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Week 2 of the NFL season is here and Matt O'Leary has three NFL parlays for you to try your luck with in the late afternoon slate.

3 NFL Parlay Picks for Week 2 Late Sunday Afternoon Games

Week 1 was a fun one and now all eyes are on Week 2 of the NFL season. There's a ton of games in the early window but we're not here for that. This is an article that focuses on the late afternoon games, which there are five of this week.

The games we will be targeting are Los Angeles Rams vs. Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys vs. Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos vs. Houston Texans, and Las Vegas Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals.

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ML Parlay: Rams, 49ers, Bengals, Broncos, Raiders (+249) (Bet $100 to win $249)

The Los Angeles Rams got off to a slow start in Week 1 falling to the Buffalo Bills at home. They won't drop to 0-2. Yes, Atlanta gave the Saints a little bit of a scare in Week 1 but that won't happen again this week. The Falcons may back door cover but they won't win this one.

The San Francisco 49ers dropped a surprising one to the Chicago Bears while the Seattle Seahawks pulled off the upset win in Week 1. People are panicking about the 49ers and naturally, many are wondering if Seattle isn't actually that bad. Things regress back to the mean this week with the 49ers winning.

The Cowboys without Dak Prescott is going to be ugly. Cincinnati lost an ugly one to the Steelers as Joe Burrow was a turnover machine. That won't be the case in Week 2 as both Burrow and the Bengals bounce back.

The Texans finished Week 1 with a surprise tie while Denver lost on the road in Seattle. It was a pretty brutal coaching performance from Nathaniel Hackett but the Broncos will look much better at home and take care of business.

Finally, there's the Raiders and the Cardinals. This is the one that I'm the least confident in but I think we see Vegas get in the win column at home for their home opener. It won't be easy but that Arizona defense looked pretty rough in Week 1.

Joe Burrow over 1.5 passing touchdowns + Jeff Wilson anytime TD +239 (Bet $100 to win $239)

11 times last year during the regular season, and once again in Week 1, Joe Burrow threw for two touchdowns or more which is what he needs to get to in order for this parlay to hit. The Dallas Cowboys really struggled last week and will be without Dak Prescott for the foreseeable future. This one has blowout written all over it with Joe Burrow going off.

With Elijah Mitchell hurt, enter Jeff Wilson. The 49ers love to run the ball and he will be the one getting the most rushing attempts with Mitchell out of the picture for Sunday. He struggled in Week 1 running for only 22 yards on nine carries but against Seattle, he should have an easier go at it.

Bengals -9.5 + Joe Mixon Anytime TD + Joe Burrow over 254.5 passing yards +400 (Bet $100 to win $400)

You want to get nuts? Let's get nuts! Starting off with the Bengals -9.5, I have Cincinnati winning by two scores. Yes, they're on the road but after getting embarrassed in Week 1, this will be a motivated team down in Dallas.

Joe Mixon loves to score touchdowns. He had 16 last year and didn't get in the endzone in Week 1. Only twice last year did Mixon go back-to-back games without a touchdown.

Finally, we close out with Joe Burrow going over 254.5 passing yards. In Week 1 he went for 338 and his aver through his first two years in the league was 268.8 yards per game as a rookie and then 288.2 yards per game in year two. Burrow is going to be able to toss it over the yard in this game.

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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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