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Saints v 49ers NFL Parlay (+500)

The San Francisco 49ers will take on the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, and there are a ton of parlays that can be made for this NFL Week 12 showdown. Below, we'll go through the best same-game parlay to target for this NFC battle, courtesy of Sportsbook.

New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers Match Details

Fixture: New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers

Date & Time: Sunday, November 27, 4:25 p.m. EDT

Venue: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California

NFL Parlay Leg #1: Saints Team Total Points Under 16.5 Points

The Saints managed to put up 27 on the Rams last week, but in the two weeks prior, they had just 23 total points. New Orleans has some solid offensive weapons in Alvin Kamara and rookie Chris Olave, but the QB position has been inconsistent for the visitors. Andy Dalton has taken hold of the starting job, but he has had mixed results. The 49ers boast one of the best defenses around, and they haven't allowed more than 16 points in each of their past three games. Today, expect the Saints to struggle moving the ball, especially because they're on the road.

NFL Parlay Leg #2: Christian McCaffrey Anytime TD Scorer

Christian McCaffrey has played four games with the Niners, and he's reached the end zone three times. Today, he has a favorable matchup against the Saints since their defense has been poor when it comes to stopping the run. Not only that, but New Orleans barely forces turnovers, and it's likely that San Francisco controls most of this game due to their formidable defense. The 49ers have a time of possession of over 33 minutes in their home games this year, and we can expect McCaffrey to see a lot of touches, especially in goal-line situations.

NFL Parlay Leg #3: Jimmy Garoppolo Under 240.5 Passing Yards

Jimmy Garoppolo has done a solid job since taking over for the injured Trey Lance, but he hasn't needed to throw the ball a ton over the past few weeks. He's attempted under 30 passes in each of his last three games and, as a result, finished with 240 yards or fewer in these games too. He has had some big performances this year, but if the Niners have a comfortable lead late in this one, they'll resort to handing the ball off to chew the clock. Expect Garoppolo to stay under 241 yards again this afternoon.

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Edited by Lucas Abrenica