Week 6 NFL action has arrived with a ton of exciting matchups to watch. Underdog parlays are a great risk vs. reward wager for any person looking to cash in big. Here are the best three teams to parlay on the moneyline for this week's action.
This three-teamer pays $100 on a small $10 bet, so is has some real bang for your betting buck.
The Chicago Bears are coming into Sunday with a 4-1 record after just defeating the Buccaneers last Thursday night. They haven't been spectacular by any means this season, but they're finding a way to win almost every week.
Mitch Trubisky was benched, and Nick Foles came in without skipping a beat. The Bears rushing attack still needs a lot of work, though. David Montgomery is getting touches, but they need to find a way to get him going. This will all start up front.
The Panthers are giving up an average of 133 yards on the ground per game. If Foles is able to play mistake-free football and the line comes together, the Bears will have success.
Christian McCaffery will most likely be out of the lineup once again for Carolina. This hurts because the Bears defense is top 10 in the league. Even though the Panthers have ripped off three straight wins, they're on upset alert this weekend.
Washington is the underdog in this matchup because of how bad they played last week. The Giants are favored because of their strong outing against the Cowboys on Sunday.
The fact of the matter is that both teams are really bad and this is a toss-up. Despite this, I do like Washington a lot at +135 odds.
Losing Saquon Barkley for the rest of the season really hurt the Giants. It has forced Daniel Jones to carry most of the load. He can make all the throws, but his protection and weapons that surround him are subpar.
Washington played awful last week and gave up eight sacks, but the Giants front seven is not the same caliber as the Rams. Despite this, they will need to do a much better job than last Sunday. If the Giants won last week, I'd like their odds, but that locker room must be deflated right now.
Considering how bad both these teams are playing, I'll put my wager on Washington. Betting the underdog will give the higher return.
Tom Brady should be embarrassed after last week's loss to Chicago. The offense looked out of sync, and he was the leader of this failure.
He didn't know it was fourth down with under a minute to go. This resulted in him taking a deep shot instead of getting a first down. This lack of awareness, combined with holding penalties, sacks, and personal fouls, is not a winning combination.
Brady has been bad at moments in his career. Everyone has seen examples of this, but the thing that makes him so good is his ability to bounce back.
For the Buccaneers to win this week, the offensive line will need to improve and give Brady time. The Packers front seven is on the same level as the Bears, so I hope they're ready.
If the Buccaneers defense can slow down Aaron Rodgers, they'll find success. With a hungry Brady, I like Tampa Bay's chances at home.
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