2022 NFL Week 15 Parlay Picks

If you’re looking for sure picks, below are my best parlay bets for NFL Week 15.

I have evaluated all the Week 15 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 $2,100.

Last week’s parlay didn’t hit due to Terry McLaurin’s injury.

Rams vs. Seahawks Picks For Moneyline Parlay

Moneyline: Rams (-190)

LA is coming off an outstanding performance as underdogs to beat their divisional rivals, Arizona. The Rams are averaging 28.2 points per game this season. LA has also scored 30+ points in their last two games.

Matthew Stafford has quickly adjusted to life in California and is averaging an impressive 302.8 yards per game. Cooper Kupp has been the best receiver in the league and his stats certainly back that up. He leads the league in receiving yards with 1,489.

The Seahawks might have found some form after two straight wins. However, the Seahawks’ offense is averaging just 20.9 points per game.

With the talent on the Rams’ roster, I can’t see them losing this divisional game.

Lions vs. Cardinals Picks For Spread Parlay

Spread: Cardinals to cover (-12.5) (-110)

Arizona lost its last game to the Rams. However, I am expecting the Cardinals to bounce back this week. Arizona has been very impressive this season and averages 28.2 points per game.

The Cardinals also have Murray and Hopkins back from injury, which will help them cover. The defense is conceding just 19.5 points per game. However, they are missing key defensive players such as J.J. Watt.

The Lions are conceding 27.2 points per game and scoring just 16.4 points. Detroit has lost by 12 points or more five times this season.

I think Arizona will blow away the Lions, who will yet again fail to add to their solitary victory this season.

Buccaneers vs. Saints Picks For O/U Parlay

Over/Under: (Over 46.5 points) (-110)

When these teams met in Week 8, the Saints beat the Bucs 36-27. On Sunday night, the Bucs will be looking for revenge at Reymond James Stadium.

New Orleans allows 21.9 points per game, compared to the 22.8 points per game that the Bucs allow. On offense, the Bucs are scoring a league-leading 31.5 points, and the Saints are scoring 23.4 points per game.

Tampa is on a four-game winning streak. The Bucs have put up 30 points or more in all of those wins. The Saints have conceded or scored at least 25 points in five of their last six games.

With all of those stats, there is no way these teams don’t hit the over.

Giants vs. Cowboys Picks For O/U Passing Yards Parlay

Over/Under Passing Yards: Mike Glennon (over 198.5) (-110)

Mike Glennon is expected to start on Sunday as Daniel Jones is still injured. Glennon has started the last two games for the Giants. In those two games, Glennon has averaged 189 passing yards.

However, Glennon did start against the Cowboys earlier in the season. Glennon managed 196 yards on that day and had an improved 64% completion rate.

The Cowboys have been conceding 250.8 passing yards per game this season, which is 23rd in the league. Dallas will also have to contend with a couple of injuries to their secondary on Sunday.

Even with Mike Glennon’s poor performance this season, I still think he will hit the over in this divisional rivalry.

Ravens vs. Packers Picks For O/U Receiving Yards Parlay

Over/Under Receiving Yards: Devante Adams (over 91.5) (+110)

Devante Adams has been exceptional since returning from injury. Adams has had three 100-yard games in a row and now has the third-most receiving yards in the NFL.

Adams averages 100.3 yards per game this season and 13.4 yards per catch. Aaron Rodgers has targeted Adams almost three times more than any Green Bay receiver this season.

Baltimore is conceding the second-most passing yards per game. The Ravens’ defense has also been hit with injuries to key players, such as Marcus Peters and Marlon Humphrey.

I think this is a safe bet with Baltimore’s injuries and Adamas’ excellent form.

Check out NFL Week 16 parlay picks and see how we did with last week’s parlay predictions.