NFL Wild Card Monday: Parx Sportsbook Daily Specials
The Wild Card round comes to a close this evening when the Los Angeles Rams host the Arizona Cardinals tonight at 8:30. Like they have all season, our partners over at Parx Sportsbook have some odds boosts lined up for this evening.
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Cooper Kupp or Sony Michel to score a touchdown and Rams to win (Boosted from +360 to +450)
Kupp has been the league’s most dominant wideout this season, and Michel has helped spearhead the Rams’ rushing attack. Having Kupps’ odds this high alone is a steal, let alone combined with Michel.
Arizona is getting some help on defense, but there’s a very good chance one of these two will find the endzone before tonight’s game ends. It should be a close game, but I think Los Angeles will be able to take down the Cardinals once again.
Budda Baker or Jalen Ramsey to catch an interception (Boosted from +235 to +300)
Alongside prolific offenses, both teams have some stars in their secondary’s, and they should be making some huge plays tonight. Ramsey had four interceptions this season, while Baker has had three.
Both teams have great quarterbacks, so it’s hard to bet on either making a mistake. I’m not the biggest fan of this one, but I wouldn’t be shocked to see it hit.
Kyler Murray and Matthew Stafford to each throw 2+ passing touchdowns (Boosted from +195 to +250)
The last time these two played in mid-December, Stafford had three passing TDs while Murray had none, but it should be different this time around. I have a feeling tonight’s game is going to be a shootout, and Murray especially is going to have a great game.
Two passing TDs is an easy bet no matter the circumstances, and I’m all in on this boost hitting tonight.
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