NFL Parlays Week 10

Gio Annatelli
Last Updated: Nov 8, 2023

It’s a new NFL week, which means another opportunity to hit all our bets. Why place a boring straight bet when you can cash a couple of parlays?

Outside of a few outliers on the slate, there are a lot of close matchups in Week 10. Is it because there are a lot of ugly games featuring bad teams on the schedule? Who’s to say?

No matter what the schedule entails, there are still plenty of opportunities to win some money. Let’s get into my best NFL Week 10 parlay picks.

NFL Week 10 Parlay Picks

All NFL betting odds used for these Week 10 parlays are current as of Wednesday, Nov. 8, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Best Parlay: IND ML + BAL ML (+156)

Longshot Parlay: HOU +7 + MIN ML + TEN-TB Over 38.5 + DAL Over 29.5 (+1672)

Same Game Parlay: WAS +6 + SEA Over 22.5 (+325)

NFL Week 10 Best Parlay Bet

Week 10 Best Parlay (+156)

  • Colts ML (-122) vs Patriots
  • Ravens ML (-245) vs Browns

The last game of the NFL International Series is here, and could it end with a worse game than the Colts vs Patriots? I thought we wanted to grow the game internationally. Anyway, let’s give ourselves a reason to wake up early and watch this game.

Though the Gardner Minshew era hasn’t been all that great, the Colts are still a talented enough team to put up points and get wins. Meanwhile, the Patriots are one of the worst teams in the NFL. This should be an easy win for Indy.

It’s been five weeks since the Baltimore Ravens last played the Cleveland Browns, and both teams have suffered just one loss since. However, the Ravens are on a four-game win streak and have outscored their opponents 140-66 during that span.

The Ravens handily took care of business the first time around, holding the Browns to just a field goal. Lamar Jackson has been great, Baltimore has the best rushing attack in the NFL, and the defense has been menacing. I wouldn’t want to play against Baltimore any time soon.

NFL Week 10 Longshot Parlay Bet

Week 10 Longshot Parlay (+1672)

  • Texans +7 (-115) vs Bengals
  • Vikings ML (+114) vs Saints
  • Titans vs Buccaneers Over 38.5 (-108)
  • Cowboys: Over 29.5 (+130) vs Giants

This parlay is not for the faint of heart, but it’s called a longshot for a reason. And if it hits, you’re looking at a pretty decent payout.

Let’s start with the toughest leg to hit: Houston Texans +6.5 against the Cincinnati Bengals on the road. After going 1-3 to start the season, Joe Burrow has led the Bengals to four straight wins. But that shouldn’t be a problem for rookie phenom C.J. Stroud and the Texans, as they are 4-1 against the spread as underdogs.

As for the second leg, I needed to include the ‘Passtronaut’ Joshua Dobbs and the Minnesota Vikings to win outright. Dobbs came in against the Atlanta Falcons having not practiced at all since being traded and was incredible, producing two passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown to lead Minnesota to a W. Now, Dobbs will have a full week of practice under his belt.

Call me crazy, but even without Kirk Cousins, the Vikings have a legit shot of making the playoffs. But that’s a conversation for another day.

For a matchup between the Tennessee Titans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 38 points is just too low of a total. The Bucs just came off a week of scoring 37 points by themselves. And with Will Levis under center, Tennessee has new life on offense. This has the makings of two teams trying to prove themselves, which means plenty of points to go around.

It’s not easy for any team to score 30 or more points in a game, but when it’s against the Giants, it’s a different story. The Cowboys are coming off a tough loss to the Eagles, while the Giants just gave up 30 points to the Aidan O’Connell-led Raiders. Dallas dropped 40 on New York in the season opener, so look for a similar thing to happen here.

NFL Week 10 Same Game Parlay Bet

Commanders vs Seahawks Same Game Parlay (+325)

  • Commanders +6 (-105)
  • Seahawks: Over 22.5 Points (-205)

This is a cheeky game that has the potential to be one of the more exciting ones on the slate.

The Sam Howell experience has been a rollercoaster in Washington. He has three games over 300 yards passing, but also a game with four interceptions. Howell has kept the Commanders in games — twice almost beating the 8-1 Philadelphia Eagles. The Commanders might not win this one, but they’ll keep it close.

Seattle is coming off a thumping against the Ravens in which no one except Michael Dickson, the punter, looked good. That’s not ideal. What’s even worse is the San Francisco 49ers leaped past them in the NFC West standings while on a bye.

The Seahawks should put points on the scoreboard here, especially after Washington traded away two of their best defensive players at the NFL trade deadline.


Gio Annatelli

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