betJACK Parlay: NFL Sunday October 16

betJACK Parlay: NFL Sunday October 16

Tyler Vaysman
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Week 6 of the NFL season is set to have some big games on the schedule, and that includes a big game for both teams from Ohio. This is around the time of year when teams start to really figure things out, and it’s easier to handicap betting matchups.

Putting together a four-team moneyline parlay is a great betting option when it comes to the NFL. Here are the four best NFL moneyline parlay picks to make for NFL Week 6 action.

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San Francisco 49ers (-225) vs. Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons have been a pleasant surprise this season, as they haven’t been as bad as expected. Atlanta can really score some points, and the Falcons always seem to enjoy a nice home field advantage.

San Francisco has had an interesting start to the 2022 season, but they continue to be one of the best teams in the league. The 49ers have a great defense, and the offense should be good enough to win this game.

Take the 49ers on the road to begin your four-team NFL parlay.

New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns (-135)

The Cleveland Browns are actually going to be the home team that you should look to include in your four-team moneyline parlay. Cleveland needs a win in a big way, and they are facing a New England Patriots team that is struggling as well.

The passing attack for each team has been tough to watch, but the Cleveland Browns have a really big advantage in the run game. This game should be close, but ultimately it will be the running backs for Cleveland that take control and win this game for the Browns.

Cincinnati Bengals (-140) at New Orleans Saints

The Cincinnati Bengals just have not looked like themselves all season long, and that starts with quarterback Joe Burrow. Burrow has been turning the ball over way too much to begin the year, and his miscues have kept the Bengals from finding much momentum on offense.

New Orleans is a team that doesn’t have much offensive firepower at all, but they do have a solid defense. The Saints have the ability to force Burrow into some mistakes in this one, but the young QB won’t bite this time around.

Cincinnati needs a big win in Week 6, and they are going to go on the road and get it done.

Buffalo Bills (-145) at Kansas City Chiefs

The biggest game set to take place in Week 6 will be played at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City as the Chiefs host the Buffalo Bills. Not only are these two of the best teams in the league, but this is a rematch of an AFC Playoff Game from a season ago.

Both of these teams can really score on offense, and defense might be optional in this game. Buffalo just has more to prove in this game, and the Bills are going to pick up a big win on the road in this one.

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