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Matt O'Leary gives three parlay picks for the late afternoon games on Sunday including a moneyline parlay and a same-game parlay.

3 NFL Parlay Picks for Week 10 Late Sunday Afternoon Games

This week, we’re looking at four games in the late window. Vikings and Chargers should be an interesting and high-scoring one, Panthers vs Cardinals, Eagles vs Broncos, and Seahawks vs Packers round out the 4:00 pm window.

While two of these games should be of interest, we can still have some fun with three parlay picks that I plan on placing for this slate of games. As always, we’ll kick it off with the moneyline parlay where we pick just straight winners.

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Moneyline Parlay: Vikings, Cardinals, Broncos, and Packers +707

The moneyline parlay is coming in at a mean +707 return. In the first game, the reason why we’re going with Minnesota over the Chargers is because of the run game. The Chargers can’t stop the run, they’ve allowed the most rushing yards and the fourth most rushing touchdowns in the league through Week 9. Expect the Vikings to come out and win a close one.

The Cardinals should steamroll the Panthers this week. Sam Darnold is hurt, they just signed Cam Newton yesterday, so more than likely they’ll be forced to start PJ Walker until Cam is up and ready to go. The Cardinals are arguably the best team in the league so going up against a backup QB and a team that’s falling off the rails should, keyword being should, be an easy cash on the moneyline.

I actually don’t feel great about this Broncos pick. Yes, they’re coming off a huge win but I’m concerned about a letdown at home against an Eagles team that is difficult to figure out. I guess the reason why I’m going to Denver is the Broncos defense should be able to maintain the inconsistencies on offense that Philly has had this year.

I like the Packers a lot this week. Sure, Russell Wilson is coming back but I think it’s going to take him a little bit to get in the swing of things. There will likely be some rust in his game and after a tough loss to the Chiefs, the Packers will be hungry to get back in the win column in the fight in the NFC for playoff seeding.

Vikings vs Chargers Points: Over 53.5, Chargers over 2.5 team touchdowns, Vikings over 2.5 team touchdowns +150

Give me all the points and touchdowns! For Los Angeles, they are probably the worst team in the league against the run as they are allowing 161.6 yards per game on the ground, for context the next closest is Houston at 136.9 yards per game. Minnesota should run wild in this game, but the Chargers’ offense is good enough to keep pace. In five of the Chargers’ last six games, they’ve scored three touchdowns or more and as for Minnesota, they’ve done it in five of their eight games this year. It’s the perfect storm for some points.

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Alternate Spread: Cardinals -6.5, Packers -3 +188

Am I a chicken or smart for taking the Cardinals at -6.5? It might not matter as they could win by 20 and I’ll be kicking myself that I took an alternate spread here. The Panthers will be without Darnold for four to six weeks and they’ve now lost five of their last six games as it’s gone off the rails for them in Carolina. Arizona is 8-1 on the season and they’ve won all but one of their wins by a touchdown or more. I’m confident that they do it again this week against a struggling Panthers unit.

As for the Packers, I am taking the -3 spread. I like them a lot this week as Aaron Rodgers is expected back and they will likely be motivated after a tough loss to Kansas City. Their defense has played well this year and with Russell Wilson likely having some rust after missing three games, Green Bay should run away with this one at home.

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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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