Our NFL sports betting writers submit their Best Week 6 Parlays for football action. Use these betting tips from Anthony Cervino and Paul Shapiro for your NFL wagers.
Best Week 6 Parlays
NFL PARLAY 1All odds and lines from PointsBet, current as of Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET.
Pittsburgh Steelers -3 (-115)
Miami Dolphins -9.5 (-105)
Dallas Cowboys (+110)
+666 Odds: Bet $10 to win $66.65
Pittsburgh Steelers -3 (-115)We start at 1 p.m. with the Pittsburgh Steelers -3 (-115) to beat the Cleveland Browns. Ben Roethlisberger has utterly dominated the Browns in his career, especially at Heinz Field where he is a perfect 12-0. Plus, in 26 career games versus the Browns, Roethlisberger has a 17-0 record when he has a passer rating of at least 90. Expect Pittsburgh to win this game; it’s a question of by how many points.
Miami Dolphins -9.5 (-105)Then we get the Miami Dolphins at home against the winless New York Jets in the 4 p.m. block. The Dolphins are coming off a huge 43-17 win over the 49ers in San Fran and take on a Jets team that just released its best player. Gang Green is also starting its backup, Joe Flacco, at QB for the second straight week, something that should help lead the Dolphins to another win by 10-plus points.
Dallas Cowboys (+110)And last but certainly not least, the Dallas Cowboys are underdogs at home on Monday night against the Arizona Cardinals. Despite losing Dak Prescott to a season-ending ankle injury, Andy Dalton isn’t that big of a downgrade. If Dak were starting, the Cowboys would be favored by at least a touchdown. Expect the Cowboys to win outright with the Red Rifle in his first career start in Dallas.
NFL PARLAY 2All odds and lines are from PointsBet, current as of Thursday at 9 a.m. ET.
Chicago Bears +100
Dallas Cowboys +105
San Francsico 49ers +3.5
+651 Odds: Bet $10 to win $65.17
Chicago Bears (+100)I love the Bears to win outright on the road on Sunday. While the Panthers enter the game on a three-game win streak, they have not beaten a defense as smothering as Chicago’s can be. In fact, the best defense Carolina has played to date was the Buccaneers, and they lost that game 31-17 back in Week 2. The Bears, on the other hand, are 2-0 in road matchups this season and are coming off a dramatic momentum-swinging win last Thursday night over Tampa. This could be one of the games in which the Bears put it all together and show that their 4-1 record is no fluke.
Dallas Cowboys (+105)Many have the Cowboys left for dead following Dak Prescott‘s season-ending ankle injury suffered in last week’s win over the Giants. However, with Andy Dalton as the Dallas starter, I wouldn’t count the Cowboys out just yet. Dalton was a winning and an effective signal-caller in his early years in Cincinnati, posting a 50-26-1 record in his first five years in the league without a losing season including four straight years with double-digit wins.
[esi sportsbookgrid num=3 ttl=”0″]While the Cardinals are 3-2, two of their wins were over Washington and the Jets. The Cowboys present a much-better offense for Arizona’s erratic defense to contend with. Moreover, with Dalton starting, the Cowboys are expected to lean more on Ezekiel Elliott, which will protect the Cowboys’ atrocious defense by keeping the enemy offense off the field. I like Dallas to win a close one on Monday night.