Week 7 NFL Parlay: Sunday's NFL Picks and Predictions

Looking for a way to turn $50 into almost $1500? This week's NFL Sunday parlay is here to help
Brian Good
Fri, October 23, 7:21 PM

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Week 7 is here and so is another installment of the weekly NFL parlay. This week, it's a 5-team parlay with odds that could win you almost $1500 on a $50 bet. There's value all over the board that we're going to try and take advantage of on Sunday.

NFL Expert Picks

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tennessee Titans

Leg 1: Steelers ML +110

Another week in the NFL means another week of me picking against the Tennessee Titans. I was way off two weeks ago when they manhandled the Bills in primetime, but the Texans were the right pick last week. Houston was in control of that game until there were four seconds left on the clock, then the Titans get in the endzone in OT to cover. Sometimes you make the right pick and get unlucky.

This week, I like the Steelers to remain unbeaten and take down the Titans. Without Taylor Lewan up front, the Titans are going to struggle to keep the Pittsburgh pass rush off of Ryan Tannehill. Henry will undoubtedly get his yards, as he does every week, but if they don’t have time to throw the ball, they won’t be able to keep up with the Steelers.

Chase Claypool has emerged as a legitimate weapon for Big Ben and has been a huge reason the offense is averaging 31.2 points per game.

Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

Leg 2: Bills -10.5 @ +100

In all honesty, this spread could be 35 and I may still lay the points. Last week’s performance against Miami was about as ugly as it can get for the Jets, and the fact that Adam Gase still has a job is a modern day miracle.

In the last 11 quarters of football, the Jets have scored one single offensive touchdown. The one thing the Jets have going for them is Sam Darnold is back this week, barring any type of setback, so they should score once, but that’s about it.

Buffalo, after starting 4-0, is coming off two straight losses and will be looking to get back on track this week. Bills by 17+.

Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Leg 3: Browns -3 @ -110

Last week was a massive disappointment for the Browns. Their matchup with Pittsburgh was billed as two of the top teams in the AFC coming together in a clash of titans. In reality, Cleveland was no match for the unbeaten Steelers and lost 38-7.

The Bengals are also coming off a disappointing showing, but for a different reason. Not many expected the Bengals to beat the Colts outright, but once they shot out to a 21-0 lead, their eventual 31-27 defeat was heartbreaking.

The Bengals have a lot of offensive talent but are still young. The Browns are embarrassed following their poor showing in a big game. I expect the Bengals to struggle to stop the Browns’ start-studded offense in a big bounce-back game for Cleveland.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Football Team

Leg 4: Cowboys ML @ -107

I hate both of these teams. Both of these teams are really bad. Both are going through an identity crisis. But, Dallas is way too talented to lose to a bad Washington team, no matter the circumstances.

The loss of Dak Prescott is massive, but Andy Dalton is a sufficient backup. He obviously struggled in last week’s loss to Arizona, but another week as the starter will only make him more comfortable.

Kyle Allen looked better than he has last week, and Dallas’ defense is a whole new kind of terrible, but the stars on offense will keep the Cowboys in front from start to finish.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals

Leg 5: Over 56.5 @ -105

The fewest points the Seahawks have scored in a game all season is last week’s 27-point performance. They average 33.8 points per game and have one of the NFL’s most explosive offensive units. The WR duo of DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett have shown unbelievable chemistry with Russell Wilson and have the ability to score from all over the field.

Meanwhile, the Cardinals have scored more than 30 points in all but two games, and the Seattle defense would be the worst in the NFL if it wasn’t for a historically bad unit in Dallas. 56.5 is a big total for the NFL, but I think this one hits with some room to spare.

The era of dominant NFC West defenses is long gone with some of the highest-scoring offenses in the league residing in the division.

NFL Free Picks

Week 7 is here and the season is really hotting up. The Chiefs and Ravens have had their ups and downs so far, but still find themselves as the two betting favorites for the Super Bowl. The Chiefs should have no problems against the Broncos on Sunday, whereas the Ravens have a bye week, so perhaps it's time for another team to steal the limelight in week 7. 

Stick with OddsChecker and you'll get free picks for every NFL game this week, from Ben Gretch, Davis Mattek, Ben Rolfe and more. Plus you'll be able to compare the best odds from legals sportsbooks too.

Brian Good
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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for the all things sports gambling.
Feb 2020
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