Below are my best parlay bets for NFL Week 13 If you’re looking for sure picks.
I have evaluated all the Week 13 games and come up with my locks for a five-bet parlay. If you hit a 5 bet parlay the standard payout can go up to +2400.
Moneyline: Cardinals (-335)
The Cardinals are playing the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Arizona is 9-2 and is the number one seed in the NFC. They are also coming off their bye week, which should have given enough time for Kyler Murray’s injury to heal.
This season, Murray is 7-1 as a starter and is expected to return to the starting line-up this weekend. DeAndre Hopkins is also expected to return this weekend to significantly boost the Cardinals’ offense.
Justin Fields is a major doubt for this game, which won’t help an offense that only scores 16.3 points per game this season, compared to Arizona, which is racking up 28.2.
I simply cannot see the Bears creating an upset.
Spread: 49ers to cover (-3) (-115)
San Francisco has won four of their last five games and is on a late-season surge towards the playoffs. The 49ers’ defense has shown up in this recent run and allows just 207 passing yards per game this year.
Jimmy Garoppolo has enjoyed a solid season to date. Jimmy G is averaging 238 yards per game from 28 attempts per game. The 49ers also have an impressive 130 rushing yards per game at 4.4 yards per carry.
San Fran is playing a beaten-up Seahawks team that has lost six of their last seven-game. Seattle is also playing Russell Wilson, who is still struggling with a broken finger and is averaging 205 yards per game in his previous three starts.
The Seahawks’ aura has been dimmed and I see the 49ers blowing away their West Coast rivals in this Week 13 match-up
Over/Under: Vikings @ Lions (under 47 points) (-110)
These teams met earlier in the season during Week 5. In that game, the Vikings won thanks to a last-second field goal. The final score was 19-17, so 11 points under this game’s current mark.
The Lions are only scoring 15.8 points per game this season and are conceding 26.3 points. The Vikings are scoring and conceding 25 points per game this season. Thus, they are scoring a combined 40 points per game this season.
Another factor is these NFC North rivals saw their lead running backs (Dalvin Cook and D’Andre Swift) leave their games injured in Week 12. Both teams are averaging around 110 yards rushing, so expect that number to decrease in this game.
I don’t expect many fireworks this Sunday or appearances in the “Best of Week 13“ Highlights reel on Monday!
Over/Under Receiving Yards: Kyle Pitts (over 56.5 yards) (-115)
Kyle Pitts and the Falcons are playing against the Bucs this weekend. Kyle Pitts has the most receiving yards for the Falcons this year. He is averaging 60 yards per game.
However, Pitts has averaged 12.7 yards per catch in the last three games, even if he hasn’t been too involved. I expect Pitts to be targeted more due to the Bucs’ injury-hit secondary.
Tampa Bay has been allowing 247.5 passing yards per game, compared to just 81 rushing yards per game. This should give Pitts an increased role with Tampa’s strong front seven.
All signs suggest Matt Ryan will have to throw the ball a lot against Tampa, so I can’t see Pitts having less than six catches on Sunday and he should blow past his 56.5 yards mark.
Over/Under Passing Yards: Joe Burrow (over 245.5 yards) (-110)
Joe Burrow and the Bengals face up against the Chargers. Burrow has been excellent this season. He is averaging 263.5 passing yards this season, at an awe-inspiring 69.3% completion rate.
Burrow’s passing yards have dropped off slightly in the last five games. He is averaging 260 passing yards but with a higher completion percentage. However, every time Burrow has attempted more than 30 passing in a game; he throws more than 250 yards.
The Chargers are facing 32 attempts per game this season but are giving up just 205 yards per game. However, the Chargers have conceded more than 240 yards per game in their last three matches.
In this game, Joe Burrow is expected to throw for 258 yards, and I can’t see him throwing under 245.5 yards.
If my $100 parlay hits then I shall land $1,513.60 with BetRivers having the BestOdds for this particular parlay.
A parlay bet is a sports wager that combines several bets on one ticket alone. Usually, you would go with moneyline bets but can use spreads, totals, and futures.
You can include props in many cases, and bettors can choose to link together just two sides, or up to 15 or more depending on the sportsbook.
Parlays are wholly customizable meaning bettors get to choose how big they want the odds to go. How many sides will be included, and how difficult is to make each leg of the parlay or do the same game parlays.
The way to establish consistency is to have just two or three sides and avoid chasing astronomical odds. It’s fine to take your shot at a massive payout as well, but be sure to only risk money you’re prepared to lose.
Looking for NFL week 13 odds?