NFL Week 6 Parlay Picks – Bengals + Browns + 49ers = ???

NFL Week 6 Parlay Picks

NFL Week 6 Parlay Picks – Bengals + Browns + 49ers = ???

It looks like a lot of dogs will have a chance to bite in Week 6 in the NFL. All three teams for this week’s parlay pricks are currently dogs in the sports book.

Cincinnati, fresh off their stunning come from behind win over Seattle in Week 5, travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. Cleveland hosts Denver in what could be a trap game for the Broncos. In the third parlay game, San Francisco hosts Baltimore as a home dog. Keep reading for Week 6 NFL Parlay Picks!

My NFL Week 6 Two-Team Parlay Pick

  • Cincinnati +1
  • Cleveland +5.5

Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills
When: Sunday, Oct. 18 at 1:00 pm ET
Odds: Buffalo -1

Analysis: Cincinnati showed a lot of guts by coming back against Seattle in their Week 5 game to beat the Hawks 27 to 24 in overtime. After a disastrous couple of minutes where Seattle scored two straight touchdowns to take a 24 to 7 lead, Cincinnati scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to tie the game. They won it in overtime.

Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton is the difference in this matchup. Dalton has thrown his hat into the MVP discussion. He’s tossed 11 touchdowns to only 2 interceptions. He’s completing 67.5% of his passes.   

For all of the talk about Buffalo’s great defense, Buffalo hasn’t been great against the pass. The Bills are allowing opposing quarterbacks to average 274 yards per game through the air. Cincinnati’s defense will shut down Bills’ QB Tyrod Taylor. The Bengals should win this.

Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns
When: Sunday, Oct. 18 at 1:00 pm ET
Odds: Denver -5.5

Analysis: The Broncos are the better team in this matchup with the Browns. Make no mistake about that, but the problem with Denver is that their offense hasn’t looked good all season long.
Neither running back, C.J. Anderson or Ronnie Hillman, is doing much to instill confidence. The Broncos haven’t been that good on offense while Cleveland’s offense has really started to click. Although QB Josh McCown is questionable due to an ankle injury, it’s likely he’s going to play. McCown has been awesome this season. His QB rating is over 102. He’s completed over 70% of his passes in the Browns’ last two games.

The rushing attack is also doing well. McCown won’t have as much success against the Broncos’ defense as he had versus Baltimore in Cleveland’s last game, but he will do enough to keep this one close.

My NFL Week 6 Three-Team Parlay

  • Cincinnati +1
  • Cleveland +5.5
  • San Francisco +3

Baltimore Ravens at San Francisco 49’ers
When:  Sunday, Oct. 18 at 4:25 pm ET
Odds: Baltimore -3

Analysis: Baltimore travels to San Francisco to visit the 49’ers, a team that hasn’t looked nearly as bad this season as some might believe. Save for blowout losses to Pittsburgh and Arizona, San Francisco has hung in with almost every team that they’ve faced. The 49’ers stuck with Green Bay in a 3 to 17 loss. They almost beat the Giants in a 27 to 30 loss as a +7.5 point road favorite in their last game.

What has turned around in San Francisco? QB Colin Kaepernick has finally started to play well. Against the Giants, Kap threw for 262 yards and 2 touchdowns. He completed 65.7% of his passes. Kaepernick has two solid veteran wide receivers in Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith. He’s finally started to trust those two guys.

More trust could lead to a win straight up against the Ravens because without DE Terrell Suggs Baltimore has found it difficult to stop anybody on defense. Opponents are averaging 27.4 points and 378.6 yards per game versus Baltimore’s D.