2022 NFL Week 2 Parlay Picks

If you’re looking for sure picks, below are my best parlay bets for NFL Week 2.

I have evaluated all the Week 2 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 $1,300.

Last week’s parlay didn’t hit, but I was correct on four out of five picks.

Buccaneers vs. Falcons Picks For Moneyline Parlay

Moneyline: Buccaneers (-800)

Last week, Tampa Bay started their Super Bowl title defence with a gripping win over the Cowboys. Brady had an outstanding game with 379 yards, proving he is still elite at 44 years old.

In 2020 the Bucs hit their stride down the stretch. They won their last eight games, including their Super Bowl victory over the Chiefs. They had almost 1000 more yards on offence than their opponents last season.

The Falcons still have concerns over Matt Ryan’s ability at QB. He only had 164 passing yards against Philly last week. However, the Falcons did add Kyle Pitts to their offence, who looks like a future Hall of Famer.

I think the Bucs will blow away the Falcons.

Seahawks vs. Titans Picks For Spread Parlay

Spread: Titans to cover (+6.5) (-110)

Tennessee is coming off a successful 2020 campaign where they returned to the playoffs. Over the offseason, they strengthened their defence and added star-wideout Julio Jones.

The Titans outscored their opponents by around three points last season. However, last week they were dismantled by the Cardinals. However, I expect Henry to have a more productive game which will help Tennessee cover.

The Seahawks managed to hold onto Russell Wilson over the offseason. They outscored their opponents by around five points per game last season. Seattle will be confident after a 12-point win last week.

I think the Seahawks will win, but it will be a close game.

Jets vs. Patriots Picks For O/U Parlay

Over/Under: (under 43.0 points) (-110)

These two old rivals face up for the first time this season. Both teams had a disappointing 2020 season. However, they will be starting their exciting rookie QBs this weekend.

New England conceded 22.1 points per game last season and scored just 20.4. However, they have strengthened their offence. Last week the Pats hit the under against the Dolphins.

The Jets scored 15.2 points per game and conceded 28.6 points last season. Their defence is full of inexperienced players, so I wouldn’t expect a considerable improvement. Last week the Jets lost in a low-scoring game against Carolina.

These teams don’t have potent offences, so they should hit the under.

Browns vs. Texans Picks For O/U Passing Yards Parlay

Over/Under Passing Yards: Tyrod Taylor (under 218.5) (-114)

Tyrod Taylor is coming into this season hoping for a fresh start. He is back to full fitness after having his lung punctured by the team doctor in 2020. Last week he had 291 yards from 21 completions.

Taylor’s last full season was in 2017 with the Bills. He averaged just 186.6 yards per game, which is similar to the rest of his career. He will be throwing to a below-par group of receivers this season.

The Browns’ defence was exceptional last year. They conceded 208.2 passing yards per game but 139.6 rushing yards per game. However, last week Mahomes tore apart the Browns’ secondary.

I expect the Texans to run the ball more, meaning Taylor will struggle to reach even 200 yards.

Eagles vs. 49ers Picks For O/U Receiving Yards Parlay

Over/Under Receiving Yards: Deebo Samuel (over 59.5) (-115)

Deebo Samuel is coming off a disappointing 2020 season where injuries plagued him. He only managed 341 total yards last year from seven games.

However, Samuel started this season with a bang. He caught nine passes for 189 yards and a TD. What astounded me was his ability to create yards post catch.

The Eagles’ defence was solid last year. They conceded just 237.4 passing yards per game last season. In Week 1, Matt Ryan only threw for 164 yards against Philly.

Even with Philly’s strong defence, I think Samuel will smash the over.

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