The Raiders and Rams square off tonight on Thursday Night Football, and plenty of same-game parlays can be made. The 3-9 Rams host a hot 5-7 Raiders team that is seeking their fourth straight victory. We'll see if the depleted Rams can pull the upset to stop their own six-game slide or if the Raiders can inch closer to .500. Below, we feature the best sam-game parlay for this matchup, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Rams Match Details
Fixture: Las Vegas Raiders @ Los Angeles Rams
Date & Time: Thursday, December 8, 8:15 p.m. EDT
Venue: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
NFL Parlay Leg #1: Davante Adams 95+ Yards
Davante Adams has been on a tear recently, and he enters tonight's contest with the fourth-most receiving yards per game (98). He also ranks first in targets with 11.3 per game, and he's coming off his best performance of the year. Against the Chargers last week, he caught eight passes for 177 yards, and now in his past five, he's averaging 132.8 yards per game. The Rams have surrendered 668 passing yards over their previous two games, and this is a matchup where Adams should excel. Adams has 126 or more yards in four of his last five games, so expect him to reach 95 tonight.
NFL Parlay Leg #2: Davante Adams Anytime TD Scorer
Davante Adams has not only been racking up a ton of yards but he's been reaching the end zone pretty frequently lately. In his past five games, he's scored a TD in four of them, and over that span, he has seven total receiving TDs. Expect him and QB Derek Carr to link up a lot tonight and look for Adams to score against a struggling Rams side.
NFL Parlay Leg #3: Raiders Team Total Points Over 27.5
The Raiders started the season slowly, but the offense has really clicked in the last two games. Over these two games, Las Vegas has scored 40 versus Seattle and, most recently, 27 versus the Chargers. Tonight, they'll take on the other LA team, the Rams, a team that has given up an average of 26.8 points per game over their past four games. Without Aaron Donald and a few other defensive players, expect the Raiders to dominate LA's defense on TNF.