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Sunday Night Football Same Game Parlay | Week 17

Written by: Richard Janvrin
Updated January 1, 2023
15 min read
SNF Same Game Parlay Week 17

The Sunday slate of Week 17 of the NFL season closes out with the Pittsburgh Steelers traveling to take on the Baltimore Ravens. 

These two teams played earlier in December in Pittsburgh, with the Ravens pulling out the win.

Can the Steelers get one back here on the road?

Here, we’ve created a three-leg Same Game Parlay for this game that you can bet on right now over at DraftKings Sportsbook.

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers SGP: +450

Pick: Ravens -2.5 (-110)

As mentioned, these two teams just played three weeks ago, and the Ravens pulled out the 16-14 road win. 

In that game, Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley attempted just 12 passes before being removed from the game due to a concussion. Backup Anthony Brown came in and attempted just five passes. 

However, the Ravens succeeded with their rushing attack, with running back J.K. Dobbins going for 120 yards and a score on just 15 carries and fellow running back Gus Edwards adding 66 more yards on 13 carries. 

Huntley also had 31 yards on nine totes. 

As for the Steelers also lost Kenny Pickett in that game due to a concussion, but they will have him back in this one. 

Since that game, Pickett has started just one game, Week 16 against the Las Vegas Raiders. In a 13-10 win, Pickett completed 26 of 39 passes for 244 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. 

The Ravens are prone to the passing game, allowing 239.5 passing yards per game, which is tied for eighth in the league. 

However, the Steelers aren’t too far behind at 232.4 passing yards per game but also allow about 20 yards on the ground more per game.

This should be more exciting than the first matchup if both quarterbacks can stay upright. Still, the Ravens ground game will continue to be a problem for the Steelers. If Pickett gets in a position where he needs to throw, the Ravens average 1.6 takeaways per game, which is tied for fourth in the league. 

Even with Huntley at quarterback, the Ravens should handle the Steelers at home. 

Pick: Over 35.5 Points (+-105) 

The last game saw a combined 30 points, but that was also a game win in which Pickett went down, and Mitchell Trubisky came in. He threw three interceptions, and Huntley also got hurt and attempted just 12 passes. 

This time around, we should expect Huntley and Pickett to go the entire time and see a variation of what we saw in the first matchup—the Ravens have a strong run game and control the time of possession. We should also see Pickett throw a bit as the Ravens stifle the run.

As mentioned, the Ravens take the ball away, so this could set them up in better positions to cash in, unlike the last game, which saw barely any passing from the Ravens. 

After seeing each other so recently, expect better game plans and tempo this time around. 

Pick: Kenny Pickett 200+ Passing Yards (+135)

While Pickett left their last matchup early due to a concussion, it’s safe to assume he’ll play the entirety of this game. 

If so, Pickett should clear 200 yards based on the passing volume alone. 

Against the Ravens, the Steelers will face a defense that allows just 87.5 rushing yards per game. On the other hand, they allow approximately 240 passing yards per game, which is tied for eighth in the league. 

Since Week 7, Pickett hasn’t attempted less than 28 passes in a game other than when he left early in Week 14 against the Ravens. 

Over that time, he’s thrown for less than 200 yards four times, with a few of those games finishing with passing totals like 197, 191, and 199. 

The Steelers should trail here, and Pickett will need to keep throwing against a fairly beatable Ravens coverage unit. 

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Richard Janvrin

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.

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