With the weekend fast approaching, we now turn our attention to Week 15 and what betting opportunities we can exploit. My man Al Walsh already previewed the best Week 15 picks against the spread to exploit, but in this article, we’re going to look at how we can supercharge our bankroll with an NFL Week 15 parlay bet.
So, let’s dive right in and check out my favorite NFL football picks that will make a great NFL Week 15 parlay bet.
This three-team parlay bet pays out +595 at Bet365.
Week 15 NFL Picks
Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos
NFL Week 15 Pick: Broncos (-3)
|Points Spread||+3 (-110)||-3 (-110)|
|Total Points||O44 (-110)||U44 (-110)|
Do you believe in patterns? In their last eight games, the Bengals have racked up two wins, then two losses. Then two wins and two losses again. So, should we expect them to get back to winning ways this week against the Broncos? I don’t think so.
The Denver Broncos are 4-1 in their last 5 games and that loss came against a resurgent Kansas City Chiefs. Plus, they piled on the points against a very poor Detroit Lions team meaning they’ll be full of confidence going into this matchup.
Carolina Panthers at Buffalo Bills
NFL Week 15 Parlay Pick: Bills (-11.5)
|Points Spread||+11.5 (-110)||-11.5 (-110)|
|Total Points||O44.5 (-110)||U44.5 (-110)|
Okay, so the Bills have been poor of late and somehow let the division run away from them. However, after they a brave fight back against the Bucs, I fully expect this Bills team to cover the spread.
First of all, the Bills have the meanest pass defense in the league, right now. Meanwhile, the Panthers have the second-worst pass offense in the league. Therefore, the Panthers’ best chance is to run the ball, and if the Bills figure that out, it’s going to be a tough day in Buffalo.
Another reason to back the Bills has their ability to blow teams out of the water. In fact, in every game they’ve won, they’ve scored more than 30 points. Plus, the Panthers defense can’t stop the points from totting up against them.
The only potential issue is whether Josh Allen’s ankle holds up enough for him to start. But either way, I’m confident of a convincing Bills win.