Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay Promo: Ravens At Buccaneers

Written By Brett Gibbons on October 27, 2022
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FanDuel Sportsbook is back for NFL Week 8 with their No-Sweat Same Game Parlay promo for Thursday Night Football. Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens (4-3) visit Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) as slight road favorites. The game has an over/under currently set at points.

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 8: Baltimore Ravens At Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds

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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Building A Same Game Parlay For A Ravens Win

Five of the Ravens’ seven games this season have been decided by one score. Both games that were decided by more than a score resulted in Ravens wins. Ultimately, this team doesn’t get blown out.

It’s not breaking news to say that Baltimore’s success rides on the shoulders of Jackson. The backfield is banged up, with a committee being split up between the recently-returned Gus Edwards and journeyman Kenyan Drake. Top receiver Rashod Bateman returned from injury in Week 7, but missed practice early in the week along with Mark Andrews. Without his top two pass catchers, yards and touchdowns are going to be hard to come by.

Building a SGP around a Ravens win would benefit from a leg based around Jackson’s success. To begin, taking Ravens -1 (-108) at FanDuel offers better value than laying -116 on the moneyline. Baltimore’s team total prop is set at 23.5 (over -102) and the Ravens have scored at least 23 in three of four wins. Obviously, there’s a positive correlation between a team winning and scoring more points.

To give this SGP the odds boost it needs to be eligible for the promo, adding Jackson anytime scoring prop at +185 gives us a total price of +426. The three legs correlate strongly and satisfy the requirements.

Building A Same Game Parlay For A Buccaneers Win

Conversely, for the Buccaneers to win this game, their defense is going to need to play lights-out. Uncharacteristic of this Buccaneers defense is their 20th ranking in EPA per play and concerning is their run game that ranks last in EPA per rush.

Since pushes don’t help parlays, taking the Buccaneers moneyline at -102 is the wise choice here. A positive correlation would be to add Ravens under 23.5 team points (-118), but those two only arrive us at +237. The final leg of this parlay is going to have to be a shot that boosts the price. Head to the anytime touchdown scorer prop tab.

Mike Evans doesn’t boost us to the necessary price of +400. The team’s leading red zone target, Russell Gage, is out for the game, as is starting tight end Cameron Brate. Brate has soaked up five red zone targets so far and Brady historically looks to tight ends near the goal line.

Can I interest you in Cade Otton? The rookie has yet to find the end zone, but there’s a real opportunity here. Aside from the injuries and vacated red zone targets ahead of him, the Ravens have allowed four receiving TDs to tight ends on the season, tied for the fifth-most in the NFL. The Ravens are also 19th in targets to the tight end, meaning that when targets do go to tight ends, they’re a high-efficiency target near the end zone.

At +360 alone in his TD scoring prop, that boosts the parlay to a juicy +810. Remember– it’s risk-free, so shoot for the stars.

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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