Betting NFL Parlays Three Ways In Week 17

Doug Upstone

Friday, December 30, 2016 4:44 PM UTC

Friday, Dec. 30, 2016 4:44 PM UTC

Hope you jumped on my NFL parlays in Week 16 as we hit not one but two of them. We nailed the two-teamer and later picked up even more cash as our four-team moneyline parlay was also a winner. Here's what I like for the final day of the regular season. 

With this the close of the regular season in the NFL, let's go after this even more cash to start the New Year! Make sure to check out SBR's top-rated sportsbooks to bet the best NFL odds and find the finest payouts on parlays. After breaking down the NFL odds, this is what I have for NFL picks this week.


2-Team Parlay: Buccaneers (-4.5) & Saints (+7)

This wager has a distinct NFC South flavor. Tampa Bay is coming off back-to-back losses to kill its playoff hopes. But to a man after their setback last week at New Orleans, they talked about last season's 0-4 finish and how completely unacceptable that would be again. Carolina has gone from Super Bowl runner-up to last place in the division, and after last week's horrible showing against Atlanta at home my guess is the Panthers want the season over.

Atlanta can lock up the No. 2 seed in the NFC with a victory over New Orleans. However, Drew Brees is on the record as saying a third straight 7-9 season would not be good enough. Thus he and his teammates are hell-bent on giving best performance of the season, and we know the Saints always are better offensively indoors. Like the Falcons to win, but New Orleans to cover on NFL picks.


3-Team Parlay: Packers (-3) & Raiders (+1) & Colts (-4.5)

The NFC North title is on the line as the Packers visit the Lions, and while Detroit is capable at home its offense is only averaging 15.6 PPG in the past three contests. With how hot Aaron Rodgers is, it's hard to imagine Green Bay not finishing the deal here.

After Derek Carr was hurt, the air went out of Raiders Nation. As the week went along, most realized Matt McGloin is not Super Bowl quarterback, but can he win a game or two if everyone on offense and defense does their job. Also, it's not like Denver is expected to up to the task, riding a three-game losing streak and having scored 23 total points in that stretch.

Nice upset for Jacksonville last week, but to be sent down to +4.5 at Indianapolis, this offers real value on the Colts. The Jaguars are 7-20 ATS after outgaining their opponent by 150 or more total yards in their previous game and 6-16 ATS away off a home win by 10 points or more.


4-Team Moneyline Parlay

When it comes to moneyline parlays, I like to reduce risk and find situations where the teams I am choosing for NFL picks only have to win the game. Here are the four NFL teams I believe will do just that this week: Redskins & Vikings & Seahawks & Colts. 

If correct, a $100 bet currently should pay $240 and change, which is nice way to start 2017.

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