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Matt O'Leary shares his three favorite parlays for the late slate of NFL games on Sunday in Week 15.

3 NFL Parlay Picks For Week 15 Late Sunday Afternoon Games

Editor's Note: Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks moved to Tuesday at 7:00 pm ET due to COVID outbreak

Week 15 of the NFL season is here and it’s my favorite time of year with games on Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. It’s the best, with wall-to-wall NFL football at the end of the week. Today, I’ll be taking a look at the late afternoon slate of games.

You have the Bengals and the Broncos facing off in Denver, Atlanta at San Francisco, Green Bay at Baltimore, and Seattle at Los Angeles to round us out in the late window slate. I’ll be sharing three parlays for you this week with two of them at over +500. Let’s take a look.

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ML Parlay: Bengals, 49ers, Packers, Rams (+516)

Starting with the Bengals and the Broncos, I’m taking Cincy in this one. The Bengals have dropped two in a row after opening their season at 7-4 while Denver has turned their season around going 4-2 in their last six. Both of these teams have been hard to figure out but I’m going with the young dynamic offense on the road. This is likely the game I’m least confident about in the moneyline parlay but something about the Broncos I just don’t trust yet.

As for the 49ers and the Falcons, this one seems obvious to me. The 49ers have won four of their last five and Atlanta might very well be the worst six-win team of all time. They have very few redeeming qualities. Give me Kyle Shanahan’s play-calling over the porous Atlanta defense every day and twice on Sunday.

Green Bay should walk all over Baltimore this week. Something looks very, very off with the Ravens this year. Baltimore has lost three of their last five after a 6-2 start and have scored over 20 points just once over that stretch of five games. Green Bay should put up points on this Ravens defense that ranks second-worst in passing yards allowed.

Finally, there’s the Rams and the Seahawks. Seattle has looked better winning two in a row and the Rams absolutely have their issues with COVID but they should still have enough to squeak out a win in a close game. Again, this has nothing to do with covering the spread they just have to win outright which with the state of the Seahawks pass defense, Matthew Stafford should be able to take advantage.

Rams and Packers Offense: Rams over 24.5 + Packers over 2.5 touchdowns (+206)

Speaking of the Rams, I like them to put up over 24.5 points this week. They cleared this number the last time these two teams played and have gone over it three weeks in a row after a little bit of a down stretch from the offense. Matchup-wise, this is absolutely a spot for them to put up points.

The same could be said for the Packers too. They just put up 45 against Chicago last week and have gone over 30 three weeks in a row. Heck, on the season they have only not scored 2.5 touchdowns or more three times. This one could cash in the first half of the Packers game to be quite honest, or early third quarter at the latest.

Russel Wilson + Matthew Stafford each to have over 1.5 passing TD + George Kittle + Kyle Pitts Over 174.5 combined yards (+548)

This one is a fun one, starting with the Seahawks and the Rams quarterbacks throwing two touchdowns. Stafford didn’t do it the last time these two teams played back in October but has two throwing touchdowns or more in 10 games this year. As for Russ, he’s hit this three weeks in a row and six times in 10 games on the season. Stafford always does it and with the Rams COVID issues, I like Wilson to get in on the fun too.

George Kittle and Kyle Pitts are two of the best tight ends in the sport. Pitts is averaging 59.2 yards per game while Kittle is sitting at 75.7. They’d both have to be slightly above their average, which is entirely possible, with Atlanta struggling on the defensive side of the ball. This is a fun one, but let’s root for the young dynamic tight ends to take over in this one for the big payday.

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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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