Best Saints-Rams prop bets today: Puka Nacua, Alvin Kamara among top Week 16 TNF parlay picks

The Saints and Rams will kick off Week 16 of the 2023 NFL season in Los Angeles on “Thursday Night Football” (8:15 p.m. ET, Amazon Prime). Boosted by a rather high over/under, TNF offers some intriguing props to consider on SuperDraft with several top fantasy performers on the field.

It’s easy to get in on the action. If you successfully hit on two player props, you get 3x return. That exponentially grows all the way to 100x return for parlaying eight correct picks together at much longer odds. In other words, if you put down a $20 entry fee on our four props below and they all hit, you get paid $200. 

Whether you’re going with a two-legged parlay or stringing together props with at least three players, here are our four favorite SuperDraft plays for the Thursday night key NFC wild-card race showdown between Los Angeles and New Orleans:

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Best Saints-Rams prop bets: SuperDraft player prop picks for Week 16 TNF

*10x potential payout if users parlay all four correct picks

1. Cooper Kupp, WR, Rams — OVER 72.5 receiving yards

Kupp has gone for 148 and 118 receiving yards, respectively, in the past two games, proving that he’s far from done as L.A.’s top target in a red-hot passing game. He’ll get a nice spot in the slot vs. Alontae Taylor, and there’s also no Marshon Lattimore (ankle) on the outside. Kupp will bring it again at home with a great chance for another century

2. Alvin Kamara, RB, Saints  — OVER 32.5 receiving yards

The Rams are very good at limiting backs in the passing game, allowing around just 20 yards per game on RB receptions. However, they haven’t played a lot of top pass-catching backs. Kamara has hit this number easily in four of the past five games.

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3. Puka Nacua, WR, Rams — OVER 5 receptions

Nacua has either four or five receptions in each of the past five games with Kupp ascending back to No. 1 status. He hasn’t had a big-catch game since Oct. 22 when he had eight receptions against the Steelers. He’s overdue as a big-play threat and busy target away from Kupp vs. Paulson Adebo, so Nacua is looking at six or more grabs as Kupp gets more attention from the defense.

4. Blake Grupe, K, Saints — OVER 6.5 kicking points

The Commanders’ Joey Slye and the Colts’ Matt Gay have been two of the anomalies in failing to score this many kicker points vs. the Rams. Otherwise, L.A. is consistently giving up two or three field-goal chances, and Grupe has good range to boost himself with at least one long trey indoors.


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