The Best NFL Parlays

There are many NFL parlays to choose from this week. These bets are made by combining two or more different teams. Regardless of the combination of teams in a parlay, you should keep in mind that sports books tend to have a higher edge with parlays than with straight bets. That being said, there are plenty of winning options.

The best NFL parlay bets combine multiple favorites at a palatable price. For example, two favorites at -225 combine for +108 odds in a two-leg parlay. Another great strategy is to use teasers, which link two or more games together. Teasers give you the ability to adjust the point total and spread for each team in the parlay. They also offer lower odds.

The Rams’ running game keeps Rodgers and Davante Adams off the field. Meanwhile, Josh Allen continues his torrid streak as an MVP finalist. In addition, Lamar Jackson keeps exercising his playoff demons. In addition to these two teams, the second-lowest odds come from teams with two top-tier quarterbacks behind the center. The Browns are a +10 dog in Arrowhead, while the Bucs are a +3.5 dog at the Superdome.

NFL parlays can offer big payouts, especially when combined with other bets. In most cases, the winning bets are higher than the payouts of individual bets. However, you should also be aware of the risks involved. Parlays are high-risk, high-reward wagers. A parlay sheet can help you maximize your chances of winning a parlay.

This bettor decided to stick to his strategy, which helped him win many of his parlays. He bet on three games that had a low chance of winning and chose two that were in play for high totals. He also decided to bet on a high-value over-under game. This way, he managed to lock in his profits with a low risk.

In addition to placing bets on multiple teams, you can also place parlays on correlated outcomes. For example, you could place a bet on the Minnesota Vikings to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl. A second bet could be on the Baltimore Ravens to beat the New England Patriots. You can also bet on a team that has a weak defense and a player who is injured on offense.

Among the most popular types of parlays, you can also find multiple-team parlays. A five-team parlay, for example, would have a payout of 13 to five if all five teams score a touchdown. The payout would be $125 for a $100 bet. Those odds are attractive if you want to maximize your earnings. However, this wager isn’t as easy to hit as some other types.

If you’re planning to place multiple bets, make sure that you have enough information on the teams you’re betting on. You’ll be more successful if you have a better idea of the outcome of the game.

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