NFL Picks and Parlays: Top Week 11 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
Sat, November 20, 12:00 PM EST

NFL Picks and Parlays: Top Week 11 Parlay Picks for Early Sunday Games

Last week's parlay was a heartbreaker. We hit four of six legs and the two losses were brutal. We needed Najee Harris to score which he did in the first half but it was called back by a brutal holding penalty. The other loss was we needed just two more rushing attempts by Mark Ingram. He finished with 14 on the day and we needed 16. Just brutal as we were that close to smashing a +1560 parlay before the 4:00 PM games.

The good news is we're back for Week 11, and I'm feeling really good about this week. So it's either going to be prosperous or atrocious. No in-betweens. There's plenty I love across the board but let's try to cash another big one here! We're going for another 5-Leg parlay this time with all player props. It should come in around +2000 if you grab the best prices. This is our largest to date. Best of luck if you tail!

Nick Chubb to Score Anytime (-143)

This is a great price considering what we normally see Chubb priced to score. He has one of the best matchups a running back could ask for this week. Ignore any whispers you might hear about him being eased back after missing Week 10 due to a positive Covid test result. He goes up against the Lions who have allowed the second-most scores to opposing backs. Last week we had Najee Harris in this same spot and I mentioned earlier what happened there. He is a rare bell cow in today's NFL especially with Kareem Hunt sidelined for at least one more week.

Adam Trautman Over 25.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

Insert tight end facing the Eagles in 2021. Trautman has eclipsed this number in back-to-back weeks since Trevor Semien became the starting quarterback. He's actually topped this number in four out of the five games. After totaling 13 targets in seven games with Jameis Winston, Trautman has now seen 19 in three games with Siemian. He gets to go up against an Eagles defense allowing the most yards, receptions, and touchdowns to tight ends.

Dawson Knox Over 31.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Welcome back touchdown Knox! He topped this number in four out of five games before fracturing his hand in Week 6. The injury is behind him as he played the most snaps for the Bills out of anyone not named Josh Allen in his first appearance back from injury. Do you know how I just mentioned how awful the Eagles are at slowing down tight ends? The Colts aren't far behind. They've allowed the sixth-most yards, tied for the third-most scores, and the second-most catches to tight ends so far in 2021.

Rashod Bateman Over 39.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

Bateman has eclipsed this number in three straight games now. With Marquise Brown listed questionable with a thigh bruise, there's a chance of an even larger uptick in Bateman's usage here in Week 11. Since the rookie made his debut he has made an instant impact as many had expected. Are you worried about how Lamar Jackson looked on Thursday night football in Week 10? I'm not! The Dolphins blitz at the highest rate in the NFL and the Bears at the second-lowest. Jackson and the Ravens offense should get back on track. On top of all of this Bateman has at least six targets in every game he's played this season. We might get a true breakout this Sunday. Over the past four weeks, the Bears ranks bottom five in both yards and touchdowns allowed to wide receivers. They have allowed the sixth-most yards to the position so far in 2021.

Davante Adams to Score Anytime (-105)

You thought I was done? I told you there's a ton that I love this week. We all know by now the Packers will be without Aaron Jones this week in Minnesota. That historically means even more work for Adams. In this same situation in 2020, Aaron Jones missed a game against the Vikings and Adams went for 7 catches, 53 yards, and 3 touchdowns. Yes, THREE. In the other matchup with the Vikes in 2020, he lit them up for 14 catches, 156 yards, and two touchdowns. In the other game without Jones in 2020, Adams went for 13 catches, 196 yards, and two more scores. Only Washington and New Orleans have allowed more yards to wide receivers out of teams that have had a bye. They are tied for the sixth-most scores allowed to the position. Good luck this Sunday slowing down Rodgers and Adams.

Top Week 11 Parlay Picks for Early Sunday Games

5-Leg Parlay +2160: Risk $100 to win $2160

  • Nick Chubb to Score Anytime (-143)
  • Adam Trautman Over 25.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
  • Dawson Knox Over 31.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
  • Rashod Bateman Over 39.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
  • Davante Adams to Score Anytime (-105)

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Tom Viera
Tom_Viera
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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