NFL Week 9 Parlay Bets: 3 Of The Best Parlays That Will Make You Money
If you listened to LAFB Network’s advice last week, congratulations you made a lot of money. We are back in Week 9 to give you some of the best bets to place to make sure it happens again. With Brandon Allen stepping up for the Broncos, the Dolphins continuing to tank, and a primetime NFC East matchup, there’s plenty of safe places to put your money. If you’re feeling riskier, the Lions are set for an upset, an AFC South matchup could give you the edge you need to make a profit and more. So without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the best bets you can place in Week 9 of the NFL season.
While parlays are always the riskiest bets you can place compared to spreads, we’ll break down the safest parlay you can place, another will make you some money but carries some risk, and the riskiest but most fruitful one you can place. For this article, we will take a look at 3-team parlays based on each team’s money line with each one based on its level of risk. For the NFL Week 9 parlay bets, LAFB Network is bringing you the best three-team money lines to place your bets on. The best money lines come from the best website to place your bets and that is Mybookie.ag.
3-team parlay: Cleveland Browns (-220) vs. DEN, Dallas Cowboys (-350) vs. NYG, New York Jets (-175) vs. MIA
To be absolutely safe this week is a hard ask, but this is without a doubt your best parlay to play it safe. While the Cleveland Browns are without a doubt the biggest disappointment of this season especially as they’re on a 3-game losing streak, the Broncos are prime opponents for them to bounce back against. With Joe Flacco out for the season and Drew Lock apparently still not ready to step into the starting role, all eyes fall upon Brandon Allen to lead the Broncos. That doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence in Denver’s chances for an upset and nor should it.
The Cowboys have had similar struggles to the Browns compared to what expectations they were facing going into the season. While they did bounce back from a bad loss against the Jets by blowing out the Eagles before their bye week, a primetime game against rookie Daniel Jones and the Giants provides an excellent opportunity for Dallas to solidify their spot atop the NFC. While New York hasn’t proven as bad as some expected, they clearly are in the cellar in the NFL and I think the Cowboys are one of the safest bets to make sure they stay there.
The Jets are probably the riskiest pick in this “safe” bet but with the Miami Dolphins continually trying to tank, this is the safest pick to bet on New York to rebound. I think this is a safe bet for the Jets to win despite them being on the road.
3-team parlay: Cleveland Browns (-220) vs. DEN, Dallas Cowboys (-350) vs. NYG, Houston Texans (-125) vs. JAX
The Texans are coming off an unfortunate yearly tradition of losing J.J. Watt for the season and while that is undoubtedly a huge loss to their defense, I don’t see it affecting their chances against the Jaguars. Houston did pull off the close win against the Jags in Week 2, and they have proven that they can win close games against good opponents like the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs, plus have nearly pulled off upsets against the Colts and Saints with a healthy Drew Brees. The Texans are a middling team without a doubt but if you want a small favorite that will likely win you money, Houston is your odds on favorite.
3-team parlay: Cleveland Browns (-220) vs. DEN, Houston Texans (-125) vs. JAX, Tennessee Titans (+165) vs. Carolina Panthers
I know, how could I possibly tell you to bet against the magic that has been Kyle Allen but last week was a sign that all good things come to an end. Undoubtedly, the San Francisco 49ers defense is better than the Titans but at the same time, Tennessee is 2-0 since Ryan Tannehill has stepped up to the starting quarterback spot. Allen has only defeated a single team with their record over .500 since taking over as the starter so if you want to take the risk, the Titans are your best bet for an upset this week.