NFL Week 6 Parlay Betting Picks and Odds for the Weekend

NFL Week 6 Parlay Betting Picks and Odds for the Weekend

After looking over the Week 6 slate of games in the NFL, we’ve found three games that we think we have a good beat on. If you want to make a lot of money, you can put these into a parlay and get a lot more bang for your buck. Let’s take a look at the three games that we really like so you can get ready to make your bets against the NFL Odds.

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New England Patriots @ Cleveland Browns (-3)

We were unsure of how good the Browns were going to be this season. With Jacoby Brissett under center instead of Deshaun Watson, no one really had an idea of how the Browns offense would work. We knew that Cleveland would have a very strong defense, but it was the offense that was in question.

Even though teams are loading up the box to stop Nick Chubb, he’s still running strong. Chubb is averaging over six yards per carry, and he’s on pace to break 2000 rushing yards for the season. With teams doing everything they can to slow Chubb down, Brissett has done a good job of making things happen.

We all know that Bill Belichick seems to find ways to stop the strengths of his opponents. However, this may be the least-talented Patriots team that he’s had in a long time. Combine that with the fact that their starting running back is out, and we’ll probably see third-string quarterback, Bailey Zappe, under center. This is a recipe for disaster for New England.

Zappe has played well in his first two games, but he’s due for a clunker. We like the Browns to win the game by a touchdown.

Baltimore Ravens @ New York Giants (+5.5)

Believe it or not, the New York Giants are 4-1. They’ve played most of the season with third and fourth-string wide receivers, a banged-up quarterback, and an offense that relies heavily on Saquon Barkley. Thus far, Barkley has been great for the Giants.

As for the Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson might be the best all-around player in the league. Even with a limited arsenal of weapons, Jackson still finds ways to win games. Baltimore’s defense is banged up, but they still have played well.

While we think the Giants are a nice team, it’s time to come back to reality. The Ravens are going to win the game, and win it by at least two touchdowns.

Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles (-5)

The Eagles are the league’s lone undefeated team. After losing their Week 1 game along with quarterback Dak Prescott, the Cowboys have won four straight. Jalen Hurts has been tremendous for the Eagles. Philadelphia has a great offensive line, and AJ Brown and Devonta Smith are one of the best receiving duos in the league. And we can’t forget that the Eagles defense has been one of the best in the league.

Speaking of defenses, Dallas has a pretty good one as well. We’ll see how they plan on slowing the Eagles down. Cooper Rush has been great under center in Prescott’s absence. Zeke Elliott and Tony Pollard have been a good 1-2 punch in the backfield for the Cowboys

While many people think this is the week that Philly finally loses, we’re not one of those people. We think the Eagles win this one 28-21, and cover the five-point spread. 


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