NFL Parlay Picks: Colts-Vikings, Eagles-Lions Highlight Week 15 Parlays and Same Game Parlays

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The 49ers and Seahawks treated fans to an entertaining game on Thursday night — and a profitable one for bettors that backed San Francisco. The 49ers covered the spread for the ninth time this season and the fifth consecutive game. With games on Saturday this week, bettors can look forward to a weekend full of NFL parlay bets and same-game parlay bets!

Since teams will be fighting for a spot in the playoffs, the action will surely be intense. For some games, it could come down to who wants it more or who has the ball last. Here are a few of our favorite NFL parlay picks for Week 14, including a couple of same-game parlay bets.

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NFL Parlay Picks: Week 15, Saturday

This week, we are featuring odds from BetMGM, but you should always compare the odds at other top sports betting apps.

Let’s take a look at a few NFL parlays and NFL same-game parlays:

NFL Parlay No. 1

  • Vikings -4.5 (-110)
  • Ravens-Browns Under 38.5 (-115)
  • Dolphins-Bills Under 44.5 (-110)
  • Parlay odds: +581

The Minnesota offense can generate a ton of yards and score some points, but their defense has a bad habit of keeping the other team in the game. Do not expect that to happen this week. Jeff Saturday’s tenure got off to a decent start but has devolved into the mess many thought it would be. Their defense is still good enough to keep it close in the first half, but the Vikings will pull away in the second.

With Lamar Jackson out this week, it is hard to feel confident in the Ravens offense. Cleveland will probably focus on stopping the run and dare the Ravens to have Tyler Huntley throw (assuming he plays). As for the Browns, Deshaun Watson has struggled since coming back, and it is unlikely he will make great strides against a solid Ravens defense.

It is hard to say who will win this one, but don’t count on either team scoring much.

As for the Miami-Buffalo game, the Dolphins’ offense didn’t do much against the Bills back in Week 3; it did enough to give Miami the lead on a day when the Bills’ offense struggled to finish off drives. The Dolphins’ offense has been asleep at the wheel lately, and it will have a hard time waking up against Buffalo’s defense.

According to weather reports, conditions could be miserable, which could help keep the score low. But if you do not feel confident the score will be low, take Dolphins +7 (-115; parlay odds become +567). Buffalo will probably win, but the Bills have been dreadful against the spread (ATS) the last seven weeks (1-6).

A $100 bet would result in a $681 payday, your stake plus $581 in winnings.

Jeff Saturday and the Indianapolis Colts are featured in our NFL Week 15 parlays and same game parlays. (AP Photo/Zach Bolinger)

NFL Parlay No. 2

  • Jonathan Taylor Over 82.5 (-114)
  • Stephon Diggs Over 72.5 (-114)
  • Parlay odds: +252

One thing was certain when Jeff Saturday took over the Colts: he was going to lean on the run game, and he has. Since Saturday took over head coaching duties in Indy, Taylor has had 22, 22, 20, and 21 carries for 82+ yards. He may surpass his season high (31) in this game and could certainly go for 100+.

If the weather conditions are as bad as expected, Josh Allen will probably look for his favorite target (Stefon Diggs). Diggs is averaging 95.3 yards per game and has been held to less than 72.5 yards just three times this season; he had seven catches for 74 yards back in Week 3. Diggs will get his touches and yards in this game. No one else may do so for Buffalo, but he will.

A $100 bet would result in a $352 payday, your stake plus $252 in winnings.

NFL Parlay Picks: Week 15, Sunday

NFL Parlay No. 3

  • Eagles -9 (-110)
  • Lions +105
  • Cardinals-Broncos Under 36.5 (-105)
  • Parlay odds: +667

The Eagles are on a roll and playing a Bears team headed in the opposite direction. Philly has been solid ATS this season (8-5), including a 3-0 stretch over the last three games. The Bears, on the other hand, are more exciting to watch because of Justin Fields but they are not good enough to give the Eagles much of a fight. Chicago is 1-5 ATS over their last six games and 4-8-1 on the season.

It may seem odd to back the Lions, but Detroit may be the hottest team in the NFL, with wins in five of their last six games. The defense is playing better, and the offense is putting points on the board (31+ in four of the last five games). But the Jets’ offense has been solid with Mike White at the helm, but Zach Wilson is starting this week; their defense has given up 30 points just once this season.

Either team could win, but the Lions are trending up while the Jets are going in the other direction (1-3 in their last four games).

Colt McCoy will be behind center for the Cardinals this week; he is 1-2 as a starter this season and struggled to put points on the board (27, 10, and 13). If you are confident Russell Wilson plays and the offense can look as good as it did last week, you’ll want to take the over. But after leaving last week’s game with a concussion, chances are good he’s out this week.

With backup QBs behind center of both offenses, this game will not see too many points get scored.

Also read: Rams vs. Packers | Bengals vs. Bucs | Giants vs. Commanders | Dolphins vs. Bills

NFL Same-Game Parlay No. 1: Eagles vs. Bears

  • Jalen Hurts, anytime TD scorer (-125)
  • Eagles -9 (-110)
  • Parlay odds: +190

Jalen Hurts has been getting the job done for the Eagles all season. He’s recorded ten rushing touchdowns this season, including one in four of the last five games. The Bears’ defense has allowed 21 rushing touchdowns so far this season. As for the spread, the Bears have gone 1-5 ATS in their last six games; Philly has gone 7-3 ATS when favored by single digits.

A $100 wager would result in a $290 payday, your stake plus $190 in winnings.

NFL Same Game Parlay No. 2: Lions vs. Jets

  • Jamaal Williams, anytime TD scorer (+125)
  • Lions -1.5 (-114)
  • Parlay Odds: +245

The Lions are the hottest team in the NFL, with wins in five of their last six games. Running back Jamaal Williams has been a big reason for that success. His yardage totals have not been overly impressive (he’s had just one game with 100+ yards). But he is the go-to guy for the Lions when they get within scoring range; he’s had 14 rushing touchdowns this season and at least one in four of the last five games.

With their playoff hopes on the line, the Lions will look to him to finish drives in the red zone; he’ll score at least once.

It would be hard to pick a winner if Mike White was playing. But the Jets are going back to Zach Wilson, and there just isn’t any reason to believe Wilson will be any better than before he got benched. Jared Goff is playing well and while it will be hard to score on a solid Jets defense, the Lions will do enough on offense to win.

A $100 bet will result in a $345 payday, your stake plus $245 in winnings.

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