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Looking at Week 6 for the NFL, Matt O'Leary gives three parlays for the late afternoon slate featuring a moneyline play and two same-game parlays.

3 NFL Week 6 Parlay Picks for Late Sunday Afternoon Games

After a nice slate of 1:00 pm games, it’s always good to get some action in on the late afternoon games. This week, we have some intriguing matchups in the 4:00 pm hour. You have 5-0 Arizona traveling to Cleveland to take on the Browns, Dallas going up to New England, and Las Vegas going out to Denver to take on the Broncos.

For the three games, I’m going to give you three different parlay plays that you could use. We’ll look at a moneyline parlay for all three games and then a couple of same-game parlays that I like as well.

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ML Parlay: Browns, Broncos, Cowboys (+296)

In theory, this one should be the easiest of plays. There’s no spread or props involved, it’s just straight-up winners and losers. In Arizona vs Cleveland, I like the Browns at home. I understand that Arizona has the better record but Cleveland's two losses are so bizarre. They had late leads on the road before getting just flat out beat by Justin Herbert and Patrick Mahomes, two of the best in the business.

Plus, the Cardinals have received three positive COVID cases yesterday. Like it or not that is absolutely a factor in this game. As for Denver, I mean it was the week from hell for Las Vegas. Jon Gruden is out, and rightfully so, after some offensive emails were leaked. Going on the road to Denver is no tough task for anyone but when you add in the external factors this team is dealing with right now, I think it could get ugly.

Finally, in theory, the Cowboys should take care of business against the Patriots. Sure, it being in New England scares me a little but Mac Jones has given us no reason to believe that he can keep pace with Dak Prescott and the Cowboys' offense.

Cowboys ML + Dak Prescott over 254.5 passing yards (+145)

In our first same-game parlay, I’m going with the Cowboys on the moneyline and a Dak Prescott passing prop. Dallas doesn’t have to cover, all they have to do is win outright which as I just explained I think they do as their offense has hit their stride scoring 121 points over their last three games (40.3 per game).

For Prescott, he’s averaging 273.6 yards per game this season. Actually, he’s only cleared this 254.5 number twice this year but as we’ve seen pretty much since 2019, he has the ability to pop off for 250+ at the drop of a hat. Plus, the last two weeks the Patriots defense hasn’t clamped down on passing yards as much as they did early on in the season allowing Davis Mills and Tom Brady to clear 254.5 yards.

Browns ML + Nick Chubb Anytime TD + Kyler Murray over 229.5 passing yards (+185)

For this SGP, we’re starting with the Browns on the ML. Cleveland is the more desperate team and honestly, you can make the case that their roster is just better than Arizona’s right now. As far as it goes with Nick Chubb, he already has four touchdowns in five games. The Cardinals defense hasn’t been particularly great against the run allowing the fourth-most rushing yards against and the second-worst yards per attempt against. Translation, Chubb could (and likely should) go off.

As for the Kyler portion of the prop, 230 yards has been nothing for him this season. Even in his worst game of the season last week he put up 239 yards and a 7.7 yards per attempt. The Cleveland defense should be better than what it was last week but that doesn’t mean that a guy averaging 302 yards per game can’t clear the 230 mark against them.

NFL Parlay Picks

ML Parlay: Browns, Broncos, Cowboys (+296)

Cowboys ML + Dak Prescott over 254.5 passing yards (+145)

Browns ML + Nick Chubb Anytime TD + Kyler Murray over 229.5 passing yards (+185)

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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