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The NFL Week 8 Sunday Night Football matchups pits a Los Angeles Chargers that is running out of chances to save its season against a Chicago Bears outfit that has won two of its last three outings.
The Bears will give Tyson Bagent the second start of this young career, while the Chargers will look to bounce back from consecutive losses to the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs.
For an extra layer of added excitement for SNF, we’ve put together a same-game parlay with our favorite prop bets and betting picks. Let’s dive into the parlay and each of its legs.
Moore is fifth in the league in receiving yards and brought in eight passes for 54 yards in Bagent’s first start last week, a 30-12 win against the Las Vegas Raiders. He’s the obvious focal point of the Bears offense and should get cheap looks on screen passes or quick timing routes to help Bagent stay reserved but effective. The Chargers also have the worst pass defense in the league and are the only team allowing more than 300 yards per game through the air.
Allen has caught more than 50 yards of passes in five of six games, and the only week he didn’t he still caught a touchdown, proving he is the number-one option in LA’s offense. He only caught four of nine targets last week but still got to 55 yards and is a near-lock to be the most targeted player in the offense. Justin Herbert may not have delivered wins, but he has the offense ranked eighth in passing, which will be to Allen’s benefit on Sunday.
Foreman is more than 1:2 to score a touchdown this week, but that doesn’t seem like a fair representation of his worth. With Khalil Herbert out with an injury, Foreman racked up 120 yards and three total touchdowns against the Raiders. He’s a bruising back who is highly effective near the goal line, and he should get lots of red zone work as the coaching staff tries to limit Bagent’s mistakes.
The Bears are 24th in average scoring differential but have won two of their last three games, one by 20 points and the other by 18. Their defense is also allowing just 17 points per game over the last three outings compared to 26.9 for the season, and we trust they can keep the game within two scores.
Dropping the line down to an alternate total is a way to add value to the parlay without greatly increasing the risk. A 36.5 total means that common outcomes such as 20-17 or 24-13 will still clear the over. The Chargers are only 2-4 in favor of the over, but the Bears are a league-best 6-1.
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