NFL Week 10 Parlay Picks & Lines for this Week's Betting Games

NFL Week 10 Parlay Picks & Lines for this Week’s Betting Games

It’s time to make our NFL parlay picks for the upcoming week. Here are three games that we’re confident in. If you put them into a parlay, you could end up earning yourself a nice payday by betting on the NFL Odds!

Parlay Picks For This Week’s Slate of NFL Games | Week 10 Betting Odds

Cleveland Browns @ Miami Dolphins (-4)

While the Dolphins‘ defense still hasn’t gotten things figured out, the offense has. Mike McDaniel now has plenty of weapons at his disposal, as he has Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, Raheem Mostert, and Jeff Wilson, Jr. With a healthy Tua Tagovailoa running the show, this team can put up points in bunches.

As for the Cleveland Browns, things haven’t gone as well as expected. With Jacoby Brissett leading the way, the offense hasn’t been that bad.

Nick Chubb has had an exceptional season, and Brissett has done a nice job of finding open receivers. Things will change soon, as Deshaun Watson will be back.

Defensively, the Browns have one of the worst units in the AFC. Other than Myles Garrett, this team is void of superstar defenders. This was thought to be one of the better defenses in the league prior to the season, but they’ve been a huge disappointment.

With all of that being said, we like the Dolphins at home in this one. There will be some points scored, but the Dolphins’ offense will overwhelm the Browns’ defense. Miami is 7-3 against the spread in their last ten home games. We like the Dolphins to win by a touchdown.

Arizona Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams (-3)

Both of these teams have been a disappointment this season. With the Rams sitting at 3-5, and the Cardinals at 3-6 in the NFC West, these two have put themselves at the bottom of the divisional standings.

The Rams’ offense has struggled throughout the season, while the Cardinals’ defense has been one of the worst in the league.

Many have criticized Kliff Kingsbury’s offense for being too simplistic and easy to stop. Now that Deandre Hopkins has returned, the Cardinals have one of the best offensive weapons in the league.

Their running game has struggled, and this offense just hasn’t clicked. Defensively, this unit has given up a ton of points. The offense is partially to blame, but the defense is giving up nearly 27 points per game.

This game is huge for both teams. Neither can afford another loss within the division. Sean McVay has dominated Kingsbury in their meetings.

McVay’s Rams are 7-1 against Kingsbury’s Cardinals in their first eight meetings. We think that after this one, the Rams will be 8-1. Los Angeles wins by a touchdown.

Houston Texans @ New York Giants (-6)

While the Giants have started off the season well and are coming off of a bye, they’ll host a pesky Houston Texans squad. Despite only having one win on the season, the Texans haven’t been getting blown out this season. 

The Giants will be well rested and hopefully healed up over the bye week. Saquon Barkley has been a force this season. Brian Daboll has changed the culture of the team, and they have responded to all of his methods.

We like the Giants to win this one, but we don’t think they’ll cover. The Texans have covered a majority of their road games this season.


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