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For Week 11, Matt O'Leary has three same-game parlay picks that you can try for the late afternoon slate.

3 NFL Parlay Picks for Week 11 Late Sunday Afternoon Games

Week 11 of the NFL season is here and it started with the New England Patriots winning in dominant fashion of the Falcons. This week’s slate of games is an interesting one, especially the late window which we’ll be focusing on today.

There are only three games in the 4:00 window but they are all a spread of 2.5 points or less meaning that you’ll likely be treated to three great games. You have the Bengals vs Raiders, Cardinals vs Seahawks, and a Chiefs vs Cowboys matchup to close us out.

For these three games, I’ll be sharing three parlay plays to try for late Sunday afternoon.

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THE ML Parlay: Bengals ML, Cardinals ML, Cowboys ML +627

The Cincinnati Bengals have dropped two in a row before their bye week in Week 10. Losses to the Jets and Browns dropped them to 5-4 before their road matchup in Las Vegas. Both of these teams are coming off back-to-back losses with the Raiders dropping the last two to the Giants and Chiefs. This should be a very close game as these teams match up well but I like the Bengals on the extra week of preparation. Look for Cincinnati to get back on track with a win.

After starting 7-0 the Cardinals have dropped two of three and they’ve had to start their backup the last two weeks with Kyler Murray out with an injury. Murray’s ankle is returning to form and if he plays it should be a Cardinals win. I know Russell Wilson is back and all that is well and good but their offense has struggled against quality defenses, just look at the game against the Packers. Arizona is top-five in both points allowed and yards allowed so it could be another long afternoon for that Seattle offense.

Lastly, you have Dallas and Kansas City. Kansas City has won three in a row and looked much more dominant last week in their win over the Raiders. Is it enough to beat a team like Dallas though? I lean towards no. Give me the best offense in football going against one of the league’s worst defenses. This one has the makings of being a shootout but in the end, Dallas is the better team.

Dallas Race to 30 + Chiefs over 2.5 team touchdowns +370

This one feels like a gift and at +370 odds, I couldn’t pass it up. Five times this season, Dallas has scored 30 points or more in a game and when looking at the Chiefs they’ve allowed opponents to go over 30 four times this season. They’ve held opponents under 30 for five games in a row but this Dallas offense is built different with all the weapons that they have. With all due respect, this isn’t Washington, Tennessee, the Giants, a Jordan Love Packers team, or the Raiders, we’re talking about the best team in football here.

As for K.C., the offense looked the part last week putting up 41 points. They’ve scored over three touchdowns in six of their 10 games on the season and while the Dallas defense is better than it was last year, they are still susceptible to letting in 21 points or more, especially against an offense like this.

Joe Burrow over 229.5 passing yards + Ja’Marr Chase Anytime TD scorer +150

For our final parlay, we’re going with some love for the Bengals offense. Joe Burrow is averaging 277 yards per game through the air on the season and he’s gone over 230 in all but two games so far this season. On average, the Raiders allow 231 yards of passing yards per game but over the last three that number has gone up to 248 yards through the air.

As for Ja’Marr Chase getting into the endzone, he’s done it seven times this year in nine games. He is clearly Joe Burrow’s favorite target as the LSU connection has worked wonders in the NFL. The Raiders have allowed seven touchdowns to wide receivers this year which is actually a really good number but I just love this Burrow to Chase connection too much to pass up on this prop.

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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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