The Best NFL Parlay Bets for Week 12
The Bengals remain winless after losing on the west coast to the Oakland Raiders and they continue to have one of the worst offenses in the league (27th overall in total yards). Since Cincinnati decided to bench quarterback Andy Dalton on his birthday (that’s just cold blooded) replacement Ryan Finley has not fared well at all. Against the Raiders, Finley completed just 47% of his passes and has been sacked seven times in two games. Combine that with the fact the Steelers got a couple of extra days to prepare for this game and I can easily see Pittsburgh finding their running game against one of the worst overall defenses in the league for a comfortable win.
20 Pittsburgh Steelers
10 Cincinnati Bengals
How the Bills will Buck the Broncos for Step Two in our Best Parlay
The Broncos gave a gallant effort last week in Minnesota and had the Vikings on the ropes for the entire game but still lost at the end. Therefore I think they probably won’t have much left in the tank as they travel to Buffalo. The Bills defense has yet to give up more than 21 points all year and are led by defensive tackle Jordan Phillips and his seven sacks.
Quarterback Josh Allen is finding his groove and accounted for four touchdowns last week against the Dolphins in Miami. Denver is only 26th in total offense and against this vaunted Bills defense they don’t possess much of a shot in this one.
26 Buffalo Bills
13 Denver Broncos
Dan Snyder Goes from the Hot Seat to the Driver’s Seat as Atlanta Completes Our Best Parlay
I’m not sure if anyone can figure out what has gotten into the Atlanta Falcons the last two weeks but whatever it is, it’s been working. Atlanta shocked the entire NFL world two weeks ago when they blew out the New Orleans Saints and followed up that impressive performance with another divisional blowout win on the road by smothering Kyle Allen and the Carolina Panthers.
Wide receiver Calvin Ridley had a huge game for the Falcons and—for the second straight week—the Falcons defense created nightmares for Drew Brees and Kyle Allen. I think they should be able to do the same against Jameis Winston; the preeminent turnover machine in the NFL.
31 Atlanta Falcons
22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Harry Gagnon spent 14 years as a Vegas Sportsbook Supervisor and holds a Communications degree from SUNY-Oswego. You might know him better as part of the Degenerate Trifecta on the award nominated betting podcast “Against All odds with Cousin Sal” on the Ringer Podcast Network. Feel free to find him on Twitter (@AAOHarry) and tweet him a message if you want to talk casinos, sports, or just shoot the breeze about betting in general cause, hey, that’s what Twitter is for, right?