NFL Picks and Parlays: Top Week 6 Parlay Picks for Early Sunday Games

NFL analyst Tom Viera is here with a parlay across the 1:00 p.m. ET games. Find out how to win big halfway through Sunday's NFL action.
Tom Viera
Fri, October 15, 11:02 AM EDT

NFL Picks and Parlays: Top Week 6 Parlay Picks for Early Sunday Games

Last week our +1200 parlay for the 1:00 PM games was missed by a yard and one rushing attempt! UNREAL bad break for us. Laviska Shenault hauled in just one catch for 58 yards all game and we needed over 58.5 receiving yards and Damien Harris finished with 14 rushing attempts as he got dinged up in the second half when we needed 15 attempts. Leonard Fournette scored against the Dolphins and the Packers moneyline was a winner as well. That's what the danger of parlays is all about though! One bad break and it crumbles into dust. You know what they say though, "gotta risk it for the biscuit!" So I'm back with a parlay for the early afternoon games on Sunday's Week 6!

Los Angles Rams Running Back Darrell Henderson Over 76.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

Henderson and the Rams play the Giants this Sunday and as a Giants fan, I'm expecting this to be a route and so are the oddsmakers. The Rams are 10 point favorites so with the expectation of them being ahead Henderson should have plenty of opportunities Sunday at Metlife. The G-Men have allowed the fourth-most rushing yards in the NFL and Henderson has topped this number the last two weeks. The Giants have allowed three running backs to go over 100 rushing yards against them and I think Henderson makes it four here this Sunday.

Green Bay Packers Moneyline (-225)

Going back to what worked last week although it took overtime to get it done. The Packers are the second favorites to reach the Super Bowl out of the NFC right now behind the Buccaneers. The Chicago Bears look decent but that's all they are right now. They are down to their third-string running back and have injuries all over the offensive line. Granted, the Packers have injuries around their defense they should be able to put up points against the Bears. In games Aaron Rodgers has started, the Packers are an astounding 21-5 against the Bears! Including the playoffs, the Packers are 19-3 in their last 22 head-to-heads.

Baltimore Ravens Running Back Latavius Murray to Score Anytime (+145)

Murray has scored in three out of five games to this point. He leads Ravens running backs with 10 red zone rush attempts. He had three last week and no other Ravens running back has had one since Week 2. The Chargers have allowed 5 rushing touchdowns to opposing running backs and 1 through the air. The Chargers play with 8 men in the box just 9 percent of the time. This is advantageous for the Ravens and I expect Murray to be the beneficiary come Sunday.

Indianapolis Colts Running Back Jonathan Taylor to Score Anytime (-110)

After a slow start to 2021, Taylor has erupted the last two weeks. The Texans on paper so far, have been halfway decent defending the run this season. In his two games against the Texans in 2020, Taylor ran 16 times for 83 yards and a score, and 13 times for 91 yards, and added three catches for 44 yards and a score. The Colts are large favorites this week of 10 points, much like the Rams earlier stated, they should have a commanding lead and Taylor will be chewing up yardage and the clock. I expect Taylor to find the endzone for the third week in a row. These odds aren't the best but for a parlay, it's what we're looking for.

Top Week 6 Parlay Picks For Early Sunday Games

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  • Darrell Henderson Over 76.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
  • Green Bay Packers Moneyline (-225)
  •  Latavius Murray to Score Anytime (+145)
  • Jonathan Taylor to Score Anytime (-110)

NFL Free Picks: Week 6 is here after a wild Week 5. Week 5 saw Cordaralle Patterson and Kyle Pitts dominate the world stage in London. The Packers and Bengals back and forth overtime game with tons of botched field goals. Tom Brady and company continue to dominate. The Bills rolled over the Chiefs and are now AFC title favorites. The Patriots, Eagles, and Chargers all come out on top with 4th quarter comebacks. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals remain the lone unbeaten team and much, much more. This week, we'll see an NFC clash between the Buccaneers and Eagles on Thursday Night Football -- that one should be a ton of fun. A rivalry as old as time as the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears square off. The Arizona Cardinals put their undefeated record on the line against the Cleveland Browns, and on Monday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills will look to stay red-hot facing the Tennessee Titans. Hang with OddsChecker and you'll get free picks for every NFL game this week from Ben Gretch, Derrik Klassen, Justis Mosqueda, Nate Tice, Katelyn Heffler, Geoff Fienberg, Jason Radowitz, Matt O'Leary, Mike Spector, and more. Plus, you'll be able to compare the best odds from legal sportsbooks, too.

Tom Viera
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Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.
Oct 2021
Record
Wins
37
Losses
51
Push
1
ROI
21.71%
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