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NFL Week 4 Parlay Picks

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Well, to start Week 4, another undefeated team has fallen.

The Miami Dolphins traveled to take on the 1-2 Cincinnati Bengals and lost 27-15.

Of course, the headline from that one is the scary hit Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa took. We won’t go into detail, but it was goosebump-inducing.

Now, we look to the weekend slate of Week 4, and here, we’re building a three-leg parlay that you can get on right now for +596 odds at Caesars Sportsbook.

Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills

Pick: Bills -3 (-110) at Caesars

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Coming off a Week 3 loss against the Dolphins, the Bills will look to get back on track against a Ravens secondary allowing a jaw-dropping 353.3 passing yards per game.

Against the Bills and quarterback Josh Allen, this is going to be a rough one.

Yes, the Ravens will score their fair share of points, but these teams will likely exchange touchdowns, making this -3 number a bit irrelevant.

The heat in Miami got to the Bills quite hard, but now, in a “normal” climate, the Bills offense will look to unleash.

Hey, we all saw offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey lose his mind in the booth when the Bills couldn’t get the spike off to kick the field goal and tie—he took that personally and will look to rebound strong.

This game total could end up close to 60 when it’s all said and done, but take your chances on the Bills passing attack here.

New York Giants vs Chicago Bears

Pick: Under 39 (-110) at Caesars

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If you’ve read our previous best bets or parlays articles, you’ll find we enjoy targeting totals under 40.

While the Bears and Giants don’t scream high-flying aerial assaults, it doesn’t need to be for a game total to exceed 39.

Neither of these teams have impactful coverage units. Neither Bears quarterback Justin Fields nor Giants quarterback Daniel Jones are the second-coming of Patrick Mahomes. Still, they can make plays happen with their feet.

Also, Jones has some OK weapons to work with, led by running back Saquon Barkley.

The Bears are lacking in the playmaker category, but this could be a spot to get tight end Cole Kmet, on track after a dismal start to the season. His matchup could be better than against safety Julian Love, but between him, Fields running with the ball, and the Bears backfield, which has been their shining star, getting over 39 shouldn’t be all that difficult.

Two bad defenses equate to more points.

Atlanta Falcons vs Cleveland Browns

Pick: Browns -1 (-105) at Caesars

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After a collapse in Week 2 to lose 31-30 against the New York Jets, the Browns tightened things up on a short week and won 29-17 against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football.

Now, they’re just one-point favorites against the Falcons.

The Falcons have shown that their offense isn’t a bottom-barrel unit. They have rookie wide receiver Drake London, tight end Kyle Pitts, Cordarrelle Patterson, who’s more so an offensive weapon at this point, and the rushing ability from quarterback Marcus Mariota.

However, they face a Browns defense that should be able to create some pressure against Mariota.

The matchups are favorable for the Falcons regarding coverage for the most part. Still, the glaring spot where it could be problematic is Pitts going up against Browns linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah—he’s been fantastic this season.

The Falcons will put up points, but the Browns still can move the ball through the air with quarterback Jacoby Brissett. Their rushing attack will be too much for this Falcons defense that isn’t too intimidating.

The Browns can put up points and continue to do so in the Atlanta dome.

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.

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