The Best 49ers vs Rams Same-Game Parlay You’ll Find for NFC Championship That Pays +75000

Tyler Higbee celebrates first down, Los Angeles Rams

Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee (89) signals a first down against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half of an NFL divisional round playoff football game Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Jason Behnken)

The San Francisco 49ers take on the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game
With plenty of dynamic players on the field, we build a same-game parlay
See our 49ers vs Rams same-game parlay picks that pay out +75000 thanks to Barstool Sportsbook

The deeper you get into the NFL playoffs, the more creative you have to get in terms of your bets.

There’s plenty of ways to make money. But one of the most fun, and stress-inducing ways to bet a big game is with a parlay.

The risk can far outweigh the reward, or the thrill. An early injury or complications with the weather, and your ticket is a leg shy of cashing. But if everything goes right? You’re cashing out a massive payout. For the uninitiated, we’ve got you covered when it comes to just what is a parlay.

In order to add a little spice into Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, here’s our biggest parlay ahead of kickoff.

49ers vs Rams Same-Game Parlay Picks

Leg
Bet
Odds

1
LA Rams win outright
-186

2
Tyler Higbee OVER 41.5 receiving yards
-112

3
Jimmy Garoppolo OVER 226.5 passing yards
-114

4
Cam Akers OVER 18.5 receiving yards
-113

5
Deebo Samuel OVER 95.5 rushing and receiving yards
-114

6
Jauan Jennings OVER 25.5 receiving yards
-115

7
Elijah Mitchell ANYTIME TD scorer
+112

8
Van Jefferson ANYTIME TD scorer
+250

9
San Francisco 49ers UNDER 20.5 points
-103

10
LA Rams OVER 24.5 points
-112

11
Matthew Stafford OVER 1.5 TD passes
-225

Total Parlay Value = +75000

Odds as of January 29th at Barstool Sportsbook

LA Rams Win Outright

LA is favored when it comes to the 49ers vs Rams odds, although Barstool Sportsbook and the gambling world see this closer than the AFC Championship.

Aaron Donald on facing the 49ers again:

“If you were going to write a book, this is how you’d write a book.”

— Stu Jackson (@StuJRams) January 24, 2022

The ‘sweeping’ team is 14-8 since 1970 in a third matchup. While that bodes well for the 49ers, the Rams will be on high alert.

LA blew it against San Fran in Week 18, squandering a 17-0 lead. They almost did it again in the Divisional Round. For those interested in the spread, the NFL odds the spread is set at -3.5.

Tyler Higbee OVER 41.5 Receiving Yards

Since Week 13, Higbee has failed to hit the projected over just once. Even then he came away with 41 yards against the Vikings.

Stafford ➡️ Odell Beckham for 20 yards on 1st & 20
Stafford ➡️ Tyler Higbee for 29 yards!#Rams pic.twitter.com/jk6WFuKE0y

— ❌❌❌ (@FTB_Vids_YT) January 23, 2022

This is right in the sweet spot when it comes to 49ers vs Rams player props. Higbee is averaging 12.6 yards/reception these last six games and Cooper Kupp and OBJ demand a ton of attention.

Jimmy Garoppolo OVER 227.5 Passing Yards

Since Week 8, the 49ers are 9-3 with Jimmy G under center. But you wouldn’t know it based on the buzz.

Barstool Sportsbook has his total set at 227.5 which could be a little low due to possible game script.

Jimmy Garoppolo on dealing with all the BS pic.twitter.com/JEliNTIqTJ

— John Chapman (@JL_Chapman) January 27, 2022

Yes, Garoppolo has finished under 200 passing yards in both playoff wins. In the first meeting with LA, he threw for just 182 yards, but the second he finished with 316.

If the Rams can get up on the 49ers and make them play catch-up, their ball-control offense goes out the window. Jimmy will have to sling it.

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Cam Akers OVER 18.5 receiving yards

Since his return, Cam Akers has had games with 10, 40 and 20 receiving yards. His snap share has risen from 20% all the way to 81% last week. Akers also features in our 49ers vs Rams props on the rushing side.

Sony Michel is seeing the field less and less. which means more all-purpose touches for Akers. Fumbles aside, his talent alone makes this number achievable.

This is the Cam Akers the Rams need to see to beat the Niners on Sunday pic.twitter.com/vHGMAi392E

— xz – Lemon Pepper Lou (@LVstackiN) January 27, 2022

Deebo Samuel OVER 95.5 rushing and receiving yards

Deebo Samuel is reportedly healthy after last week’s injury scare in Green Bay. All we can do is take the 49ers at their word.

Samuel likely won’t get a ton of 1-on-1 time with Jalen Ramsey if San Fran can help it. They’ll move him around with sweeps and screens. His YAC ability will come in handy here.

Deebo Samuel can do it all pic.twitter.com/e9Y1wI5ZNm

— PFF (@PFF) January 28, 2022

Jauan Jennings OVER 25.5 receiving yards

If the 49ers end up playing catch-up, Jimmy G is going to have to air it out. Jennings popped in the second meeting, catching six balls for 94 yards. He’s also a crucial target on third down, and his results have been much better since Week 14.

Elijah Mitchell, Van Jefferson ANYTIME TD scorers

San Francisco is going to try run the ball, and that includes in the red zone. Mitchell only has one TD in the postseason, but 48 carries combined in the first two games with the Rams.

Jefferson is always a big-play threat who has been battling injuries himself. He’s caught fire throughout the season, and OBJ and Cooper Kupp demand attention.

49ers UNDER 20.5 Points, Rams OVER 24.5 points

This ties into the theory that LA is going to come out firing on both sides of the ball, eager to avoid any kind of collapse.

San Fran has crossed this number in both head-to-head matchups, but just once in two playoff games. If LA can keep the 49ers out of the endzone, it’ll get there. With no weather to ground the air attack, expect the Rams’ offense to turn up the heat.

Matthew Stafford OVER 1.5 touchdown passes

Since Week 12, Stafford’s floor has been two passing touchdowns. He’s only failed to hit it once (Week 12 vs MIN).

Matthew Stafford is getting a home playoff game to go to the Super Bowl.

Sucks it’s not in Detroit, but that man deserves this opportunity more than anyone else in the NFL.

— Jeremy Reisman (@DetroitOnLion) January 24, 2022

In fact, he’s only failed to hit the over in four games this season, and one was the run-fest in the first meeting with San Fran. LA had the ball just 20:57 of that game. They’ll hold it way more on Sunday.

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