The Best NFL Parlay Bets for NFL Week 2
3 TEAM PARLAY: Pays Off +200
*GREEN BAY PACKERS -150 VS MINNESOTA VIKINGS
*BALTIMORE RAVENS -825 VS ARIZONA CARDINALS
*TENNESSEE TITANS -165 VS INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
The Packers struggled on offense on Thursday night versus Chicago but this game is in Green Bay. At home Aaron Rodgers will look to get WR Devonte Adams more involved in the play calling. Minnesota QB Kirk Cousins just can’t seem to beat the good teams in the league. The Vikings will not find things so easy in Lambeau, as they did last week in their home opener. The Green Bay defense did a number on the Bears last week as they recorded 5 sacks and 11 quarterback hits.
More importantly, Minnesota is 0-6-1 in their last 7 games on the road against teams with a winning record. Green Bay is 12-2 straight up in their last 14 games as a home favorite. The Packers are 12-0-1 in their last 13 games at home in September.
GREEN BAY 27
I don’t think the Ravens have ever looked so good (or the Dolphins ever looked so terrible) as they did in putting up 59 points in Week 1. QB Lamar Jackson and rookie WR “Hollywood” Brown looked like they have been playing together for years. Arizona put forth a great comeback versus Detroit, but this game is on the road and the Ravens continue to look like this seasons AFC North’s division winner. The favored team in this matchup is 5-0 straight up and the Cardinals are 1-10 straight up in their last 11 games as a double-digit underdog.
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The Tennessee Titans played a almost flawless game versus the Cleveland Browns last week. QB Marcus Mariota had 3 touchdown passes, RB Derrick Henry was solid on the ground, and their defense picked off Browns QB Baker Mayfield three times. The Colts have injury issues and after falling short in Los Angeles and they won‘t have much to recover as they start the season with back–to–back road games. Tennessee is 7-1 straight up and against the spread in their last 8 games versus their division at home. Whoever is favored in this division matchup is 12-1 straight up in the last 13 games. The Colts defensive line suffered some injuries on Sunday so look for Derrick Henry and the rest of the Titans running backs to exploit that issue.
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