Chargers vs. Raiders Same Game Parlay For Thursday Night Football

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler (30)

The Los Angeles Chargers (5-8) and the Las Vegas Raiders (5-8) kick off Week 15 on Thursday Night Football. Below, we have a same game parlay for Chargers vs. Raiders.

Chargers vs. Raiders Same Game Parlay Pick

*Odds courtesy of BetOnline. Odds are correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

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Chargers vs. Raiders Thursday Night Football Same Game Parlay

SGP (+500): Austin Ekeler 1+ Touchdown, Austin Ekeler Over 32 Receiving Yards, Aidan O’Connell Over 197.5 Passing Yards

The Chargers offense has been decimated by injuries all season, and it just got worse with quarterback Justin Herbert hitting the IR. Herbert is out for the season with a fractured right index finger.

Herbert’s top pass catcher, Keenan Allen, will miss Thursday night’s game with a heel injury.

Without Herbert and Allen, the best offensive player becomes running back Austin Ekeler. It’s been a disappointing season for Ekeler, who has struggled to regain top form since his ankle injury in Week 1.

However, Ekeler looked like himself again in Week 14 with 100 total yards, including 49 receiving yards.

With Easton Stick at quarterback, expect the Chargers to install a conservative game plan, which means Ekeler should have 15+ touches, especially in passing situations out of the backfield. The Raiders defense is allowing 33.31 receiving yards per game to opposing running backs. I like Ekeler to surpass 32 receiving yards.

Ekeler scored a touchdown in Week 14, his first since November 12. With an expected increase in volume, I’ll take a chance on Ekeler reaching the end zone against the Raiders.

The Las Vegas Raiders have not scored a point since November. Aidan O’Connell and the rest of the offense are struggling. However, O’Connell gets a favorable matchup against a weak Chargers pass defense allowing the fourth-most passing yards per game (261.9).

Since Week 6, seven of nine quarterbacks have thrown for over 200 passing yards against the Chargers. O’Connell makes it eight of 10.

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