Top NFL Week 9 Parlay Picks
When you put your picks together into a parlay bet, you can win a lot more than you would win if you placed two bets separately and won both. We’ve looked at this week’s NFL lines and put together some primo parlay picks. Obviously, there are no guarantees, but our research team has put together some top suggestions for you to win. Home teams, as always, are in all caps.
Top NFL Week 9 Parlay Picks
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Dallas (-7.5) over CLEVELAND / MINNESOTA (-6) over Detroit
Dallas has the NFL’s leading rusher, one of the best offensive lines, and the quarterback who leads all rookies in rating so far this season, and the Cowboys are on a six-game winning streak. The Browns have had to put six quarterbacks on the field this year already, and their defense has given up lead after lead all season long. I like the Cowboys to win in a big way.
Minnesota comes in with a new offensive coordinator and the embarrassment of a 20-10 loss in Chicago fresh on their minds. Despite the fact that Zach Line is emerging as a force in the Viking offense, he is a long way from replacing Adrian Peterson. The Lions have a spectacular offense but lack the defense to shut down opponents, and I like the Vikings to come in with a lot more motivation on their home field and secure a convincing win.
New Orleans (-3) over SAN FRANCISCO / GREEN BAY (-7.5) over Indianapolis
The Saints overcame that Week 1 home loss against Oakland and have played surprisingly well, particularly on offense, as they took a big win in San Diego and then knocked off Carolina down in the Superdome. They head west to take on a 49er team that struggles on defense and still has not established an offensive identity, even under new quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
The Packers come home from a tough loss down in Atlanta, although the quality play of Aaron Rodgers should have reassured those who worried about the trajectory of his performance this season, as he threw four touchdown passes. The Colts still struggle to play 60 minutes of quality football each week, even with Andrew Luck back under center. I like the Packers to take out a lot of frustration on the Colts this week.
MIAMI (-3.5) over N.Y. Jets / Oakland and Denver OVER (44)
The Jets may have knocked off Cleveland last week, but the Browns have an excellent chance of going 0-16 this year. The Jets have two iffy quarterbacks — which means neither quarterback is really good enough to start. Miami knocked off Buffalo two weeks ago and has a chance to take down another division foe on their home field.
Denver does bring a stifling defense into this game, and Trevor Siemian tends to lead the Broncos in plodding fashion. However, I like the Raiders to take over the pace of this game and turn it into more of a track meet. I like Oakland to win, but for the parlay I would add the over here.