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Crazy 77-1 Same-Game Parlay for 49ers vs Chiefs Super Bowl You Don’t Want to Miss

Zach Reger

by Zach Reger in NFL Football

Updated Feb 10, 2024 · 11:08 AM PST

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel (19) poses after a touchdown catch against the Arizona Cardinals during the fourth quarter at State Farm Stadium.
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2023 has been a crazy NFL season, so why not end the season with a crazy same-game parlay? Same-game parlays are a great way to have a chance at a big payout without risking a large amount of money.

This year’s Super Bowl features a rematch of Super Bowl 54 between the 49ers and the Chiefs. Kansas City got the edge in that one as Patrick Mahomes won his first Lombardi Trophy. Mahomes is now looking for his third Super Bowl victory this season. While some similarities remain from 2020, each of these teams is vastly different from the 2020 season.

Crazy Super Bowl Same-Game Parlay

Pick Odds
49ers Moneyline -124
49ers/Chiefs Under 47.5 -110
Isiah Pacheco Anytime Touchdown Scorer -120
Deebo Samuel Anytime Touchdown Scorer +155
Travis Kelce Over 6.5 Receptions -150
Patrick Mahomes 25+ Alt. Rushing Yards -136

Odds as of Feb. 10 at the FanDuel Sportsbook app. This Super Bowl same-game parlay was created using their SGP feature. You may see slightly different odds for the individual legs, but the same-game parlay should still add up to approximately +7729.

The 49ers are slight favorites when it comes to the Super Bowl odds, but this six-leg, +7729 same-game parlay features much more than just who will win the big game. You do not want to miss the analysis behind this same-game parlay, as a $10 wager would win $772.94 if every leg hits.

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Super Bowl SGP Pick #1: 49ers Moneyline

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have been fantastic as underdogs, and that is hard to ignore, but the 49ers still have the more complete roster. San Fransisco has gotten off to slow starts in each of their two playoff games this season, but I expect with the extra time off, they will be ready to go in this one.

Kyle Shanahan has seemed to take a turn this season when it comes to game management, and that has been proven in the comeback victories over the Packers and the Lions. Kansas City’s defense has been a strong unit all season long, but Deebo Samuel, Christian McCaffrey, and co. will help Shanahan get over the hump in what should be a close game. The 49ers get their revenge for the 2020 Super Bowl.

Super Bowl SGP Pick #2: Under 47.5

Kansas City’s defense is one of the best in the league, and even though Patrick Mahomes and the offense have improved of late, the defense is why the Chiefs are playing in this game. Kansas City will have a game plan in place to limit San Francisco’s playmakers. The 49ers defense has struggled lately, but this is where they turn it around and improve. Per the 49ers vs Chiefs injury report, Joe Thuney is out for the Chiefs, which will help the 49ers get consistent pressure on Mahomes.

The Chiefs are great at scripting opening drives, so Kansas City will likely score early, but they have struggled to score in the second half. In fact, second half unders are 18-2 in Chiefs games this season. Four of the last five Super Bowls have gone under, and this one will be no different.


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Super Bowl SGP Pick #3: Pacheco Anytime Touchdown

Isiah Pacheco has been on a tear recently. Pacheco has scored a touchdown in every playoff game this season as well as in seven straight games total. The 49ers defense has been susceptible to the run this year, giving Pacheco a good opportunity to get in the endzone again.

Andy Reid is known for coming up with tricky plays when the Chiefs get close to the goalline, but with the way Pacheco runs, he has given the ball to the running back in the redzone more than in years past. At -120 odds, Pacheco has the second-best odds to score a touchdown in the Super Bowl just behind Christian McCaffrey.

Super Bowl SGP Pick #4: Deebo Anytime Touchdown

If the 49ers want to win this game, they need to get Deebo Samuel involved. Samuel is fresh off an eight-reception game where he also had three rushes. His versatility always makes him a worthy candidate for getting in the endzone.

With Shanahan getting extra time to prepare, Samuel should be a large part of the game plan against Kansas City’s strong defense. He should see plenty of touches, especially as they get closer to the endzone.

Super Bowl SGP Pick #5: Kelce Over 6.5 Receptions

Travis Kelce has been Mahomes’s favorite target for years, especially in the playoffs. For part of this season, it seemed like Kelce could be slowing down, but those murmurs have quickly been put to bed due to his recent performances. Kelce just had 11 receptions for 116 yards in the AFC Championship against the Ravens.

In what should be a close game, Mahomes will feed his most trusted receiver and get Kelce to over seven receptions. Kelce has had at least seven receptions in two of his last three games. This is one of the strongest player props to include in any same-game parlay.

Super Bowl SGP Pick #6: Mahomes 25+ Rushing Yards

Patrick Mahomes has been known to run the ball in big games. In his three Super Bowl appearances, Mahomes has run for 29, 33, and 44 yards, all of which top the 25+ number.

In this crazy Super Bowl same-game parlay, we have the 49ers winning, so we do not need to worry about the kneeling factor for Mahomes in this one.

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