Week 9 NFL Parlay: Sunday's NFL Picks and Predictions
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NFL Expert Picks
Leg 1: Broncos +4 @ -110
The Broncos are coming off a massive comeback win against the Chargers in Week 8. Meanwhile, the Falcons took care of business on Thursday Night Football against Carolina. For me, Denver is that team that always hangs around. Drew Lock isn’t great, but he’s scrappy and gets the players around him to play well.
Against a better team, I may be concerned about taking a team that has struggled to get consistent results. But, against a team like Atlanta, I think 4 points should be plenty, and I may even sprinkle some on Denver on the moneyline.
Leg 2: Over 52.5 @ -110
I feel like this bet is going to be pubby. But, that’s not going to stop me from going over here. Seattle is one of the best offenses in football and also one of the worst defenses. It’s almost a guarantee that Seattle scores 35-42 here and while the Bills’ offense has struggled some, the Seattle defense should be just the thing to cure that.
Defensively, the Seahawks have been so bad that they’ve let bad teams stick around. The fewest points they’ve allowed in a game this season is 23. Meanwhile, the fewest point they’ve scored is 27. Every single game of theirs this season has gone over 52, and they’ll continue that here.
Leg 3: Over 51.5 @ -106
I don’t know if we’ll see a defensive stop all game in LA on Sunday. Justin Herbert is absolutely the real deal, and is going to have the Chargers’ offense scoring at a high clip for a long time. The last time a Chargers’ game went under 51 was back in Week 3, Herbert’s 2nd ever career start. Since then, LA is averaging 31.75 points per game.
I think some will be remembering las week’s Raiders/Browns game and thinking I’m crazy for going over here, but neither team can play defense and both have the ability to score a ton of points.
Leg 4: Giants ML @ +125
I covered this one earlier this week, but I cannot understand Washington being favored here. Washington is coming off a win against a Dallas team that has basically punted on the year, but has looked terrible for most of the year.
New York played a very good Tampa Bay team tough on Monday, not to mention that the Giants’ only win of the season came against Washington earlier in the year. Washington’s strength is their pass rush and Daniel Jones struggles with turnovers, so I understand some hesitation, but I think the Giants are the better team.
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