There are some intriguing early odds available this week on Mybookie, and we want to seize them while we can. All of this week’s games are between teams competing for a high seed in the playoffs, and they are all between divisional rivals. With Christmas right around the corner now is the time for some tasty parlay bets to hit. Check out our top parlay wagers below for Week 14’s matchups so you can place your bets on the NFL Odds.
Parlay Picks For This Week’s Slate of NFL Games | Week 14 Betting Odds
MyBookie Parlay ONE: +600
- Leg One: Dallas Cowboys -14.5 (-110)
The Cowboys look like surefire Super Bowl contenders after a blowout victory over the Indianapolis Colts last week. In addition to scoring a whopping 54 points against Indy, the Cowboys have averaged 37.1 points over their last six contests. Dallas is one of the best all-around teams in the NFL; the offense has been on a tear since Dak Prescott came back from injury, while the defense leads the league in sacks.
The Houston Texans, on the other hand, look absolutely atrocious. The offense played so badly last game, the Browns didn’t need an offensive touchdown, and they still won by 13. The Texans have the worst offense in the league, averaging an ugly 279.3 yards and 15.7 points per game. Dallas should win this one by 30.
- Leg Two: Lions vs. Vikings OVER 51.5 (-110)
This game has OVER written all over it. This matchup features two of the best offenses in the NFL, and with both teams fighting for a playoff spot and the top spot in the NFC North, expect this matchup to be full of fireworks.
The Lions offense continues to get better and better, over there last four contests, Detroit is averaging 31.8 points per game. Minnesota, on the other hand, has plenty of offensive firepower themselves with Justin Jefferson, Dalvin Cook, and Kirk Cousins. Additionally, both of these NFC North defenses have been non-existent this year. The Detroit Lions rank last overall, surrendering over 400 yards per game, while the Minnesota Vikings are second to last at 398.7 yards per contest. Expect this matchup to go over.
- Leg Three: Kansas City Chiefs -8.5 (-110)
It is very clear that these two teams are trending in completely opposite directions. Denver ranks bottom in scoring offense with just 13.7 points scored per game, making them one of the worst football offensive attacks, while the Chiefs, who are averaging a league-best 29.2 points per game, will undoubtedly recover from their last week’s loss. Take the Chiefs because this game shouldn’t be competitive.
MyBookie Parlay Two: +600
- Leg One: Cincinnati Bengals -6 (-110)
With four straight victories, the Bengals are absolutely rolling right now, and they will get a great matchup against Deshaun Watson, who struggled in his return to NFL action last week. With 131 yards and an interception, his personal performance was terrible. The Bengals have been fantastic ATS this year and have covered in nine of their last ten games, including going 4-1 at home. Expect the Bengals to crush Cleveland in Week 14.
- Leg Two: Jets vs. Bills Under 44.5 (-110)
As they recaptured the top seed, the Bills are back in first place in the AFC East, and they will finally be able to play at Highmark Stadium, where they thrive at home. Buffalo has gone Under the total in eight of their last ten contests, and they should be primed to go under again in the cold Buffalo weather.
The Jets have gotten a spark from Mike White, but he faced a Minnesota defense last week that ranked 31st in the NFL, and all he had to show for it was two interceptions. White will face a Buffalo defense that ranks in the top-10 in the league in yards and scoring defense. Additionally, the Jets have gone under the total in five of their last seven contests.
- Leg Three: Raiders -5.5 (-110)
Don’t write off the Vegas Raiders just yet! The Black and Silver are on a three-game winning streak after defeating the LA Chargers. While their offense has gotten most of the attention, the game featured five sacks from the defense, which also held the Chargers to just one second-half score. Derek Carr’s team is just a few wins out of the playoff picture, making the Rams game crucial. Take your chances on Josh McDaniel dialing up a fourth straight victory for the Raiders.