NFL Betting - Week 10 Top Parlay Plays

Doug Upstone

Sunday, November 13, 2016 1:12 PM UTC

Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016 1:12 PM UTC

Last week the payout was not quite as good, but we hit a two-teamer last week to help us stay ahead of the curve overall. Let's move on and look to continue making football profits with some winning NFL picks.


Looked over all  NFL odds at A+ rated 5 Dimes, who by the way has been great all year for me on payouts, and decided to pass on 4-teamer money line parlay because so many of the lines are so short this week and Arizona at -900 wrecks any possible halfway decent return.

I know this is preachy, but don't go overboard with on parlay picks. My suggestion is to go after 2, 3 or 4 team parlays rather than having one wrong betting six or more teams and losing your hard earned money.


2-Team Parlay - Falcons (-2) and Cowboys (+2)

Atlanta actually opened as a one-point home underdog and remained there or at a Pick until Thursday, when some wise guys money started pouring in and they were sent to -2. It is understandable as to why. Atlanta has been very solid all year and Matt Ryan was on everyone's list for midseason MVP. After 3-0 start, Philadelphia has lost four of five and begun to play like the team we expected before the season. Carson Wentz is having a fine rookie season, but is making more miscues every week, Atlanta by 7.

Maybe I will be all wrong, as Pittsburgh is fairly well known for bouncing back at home off a favorite loss. However, if they were that highly thought of they would have opened at better than -3 and sunk to the current level. Dallas is for real and has the weapons to attack a still very suspect Steelers secondary. The Cowboys for some reason under Jason Garrett play better on the road and are 6-0 ATS after gaining six or more yards a play in three consecutive games since 2014.


3-Team Parlay - Saints (-3) - Rams (+2) - Packers (-3)

When generating NFL picks, sometimes one of the hardest things to do is let go of preconceived notions. After another 0-3 start, New Orleans has won four of five and seen general improvement on defense and the Drew Brees led offense is doing the job. With the Denver beat-up in the secondary, teams running right at them and their offense inaccordant, the Saints in the Dome look good.

First, to admit, I don't like much about Los Angeles. Jeff Fisher is past his prime as a coach, the Rams have horrible quarterback situation and the offense line continues to be an issue. So why is Los Angeles only a two-point road underdog to the Jets? If Ryan Fitzpatrick goes, it will on one good knee and we don't know about backup Bryce Petty to say if he can do the job. Going with what oddsmakers are suggesting.

Green Bay look every bit the part of a .500 team. Yes, they have been ravaged by injuries at certain positions, but opposing defenses seem to know the Packers offense as well as they do. Going on the road may be the tonic Aaron Rodgers and his team needs. They played a very strong offense game in Atlanta and are No. 2 against the run, Tennessee's key strength. With the Titans 0-8 ATS after gaining six or more yards a play in their previous game, the Pack covers.


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