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NFL & College Football Parlay Combinations You Should Try this Week

Every single week, we go out of our way to deliver our favorite picks for the upcoming games in college football and the NFL. WE have delivered those picks in posts that you will find on our site, but we thought that it might be fun to mix things up a little and create a few parlay tickets that are spread out over the Saturday and Sunday games. We have taken the picks that we really like from our previous posts and put them together to create three entirely new tickets. Let’s get right to it to see if we can make some money this weekend.

 

NFL & NCAAF SU Parlay

 

The LA Chargers are a game below .500 at 4-5 on the season, but a huge win over the Green Bay Packers last weekend might be just the type of win needed to kickstart a big second half. They will hit the road this weekend to face Oakland, a team that they have beaten in 4 of their last 5 meetings. I like the Chargers to make it back to back wins.
Rather than skipping over the biggest game of the week, we are going to jump right in and make a pick. The winner of the LSU/Alabama game will have the inside track to the SEC Championship Game and a likely playoff berth. This one is huge, but I am leaning towards LSU, simply because I don’t know how fit Tua is going to be.
With a win this weekend, the Penn State Nittany Lions should slip into the top 4, but they are going to need to down the unbeaten Minnesota Golden Gophers to get there. Penn State has won 5 of their last 6 meetings with Minnesota and look like a good bet here.

 

NFL & NCAAF ATS Parlay

 

We are off to the Conference USA for our next selection, with the Charlotte 49ers going against the UTEP Miners. The Miners have covered just twice in their last 11 outings, which puts me firmly on the side of the 49ers covering the 11 ½ point spread.

The biggest win in Week 9 came with the Ravens dropping 37 points on the defending Super Bowl Champions. There is always the possibility of a letdown game after a win like that, but I think the Ravens easily cover the 10 points against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Kansas City Chiefs also delivered an impressive win in Week 9, taking out the Minnesota Vikings. They should have Patrick Mahomes back this weekend for their trip to Tennessee. That positive piece of news should help propel them to a win, where they cover as a 3 ½ point favorite.

 

NFL & NCAAF O/U Picks

 

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons are perhaps a surprising 7-1 SU on the season, and they have got there by playing some tight football games, with 5 of their last 6 going UNDER. I think it will be another lower scoring game against the Virginia Tech Hokies this weekend.

When you have two great defenses going head to head, the expectation is that points will be at a premium. We have that this weekend, with Iowa and Wisconsin set to duke it out. The total is set at 38, which is a little on the low side for my tastes. I am taking the OVER.

The Indianapolis Colts are sure to still be smarting after losing on the road to Pittsburgh, with a late field goal miss doing them in. They should bounce back this weekend against the hapless Miami Dolphins, although I think it will be a low-scoring game that goes UNDER 43 points.