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NFL Week 4: Get Bettors Excited With These 5 Parlays

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/28/2017

Online bookie agents can get bettors excited with the following NFL Week 4 Parlay Bets.

 

Before getting into why these parlays are going to excite pro players and casual players alike, it’s important to note that when it comes to the NFL, it’s difficult for bettors to hit any parlay.

On to the NFL Week 4 parlays!

NFL Top 5 Parlays

2-Team Parlay:  Jacksonville -3.5 at New York Jets

                           Cincinnati -3 at Cleveland

Jacksonville dominated the Baltimore Ravens 44 to 7 in NFL Week 3. The Jags have a very good defense while most bettors don’t believe the Jets’ offense is good at all.

Right now, an incredible 70% of NFL handicappers are all over the Jaguars. Why wouldn’t those players start their parlay bets with Jacksonville at -3.5?

Cincinnati had a 21 to 7 lead over Green Bay at Lambeau Field in NFL Week 3. If not for the heroics of Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Bengals might have won their first game of the season.

Cincinnati should have no trouble dominating Cleveland. 66% are all over the Bengals at -3.

3-Team Parlay Add:  New Orleans -2 vs Miami

The New Orleans Saints upset the Carolina Panthers 34 to 13 as a +5.5 road dog in Week 3. Carolina was undefeated. Miami lost to the New York Jets 6 to 20 as a -6-road favorite in NFL Week 3.

Does Miami stand much of a chance against the Saints? 66% of bettors don’t believe the Dolphins do.

4-Team Parlay Add:  Pittsburgh -3 at Baltimore

63% of NFL handicappers feel that Pittsburgh covers the 3-point spread against the Baltimore Ravens. Because the Ravens lost 7 to 44 to Jacksonville in Week 3, it’s obvious that Pittsburgh is a solid play for any 4-Team parlays.

5-Team Parlay Add:  Atlanta -8 vs Buffalo

Atlanta’s offense should be too much for Buffalo’s defense. Not only that, the Falcons are undefeated while Buffalo couldn’t score more than 6 points against Carolina in NFL Week 2.

The Saints just racked the Panthers with 34 points.

Per head agents should use some of the statements above to promote certain teams in NFL Week 4 parlay bets. The bottom line when it comes to parlay betting and the NFL is that online bookie agents always have the edge.

 The reason the 5 teams above are highlighted is because interest should be high on all 5 teams.

Another NFL Week 4 game to keep in mind is New England at home versus Carolina. The game could go either way even though 63% of NFL bettors back the Patriots at -9.

As previously stated, it’s difficult for any bettor to hit a parlay. So, promoting them is a win for an online bookie most often.

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