NFL Week 4 Parlay Betting
NFL Football: Sunday, October 4, 2020
We head into week 4 of the NFL season and we see many parlay opportunities even though two NFL games are cancelled.
When we look at parlays we always look at all of the combinations and we don't just stick to parlaying two sides, two totals and of course if we see some solid moneyline underdogs to throw in, why not? that's where the money is.
Here is a NFL parlay to consider for week 4. Be sure to check out all of the various parlay combinations using our parlay calculator.
Miami Dolphins +5.5 vs. Seattle Seahawks - The Miami Dolphins have had extra time to prepare for this game and are coming off their best showing on both sides of the ball. The Seattle Seahawks are one of the more injured teams in the league, and now they get an early start on the east coast while having to deal with South Florida humidity. The Seahawks also aren’t playing a lick of defense and it feels like all of their games come down to the wire. The Dolphins will have a chance to win this game in the fourth quarter, making the points a worthwhile and safe bet.
Houston Texans ML -184 vs. Minnesota Vikings - The Minnesota Vikings defense is one of the worst in the NFL through three games and Kirk Cousins is back to being a turnover machine. The Vikings defense is also one of the worst in the league, ranked 30th in total yards and passing yards allowed, while the rush defense is 26th in the league. The Houston Texans have had struggles of their own and Bill O’Brian has to be on the hot seat at this point, but the Texans have also played the Chiefs, Ravens and Steelers. Finally, the Texans can breathe a little bit and find themselves in a winnable game at home. I believe Deshaun Watson can will the Texans to their first win of the season, and I’ll take the ML to save myself from any drama.
Chicago Bears +130 vs. Indianapolis Colts - The Indianapolis Colts have looked a little shaky up to this point and I’m not sure I trust Phillip Rivers on the road against a capable defense. The Colts No. 1 ranked defense is also a little banged up entering this contest. People keeping poking holes in the Bears being a fraudulent undefeated team and they haven’t played anybody noteworthy, but undefeated is undefeated. You also have to feel better bout Nick Foles at quarterback over Mitchell Trubisky. I kind of like the Bears this week, and I’ll throw them in my parlay to spark up the potential payout.
$100 Pays Out $577.73