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Weekly NFL moneyline parlays are an absolute must for both serious and casual bettors. Going 5-1 on straight bets is a good feeling, but hitting that 10-1 parlay payout? Now that's living.
Here's what we got going for Week 2.
Give me all the Eagles I can get on Sunday, with Lane Johnson and Miles Sanders making their returns and sure to provide a massive offensive boost. The Eagles couldn't get anything from their running backs in Week 1 - resulting in Carson Wentz spending much of the game on his backside - but I expect a healthy dose of Sanders will keep the Rams' pass rush at bay this week.
This line is a dramatic overreaction to Week 1's results. Los Angeles wasn't all that impressive despite the win, barely beating a considerably shorthanded Cowboys team. A questionable Mike McCarthy coaching decision and a brutal offensive pass interference call saved the Rams from an 0-1 start, and now they have to fly across the country for an early kickoff following a primetime game.
The Vikings defensive line owes the secondary a big thank you for taking the heat after losing to the Packers. Minnesota has other issues, but Mike Zimmer needs to focus on just how non-existent the pass rush looks without Danielle Hunter, who will miss at least two more weeks. The Vikings' young corners still need some coaching, but I don't care if you have Champ Bailey and Charles Woodson out there - any quarterback is going to have success when he has all day to throw.
That's a concern for the club, especially before taking on a Colts team that just put up nearly 450 yards in Week 1 behind arguably the best offensive line in the league. People are seemingly buying a Minnesota bounce back here, but I'd much rather buy a loaded Indianapolis roster versus the Vikings' shorthanded defense.
Mitch Trubisky throws three fourth-quarter touchdowns - aided by some terrific plays from his wide receivers - against a Lions secondary without the top-three corners, and suddenly he's a big home favorite? To quote Jack Armstrong, "get that garbage outta here!"
Did we forget Trubisky went just 9-for-21 with a feeble 115 yards in almost three quarters before Desmond Trufant and Justin Coleman's injuries? Daniel Jones was much more impressive and made plays with his arm and legs versus a strong Steelers defense. I trust him to make more plays in Chicago as well - surrounded with better offensive weapons - in a game where points will likely be at a premium.
Full parlay: Eagles ML, Colts ML, Giants ML ($100 to win $861.70)
(Odds source: theScore Bet)
Alex Moretto is a sports betting writer for theScore. A journalism graduate from Guelph-Humber University, he has worked in sports media for over a decade. He will bet on anything from the Super Bowl to amateur soccer, is too impatient for futures, and will never trust a kicker. Find him on Twitter @alexjmoretto.