2022 NFL Divisional Round Parlay Picks
If you’re looking for sure picks, below are my best parlay bets for the Divisional round.
I have evaluated all the Divisional games and come up with my locks for a five-bet parlay. If you hit this five-bet $100 parlay, the payout would be just over $1,600.
Last week’s parlay didn’t hit, but I did get three out of five picks correct.
Packers vs. 49ers Picks For Moneyline Parlay
Moneyline: Packers (-245)
Green Bay is coming off its Wild Card bye to face the rampant 49ers. The Packers rested most of their starts in Week 18, resulting in a loss to the Lions. However, the Packers were on a five-game winning streak before that game.
The Packers’ defense is ranked ninth in the league in yards per game and is conceding just 21.8 points per game. However, the 49ers’ defense was ranked third in yards per game allowed.
On offense, these teams are evenly matched. They both averaged around 375 yards per game. However, the Packers are averaging more points per game. These teams met in Week 3, and Green Bay narrowly won that game.
These teams are closely matched, but I think the Packers will come out on top with home-field advantage.
Titans vs. Bengals Picks For Spread Parlay
Spread: Bengals to cover (+3)(-100)
Cincinnati faces the Titans on the road this weekend. The Bengals have been successful on the road this season. They have a 5-3 away record and are 11-7 against the spread.
The Bengals have been explosive on offense and are averaging 27.1 points per game which is seventh-best in the league. Their defense is conceding 22.1 points per game.
The Titans’ front seven has been outstanding this season. They are relinquishing just 84.6 rushing yards per game, yet Tennessee’s offense is managing just 24.6 points per game.
I think the outcome of this game will depend on how big of a role Henry has. But I still think the Bengals will make it a close match.
Chiefs vs. Bills Picks For O/U Parlay
Over/Under: (Under 54.5 points)(-108)
The Bills will be looking for their revenge after the Chiefs beat them in last year’s playoffs. These teams met in Week 5, with the Bills coming out on top 38-20.
The Bills have been solid on both sides of the ball. They are third in the league in points scored per game with 28.4. Their defense is conceding a league-leading 17 points per game.
The Chiefs have also been excellent on both sides of the ball. Their defense relinquishes 21.4 points per game, and their offense scores 28.2 points.
I think both teams will score more than 20 points, but they won’t hit the over.
Titans vs. Bengals Picks For O/U Passing Yards Parlay
Over/Under Passing Yards: Joe Burrow (Over 274.5 yards)(-120)
Joe Burrow’s second professional season has been outstanding. He threw for 4,611 yards in the regular season with an average of 288.2 yards per game, the third-best in the league.
Joe Burrow leads the NFL with the most yards per attempt and completion percentage. He is completing more than 70% of his passes. Chase has aided Burrow’s exceptional season with 1,455 yards this season.
The Bengals face a tough test against Tennessee. The Titans are only 25th in the league in passing yards allowed. They are conceding 245.2 passing yards per game but just 84.6 rushing yards.
I think the Bengals will continue their explosive form, and Burrow will easily hit the over, given the comparative weakness of the Titans’ secondary.
Buccaneers vs. Rams Picks For O/U Receiving Yards Parlay
Over/Under Receiving Yards: Mike Evens (Over 70.5 yards)(-110)
Mike Evens has had an exceptional last two games. He had 89 yards against Carolina and 117 yards against the Eagles last week. When these teams met in Week 3, he went for 106 yards from eight receptions.
With Godwin injured and Brown leaving the team, Evens has taken on the role of the number one receiver. He also has Tom Brady, who leads the league in passing yards this season.
The Rams have one of the best defenses in the league. They conceded just 183 total yards last week. However, they did concede 241.7 passing yards per game during the regular season.
Even with LA’s strong defense, I think Evens will hit the over.
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