Best FanDuel Michigan Same-Game Parlays For Super Bowl 56

Sports bettors in Michigan are thrilled with FanDuel’s 56-to-1 odds boost for Super Bowl LVI, but there are even more ways to bet on Super Bowl 56 with FanDuel Michigan. There are ways to make sports betting exciting with a low-investment same-game parlay.

Some same-game parlays might seem like a longshot, but a small bet can reward you with a nice payoff. Here are some of the best selections available at FanDuel Michigan. If you have yet to sign up for an account, you can do so with this FanDuel promo code and potentially turn a $5 moneyline wager on the Rams or the Bengals into $280 in cash.

FanDuel Michigan Same-Game Parlays

Bengals And Rams Both To Score Points in All 4 Quarters (+1000)

With the quality of kicking in the NFL these days, a team only needs to get a few first downs to be in scoring range. Both the Bengals and Rams have kickers with strong legs. If field goals are flying through the uprights, that means more scoring, and if both teams score in all four quarters, which last happened in Super Bowl 52 between the Eagles and Patriots, you win on this parlay.

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Matthew Stafford To Throw 3+ Touchdowns AND Odell Beckham To Have 75+ Yards Receiving (+600)

Sure, Cooper Kupp is the primary wide receiver for the Rams, as well he should be. The Bengals defense knows that of course and should stack defenders or double team him. Even if Kupp does get his, the Rams also have Beckham linking up on the other side. In the Rams’ three playoff games, QB Matthew Stafford has targeted Kupp 32 times, but OBJ has also been targeted 23 times an average of almost eight per game. With Cincinnati likely hyper-focused on defending Kupp, Beckham should have plenty of passes to grab.

If you believe the Rams are going to be able to throw the ball against the Bengals in this Super Bowl (and I do), three TD passes from Stafford’s strong right shoulder are not unrealistic.

Trey Hendrickson To Record 1+ Sacks, Joe Burrow 2+ Passing TDs, And Ja’Marr Chase 1+ Receiving TDs (+600)

Hendrickson, a defensive end, has 2.5 sacks this postseason. Burrow has four passing TDs, but he was shut out in the win over the Titans. Chase has 14 TD catches this year, but only one in the playoffs. This one is worthy of a flyer because Burrow will likely be looking to his rookie receiver close to the goal line as he feels pressure from the LA pass rush. I don’t think either of the first two legs of this parlay will be a problem.

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Cooper Kupp to Score the first TD in the Super Bowl And Ja’Marr Chase to Score the second TD (+4500)

Here you go, football fans, a parlay to wet your chops for a Stafford/Burrow shootout to start Super Bowl 56. In four of the last seven Super Bowls wide receivers have scored each of the first two touchdowns. Kupp and Chase are the primary targets for the Rams and Bengals.

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Either Joe Burrow OR Matthew Stafford to have 500+ passing yards (+6500)

Wouldn’t the Legend of Joey Franchise be epic if the second-year QB tossed for 500+ yards in the Super Bowl? Or on the other hand, isn’t Matt Stafford trying to shed the years of being labeled a loser in Detroit? What better way to do that than to go all “Steve Young Super Bowl Crazy” through the air on Sunday? Stafford will be sleeping in his own bed Saturday night, after all, as the game is at the Rams’ home field of SoFi Stadium.

Either Kicker To Successfully Make a 55+ Yard Field Goal (+390)

Cincinnati’s Evan McPherson is 9-for-11 from 50 yards this season, and 3-for-3 in the playoffs. He’s missed one field goal since October 10th. He has a huge leg and the guts of a burglar. If anyone can boot a 55+ yarder in the big game, it might be this kid. The Super Bowl record is held by Buffalo’s Steve Christie, who kicked a 54-yard field goal in Super Bowl XXVIII way back in 1994.

About the Author

Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes has written three books about sports. He previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. He enjoys writing, running, and lemon bars. He lives near Lake Michigan with his daughters and usually has an orange cream soda nearby.