NFL Christmas Day Parlay

NFL Christmas Day Parlay

Cole Paganelli
1 year ago
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill celebrates scoring touchdown against Buffalo Bills

It’s Christmas weekend, and the National Football League is trying to take over all weekend long. There are four days of football set to take place, and that means that there are just three games to be played on Christmas Day.

Just three games does mean that there is limited betting options on Christmas Day, but you can still put together a pretty solid parlay. Making a bet on all three games will combine into one nice parlay, and here are the best bets to make for each matchup.

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Green Bay Packers vs. Miami Dolphins -4

The 6-8 Green Bay Packers travel down to Miami to take on the 8-6 Dolphins on Sunday afternoon. Weather is going to have a big impact on most NFL games taking place this weekend, but that won’t be a concern in this game.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has not been as great this season as he has been in years past, but it does look like he is starting to turn things back around. Green Bay is a team that gives up too many points on defense, and Rodgers will have to lead the way for his team.

Miami is scoring 24.6 points per game this season, and they are averaging nearly 290 passing yards per game. Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill have formed terrific chemistry, and they should have a big game in this one.

This game will be tight, but taking the Dolphins -4 is the best bet to make in this one.

Denver Broncos -2.5 vs. Los Angeles Rams

A pair of 4-10 teams meet up in Los Angeles when the Rams host the Denver Broncos. Many people believed that these teams could make deep playoff runs this season, but Denver and LA have both been extremely disappointing.

The Broncos are getting quarterback Russell Wilson back for this game, but that might not be a positive thing. Wilson has been bad under center this season and the Broncos are scoring less than 16 points per game.

Los Angeles has a roster that is full of injuries, and they appear to have completely given up on the year. The Rams are averaging just 85 rushing yards per game, and they have too many injuries in the passing attack to move the ball.

Neither team has been any good, but look for the Broncos to go on the road and cover the small spread in a win.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals +7.5

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Arizona Cardinals are another set of teams that have both been a major disappointment this season. This game is still meaningful for Tampa Bay, though, as they can still win the NFC South Division with a strong finish.

Tom Brady has thrown for nearly 3,900 yards this season, but Tampa Bay is putting too much pressure on the veteran. The Buccaneers can’t run the football, and the defense has been put in tough situations as well.

Arizona has been a complete mess all season long, and they are now without quarterback Kyler Murray. The Cardinals are scoring 21 points per game, but they allow nearly 27 points per game on defense.

Tampa Bay should win this game, but it’s hard to expect them to cover a large spread. Take the 7.5 points in this matchup.

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