be located in a legal state to create your free account or make your first deposit, you must be located in a legal sports betting state to place your SGP.

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TNF Same Game Parlay Strategy

Normally, I’d build two different parlays based around each team winning the game outright. If you’re picking Houston to win this one, you might want to go buy a Powerball ticket, too.

The Eagles scoring distribution this season is a bizarre one. 126 of their total 196 points have been scored in second quarters this season (64.3%) in what’s becoming a flash fry trend. To capitalize on this, FanDuel’s first half spread for the Eagles is 7.5 (+100)– a strong first leg of the parlay to get it to +400 or higher. That’s about the only piece of the Eagles offense I’m looking for in this game.

While the matchup between Philly’s ultra-efficient offense– particularly on the ground– is exciting, markets are already way ahead of that. Houston rosters the last-ranked rushing defense in the league. That was put on full display last week when they gave up over 200 yards to Derrick Henry.

Instead, I’d like to focus on the Eagles’ defense, which is an even bigger mismatch to the Texans’ offense. The Texans OL is allowing the third-highest pressure rate, the 10th-least adjusted line yards, and the third-lowest overall success rate in the NFL. Led by Jordan Davis and a downright nasty defensive front (now bolstered by Robert Quinn), the Eagles are first in pass rush win rate and first in turnovers forced.

Under this kind of pressure and on primetime, I cannot trust Davis Mills. The other two legs of the parlay are Mills under 218.5 passing yards (-114) and the game total under 44.5 (-110). Overall, the SGP comes out to +515.

Finding correlations and actionable trends in teams helps boost the rest of your parlay legs. Good luck with your TNF same game parlays!

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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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