The Best NFL Parlay of Week 11: Time to go Marauding
-240 Bills at Dolphins
-470 Vikings at Broncos
-500 Raiders vs. Bengals
The Bills need to bounce back from losing to the Browns, and have a great chance to do so against the Dolphins in Miami and in doing so sow up a wildcard spot. The Bills have a couple of easy games the next two weeks, taking on the Broncos in Week 12, but have a rough stretch after that: including games against Dallas, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and New England. The Bills have beaten Miami in four of the last five games and possess the 12th best rushing offense in the league.
Buffalo will look to incorporate rookie running back Devin Singletary a bit more than the 11 touches he got versus Cleveland. He has four total touchdowns on the season and is getting 6.4 yards per carry. Miami—despite playing well lately—is still 31st in the league in total yards and 28th in passing yards per game. Buffalo has the 3rd best passing defense in the league and will shut down wide receiver Devante Parker (who leads Dolphins with just 33 receptions) and the rest of the ‘Phins. Take the Bills to bounce back.
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26 BUFFALO BILLS
16 MIAMI DOLPHINS
The Vikings are coming off a great road win against Dallas and have the 3rd best rushing attack in football. Not only that, but Dalvin Cook is a legitimate MVP candidate, posting for over 1400 yards. Now Cook and the Vikings return home where they have been the best in the league, outscoring their opponents 119-55. Denver meanwhile has many issues and is 27th in total yards. Minnesota goes to 5-0 at home in a cakewalk.
24 MINNESOTA VIKINGS
6 DENVER BRONCOS
The Raiders have won two in a row and are quickly gaining confidence as the season gets older. Oakland is 4-1 at home (their only loss was to the Chiefs) and quarterback Derek Carr has 14 touchdown passes while only throwing four interceptions. But he’s not alone in the rejuvenated offense; running back Josh Jacobs is running well, averaging five yards a carry while punching it into the end zone seven times.
The Bengals, on the other hand, astoundingly do not have a single rushing touchdown from their running backs this season. Defensively, Raiders linebacker Tahir Whitehead has been great and leads the team in tackles, including 23 more than the next highest Raider defender. The Bengals are simply pathetic and rank 26th in total yards and are dead last in the league in total yards against.
28 OAKLAND RAIDERS
10 CINCINNATI BENGALS
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