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NFL props parlay for Saturday’s Week 15 games

Here are our parlay picks to give you some rooting interest on Saturday for Week 15 on DraftKings Sportsbook.

T.J. Hockenson #87 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of the game against the New Orleans Saints at U.S. Bank Stadium on November 12, 2023 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images

Saturday football is here! That means you don’t have to get up the couch all weekend! How you feed, bathe and eliminate waste is up to you. We have three games Saturday, starting with the Vikings at Bengals, then the Steelers at Colts and ending with the Broncos at Lions. These games were flexed to Saturday in part due to their playoff implications. That means each team should be more than motivated to play well at this late stage of the season.

Below we’ll take a look at a three prop parlay over at DraftKings Sportsbook for Saturday’s games.

NFL Week 15: Saturday’s games

Vikings at Bengals

T.J. Hockenson, OVER 52.5 receiving yards (-125)

The Bengals have allowed the most receptions and yards to opposing tight ends this season. When Nick Mullens came in for Josh Dobbs last week, he connected with Hock for four of his five catches on the day. He ended up totaling 53 receiving yards in a game they scored just three points. He has also hit this particular over in six of his last seven games.

Steelers at Colts

Jaylen Warren, OVER 17.5 receiving yards (-115)

The promise of a starting job for Warren never really materialized this season, but he is in a close split with Najee Harris for snaps each week. Last week against the Patriots he also saw five targets, catching four for 29 yards. Warren’s explosive ability means he doesn’t need a lot of receiving work to hit the over, but it’s nice to see Mitch Trubisky looking his way. Last week the Colts gave up 126 receiving yards to Chase Brown and Joe Mixon and have allowed 14 running backs to top 17.5 receiving yards.

Broncos at Lions

David Montgomery, OVER 65.5 rushing yards (-115)

We all love to watch Jahmyr Gibbs with the ball in his hands, but the Lions love Montgomery gaining tough yards between the tackles even more. On the season, Montgomery has topped 65.5 rushing yards in eight of his 10 games played. The Broncos have been better defensively of late, but teams will look to run on them, as their pass defense has been their strength.