Best NFL Week 5 Parlay Picks Preview
Add to the excitement of your NFL betting with these juicy NFL Week 5 parlay picks. If you’re right on both ends, you make a lot more than you would have with a pair of individual bets…and when that second game is close, you’ll be jumping up and down with excitement.
Here’s My Insiders Preview Of The Best NFL Week 5 Parlay Picks
New England (-7) over CLEVELAND / Tennessee (+5.5) over MIAMI
Remember, this will be Week 1 for Tom Brady, and while he will have been away for four weeks, he will have gone through the full training camp and gotten preseason game play, so I don’t expect there to be a rust factor. This will be the game when he and Bill Belichick basically shoot the bird at the rest of the league, and it’s kind of unfortunate that a blooming Cleveland team will take the brunt. I see the Pats turning this into a laugher. Down in Miami, I see Marcus Mariota and DeMarco Murray spearheading an offensive onslaught that will catch a sloppy Miami defense unawares. Can the Titans hold on for the win? I’m not sure, but I think a late field goal determines this one either way. I like the Titans to cover.
BALTIMORE (-2.5) over Washington / DENVER (-6.5) over Atlanta
Joe Flacco has returned from last year’s season-ending injury and is poised to lead his team through a strong season. If you want to see the difference between where Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins is and where a Super Bowl champion quarterback is, go back to the video of Green Bay’s playoff win in DC last season. I like Flacco to slice and dice a fairly generous Washington secondary, and the Raven pass rush will keep Cousins on the run. In Denver, you’ll have a Falcon team that did not show a clear sense of identity taking on an ironclad defense. As long as Mark Sanchez can keep from throwing a pick-six, the Broncos should be able to keep the Falcons’ offense quiet, and the Broncos should be able to win by at least a touchdown.
DALLAS (PK) over Cincinnati / GREEN BAY (-8) over N.Y. Giants
The Cincinnati Bengals do have a strong offensive attack with Andy Dalton at the helm. However, the Cowboys will have their two suspended defensive linemen (Randy Gregory and DeMarcus Lawrence) back on the field, and (assuming Tony Romo’s bionic collarbone is still intact), the Cowboys should be putting up a ton of offensive numbers with that huge line and Ezekiel Elliott carrying the ball. The Bengals couldn’t hold off Pittsburgh with a one-armed Ben Roethlisberger in the postseason at home, so I don’t like them to win on the road against a resurgent Dallas team. Green Bay will enjoy hosting a New York Giants secondary that is one of the more porous in the NFC. I like Aaron Rodgers to have a big night while the Packers’ defensive line puts Eli Manning on his back repeatedly.