Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay Promo: Saints At Cardinals

Written By Brett Gibbons on October 20, 2022
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FanDuel Sportsbook returns with their No-Sweat Same Game Parlay promo on Thursday Night Football. The New Orleans Saints (2-4) visit the Arizona Cardinals (2-4) in a critical get-right opportunity for both squads. The Cardinals are home favorites and the game has a point total of . Lay a 3+ leg SGP with minimum +400 odds and FanDuel will refund your bet if it loses, up to $5.

In this article you’ll find out how to capitalize on the No-Sweat SGP promo and some parlay strategy to help build your bet.

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NFL Week 7: New Orleans Saints At Arizona Cardinals 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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TNF Injuries, Personnel Changes

First, be sure to check the status of Jameis Winston as he remained limited at Tuesday’s practice with a back injury. Winston has missed the last three games for the Saints and in his place has been a rotation of Andy Dalton and Taysom Hill. New Orleans is 1-2 in those games, but they’re averaging 10.7 more points per game (27.7 vs. 17.0). Receiver Chris Olave should also be back for the Saints.

On the other side, D’Andre Hopkins will play his first game of 2022 after serving a six-game suspension. His return comes just in time after the Cardinals lost Marquise Brown likely for the season. The team also acquired Robby Anderson from Carolina earlier this week. Back James Conner likely own’t play and Eno Benjamin will serve as the starter.

OK– now that we have the injuries out of the way, let’s talk SGP strategy.

Same Game Parlay Strategy For Saints At Cardinals

When considering your parlay, you want to choose correlated legs that increase the chances of other legs cashing. For example, while choosing the Cardinals to go under their team total (23.5) but to cover 2.5 points offers higher odds (+530), they’re conflicting legs. Chances are, if Arizona doesn’t score 24 or more points, they’re not going to win the game.

The Saints are 17-4 when Hill scores a rushing or receiving touchdown in his career. They’re also 8-4 in games in which their opponent scored fewer than 24 points. If you’re looking to build a parlay around a Saints win, you could build one with correlated legs like this:

  • Saints ML +116
  • Cardinals Under 23.5 points (-118)
  • Taysom Hill anytime TD scorer +165

That parlay fulfills the three-leg requirement and comes out at +458– above the +400 required odds.

It may sound like common sense, but when Kyler Murray is kept clean in the pocket and finds success with his legs, Arizona wins. Only three times since the start of the 2021 season has Murray been sacked more than twice and the Cardinals win. Building a parlay around a Cardinals cover could look like:

  • Cardinals -2.5 (-110)
  • Cardinals Over 23.5 points (-102)
  • Kyler Murray anytime TD scorer +185

The total odds on this one come out to +412– just above the necessary +400 required odds.

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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