NFL Week 8 Parlays Picks & Predictions | NFL Play of the Day
It was a tough week for the parlays, but we did come close on our three-teamer and same game parlay. The Los Angeles Rams were unable to cover the 15-point spread against the Lions. The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens game surprisingly turned into a shootout.
My Team vs. Team predictions have been successful, as I’m currently up over 9 units for the season. It’s time to get the parlay picks to pick up the pace.
Let’s take a deeper dive to see what my favorite parlay bets are for Week 8 in the NFL pick of the day series!
Please note that all odds are from Caesars Sportsbook, current as of Tuesday, October 26, at 11 a.m. EST.
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Best NFL Parlay Week 8
NFL Week 8 Top Parlay Picks
Wager: 2 units to win 11.62 units
- Pittsburgh Steelers +3.5 (-115) at Caesars (at Cleveland Browns)
- Los Angeles Chargers -5.5 (-110) at Caesars (vs. New England Patriots)
- Washington Football Team +3 (-110) at Caesars (at Denver Broncos)
Pittsburgh Steelers +3.5 (-115) at Caesars (at Cleveland Browns)
The Steelers have won two in a row over the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. During this winning streak, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has completed 67.7 percent of his passes with three touchdowns and zero interceptions.
The defense has allowed a combined 39 points.
Pittsburgh is coming off their bye, taking on a Cleveland Browns team that is starting Case Keenum at quarterback and could be without Nick Chubb for another game. While D’Ernest Johnson looked terrific last Thursday night, the Browns are a bit depleted right now.
I like getting 3.5 points in this divisional clash.
Los Angeles Chargers -5.5 (-110) at Caesars (vs. New England Patriots)
This line feels like an overreaction to the Patriots’ blowout win over the New York Jets last week, as well as the Chargers’ disappointing loss to the Baltimore Ravens before their Week 7 bye week.
Simply put, the Chargers are Super Bowl contenders. Justin Herbert is playing at an elite level, and the defense is improving under head coach Brandon Staley.
It’s going to be tough for rookie Mac Jones to hang with Herbert and company in this spot.
The Patriots have beaten the New York Jets twice as well as the Houston Texans. Their four losses came against the Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Dallas Cowboys. New England hasn’t been able to beat a contending team.
Look for the Chargers to get back on track coming out of their bye.
Washington Football Team +3 (-110) at Caesars (at Denver Broncos)
Washington is now 2-5, losers of three straight, but they’ve really had a tough schedule. Their five losses have come against the Chargers, Bills, Saints, Chiefs, and Packers.
Their schedule finally eases up this week against a struggling Broncos team.
The Broncos’ defense has fallen apart in recent weeks, allowing big games on the ground (Browns’ running back D’Ernest Johnson) and through the air (Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr). Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke should be able to move the ball in this one.
Give me Washington plus the points in this projected close game between two struggling teams.
PARLAY: PIT +3.5 at CLE; LAC -5.5 vs. NE; WFT +3 at DEN (NFL Week 8)
Bet $20, Payout $136
NFL Week 8 Longshot Parlay Prediction
Wager: 0.5 units to win 13.85 units
- Pittsburgh Steelers Moneyline (+160) at Caesars (at Cleveland Browns)
- Washington Football Team Moneyline (+140) at Caesars (at Denver Broncos)
- Carolina Panthers Moneyline (+130) at Caesars (at Atlanta Falcons)
- Indianapolis Colts Moneyline (+100) at Caesars (vs. Tennessee Titans)
Pittsburgh Steelers Moneyline (+160) at Caesars (at Cleveland Browns)
We’ll add the Steelers to win outright because they’re playing much better lately and coming off their bye to take on a Browns team dealing with injuries.
You have to love the value at +160 with two fairly evenly matched teams due to the Browns’ injuries.
Washington Football Team Moneyline (+140) at Caesars (at Denver Broncos)
The Broncos have been abysmal on defense lately, and Washington definitely deserved better against the Packers. That game was closer than the score suggested.
Look for Washington to pull off the upset in a clash of inter-conference teams.
Carolina Panthers Moneyline (+130) at Caesars (at Atlanta Falcons)
The Panthers are another reeling team that has been held back by their struggling quarterback. Sam Darnold has been atrocious during this current four-game losing streak.
However, I still think they’re the better team in this matchup against the Falcons. Look for the Carolina defense to step up. This is a must-win game for the Panthers.
Darnold is better than he’s shown in recent weeks. This is an exploitable matchup against a vulnerable Falcons defense.
Indianapolis Colts Moneyline (+100) at Caesars (vs. Tennessee Titans)
Here we have a massive divisional clash against two teams on the rise. The Titans are riding high after consecutive upset wins over the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. However, don’t sleep on these Colts. They’re playing good football lately.
Indianapolis has won three of their last four games. During that stretch, quarterback Carson Wentz has thrown 10 touchdowns with zero interceptions. He’s really finding a groove.
Give me the Colts as home underdogs in this letdown spot for the Titans.
PARLAY: PIT ML; WFT ML; CAR ML; IND ML (NFL Week 8)
Bet $20, Payout $574
Same Game Parlay Picks NFL Week 8
Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills
Wager: 1 unit to win 2.64 units
- Miami Dolphins +13.5 (-110) at Caesars
- Total Points Under 48 Points (-110) at Caesars
Dolphins’ quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been solid since returning from injury, throwing for 620 yards and six touchdowns with three interceptions in two close losses.
I realize that these two losses came against mediocre teams like the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars, but the Dolphins are getting healthy (corners Xavien Howard and Byron Jones returned to the lineup last week).
We could also see DeVante Parker return for this one.
This spread is too high for a divisional game. I think the Dolphins will be able to keep it close with the game staying Under the total.
Same-Game Parlay: MIA +13.5; Total Points Under 48 (MIA @ BUF, NFL Week 8)
Bet $20, Payout $73
Frank Ammirante’s 2021 NFL Parlay Betting Record: 2-19, -10.87 units