Week 15 NFL Parlay Picks

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Week 15 NFL Parlay Picks

There are three weeks left in the 2016 NFL regular season and the playoff races in both the AFC and NFC are heating up.

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers were all mathematically eliminated from the playoffs this season. They join the New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, and Cleveland Browns.

Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers hung on to their playoff hopes, which are hanging by a thread, with a 38-10 win over the Seattle Seahawks.

Now let’s look forward. I’m not saying this list is easy on the eyes for skill or excitement, but if you like to stack cash for your NFL bets, my Week 15 NFL parlay picks are grand!

Week 15 NFL Parlay Picks

Not having a starting quarterback is not a reason to stay away from Dolphins, Jets, 49ers or Browns when it comes to smart NFL parlay plays. Some of these sports betting lines may jump, so you should jump on first.

Week 15 NFL 2-Team Parlay Pick

  • Miami Dolphins -3.0
  • Atlanta Falcons -12.5

Miami Dolphins (8-5) at New York Jets (4-9)
When:  Saturday, Dec. 17 at 8:25 pm ET
Where: MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey
TV: NFL
Odds: Miami -3.0

Analysis: The first Saturday NFL game of the season doesn’t exactly give us stellar QBs as the Jets’ Bryce Petty took over after Ryan Fitzpatrick’s lack of success and the Dolphins lost Tannehill for the season with Matt Moore taking over. This game could be about which QB is the least horrible.

The New York Jets are coming off a lucky overtime win over the 49ers they backed into thanks to the inconsistent play of Colin Kaepernick. The Jets had just come off 4 losses in a row that started with Miami and seem to have lost their desire to win.

The Dolphins are heading the opposite way winning 7 of the last 8 games played since rushing more and keeping the ball out of Tannehill’s (and now Moore’s) hands. By putting the ball in Jay Ajayi’s hands, they have limited mistakes and become a more efficient offense no matter who the QB is this week.

This offensive adjustment in the weekly game plan totally turned around Miami’s playoff chances after starting the season winning 1 of 5 games. The Jets literally look like they have given up the season and don’t give a *#&@. Well, Miami does care, and I would have no problem laying up to 5.5 points to the Jets this week.

Pick: Miami -3.0

San Francisco 49ers (1-12) at Atlanta Falcons (8-5)
When:  Sunday, Dec. 18 at 4:05 pm ET
Where: Georgia Dome – Atlanta, GA
TV: FOX
Odds: Atlanta -12.5

Analysis: You know exactly what you’re getting with the Falcons with a whole lot of passing yards offensively and giving up a bunch on defense. Since Atlanta ranks No. 28 overall defensively they couldn’t find a better opponent than the San Francisco 49ers who are ranked as the worst defense in the NFL.

Colin Kaepernick demonstrated why The 49ers have the 3rd worst offense overall when he couldn’t do anything on offense after getting a 14-0 lead against the Jets last week. The Niners Carlos Hyde had 193 yards rushing in that loss, but it is clear Coach Chip Kelly can’t figure out how to use that strength more to win games.

Matt Ryan lead the NFL’s 3rd ranked passing and overall offense this week without superstar Julio Jones or Mohamed Sanu, so you can expect the hapless and unhappy San Francisco 49ers to get a whole can of whoop ass in the Georgia Dome this week with healthy players.

Pick: Atlanta -12.5

Week 15 NFL 3-Team Parlay Pick

  • Miami Dolphins -3.0
  • Atlanta Falcons -12.5
  • Browns/Bills UNDER 43.5

Cleveland Browns (0-13) at Buffalo Bills (6-7)
When:  Sunday, Dec. 11 at 12:00 pm ET
Where: New Era Field – Orchard Park, NY
TV: CBS
Odds: Browns at Bills Over/Under Total 43.5

Analysis: I am giving you NFL betting advice on what games to bet, NOT which games to watch. Don’t watch this game-watch your bankroll size after this game. This is as good as it gets for Cleveland’s shot at victory glory this year, and I say nah or meh or nope.

I do love way under on this total to increase your cash stash. The Browns are only averaging 15.9 points a game, and in the last 5 games they average less than 10 points a contest. It’s hard to believe they keep losing games, and now with RG III they should be 3 times as likely to lose.

Pick: Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills UNDER 43 Points