Top Parlays for NFL Week 16

Online Bookies Are Offering These NFL Parlay Bets For The Holiday

If you’re wondering what the plan is from NFL agents for the Holidays, wonder no more. It’s almost guaranteed that any promotional parlays offered will involve the 4 games listed here.

4-Top NFL Parlay Games for Week 16

Check out why per head agents are ecstatic about offering these games in promotional parlays.

Cleveland Browns +6.5 at Chicago Bears -6.5

Because Week 16 is the last real chance for the Cleveland Browns to win a game, 53% are taking the 6.5 points on Cleveland to get the job done versus the Bears.

That means 47% of NFL handicappers, so far, are willing to lay the 6.5 points.

Why are bookies offering Browns at Bears in their parlay promotions? The game forces NFL bettors to really handicap.

Both teams start a rookie QB. Neither team will make the playoffs. It’s tough to go either way.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10 at Carolina Panthers -10

There’s a close to 50% split on who covers the spread when Tampa Bay heads to Carolina to battle the Panthers on Sunday. That makes sense.

Even though Tampa is a worse team than Carolina, the Panthers are terrible at covering the spread versus NFC South opponents.

Carolina is 3 and 7 ATS in their last 10 games versus NFC South opponents.

Oakland Raiders +9 at Philadelphia Eagles -9

In Week 15, Oakland botched what appeared to be a sure-fire victory over the Dallas Cowboys. That hasn’t talked bettors off the Raiders in their Week 16 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Eagles backup QB Nick Foles threw 4 TD passes against the New York Giants in Philly’s Week 15 win.

Can Foles repeat his Week 15 performance versus Oakland on Christmas night? Will Oakland play Philadelphia tough even though their chances of making the playoffs are non-existent? Are 9 points too many to lay on a team with a backup QB? These are questions that your online bookie wants you to ask and answer.

That’s why Oakland at Philly figures to be a part of many parlay promotions.

Miami Dolphins +10 at Kansas City Chiefs -10

46% are taking the 10-points on the Dolphins. 54% are laying the 10 points on the Chiefs. This is a tough game to handicap because in Week 14 the Miami Dolphins upset the New England Patriots in New England.

Up until Week 14, Kansas City had looked like one of the worst teams in the NFL. Some bookies, no doubt, are going to offer Fins and Chiefs as part of their parlay promotions.

One thing to keep in mind is that just because a bookmaker chooses tough games as part of their parlay promotions, it doesn’t mean that sports bettors shouldn’t look.

The very best sports handicappers have an edge with parlay promotions over novice handicappers. That gives the best handicappers a better chance of scoring on a parlay promotion.

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