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Top NFL Parlay Picks for Week 12 (2021)

by November 26, 2021
Jalen Hurts

It’s going to be a shorter slate of games on Sunday for NFL bettors. With Thanksgiving Thursday stealing three games, we’ll just have to settle with two fewer games on Sunday. This just means that NFL Redzone will feature games we’ve bet on more frequently. We can’t be mad about that!

There are still plenty of games to choose from so I’ve structured my favorite parlay for Sunday’s NFL slate on November 28.

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Leg #1 Eagles -190 Moneyline

The Philadelphia Eagles have won two straight games, combing for 70 points in their two wins against the Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints. The offense is starting to pick it up behind Jalen Hurts, who has contributed with 21 touchdowns between passing and rushing this season.

The Eagles seriously have been one of the more underrated offenses. While they’ve scored just 27 points per game this season, the Eagles have a terrific offensive line and a run game that is gaining 153.4 yards per game this season. While the defense has been far from stellar, the Eagles will get to face a New York Giants offense that is averaging 18.9 points per game.

New York literally just fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett due to the brutal struggles on offense. I don’t care that the Giants are home. They’ve looked horrible all season long and a different play-caller like Freddie Kitchens won’t change anything.

Leg #2. Texans -146 Moneyline

The New York Jets will start Zach Wilson under center for the first time since being injured. Wilson was not performing well before his injury and you can’t just expect him to perform after coming back from injury. The Houston Texans are coming off a huge win against the Tennessee Titans and have a reliable quarterback in Tyrod Taylor.

Taylor would clearly be a much more talked about quarterback if he was a quarterback on a star-studded roster. But the fact of the matter is that he’s not. That’s okay, but he’s still an absolute game changer and can lead the Texans to a couple more wins this season.

I’m not buying into the hype of Zach Wilson returning. The Jets just lost running back Michael Carter for a couple of weeks and that’s only going to make the offense worse.

Leg #3. Ravens -190 Moneyline

Lamar Jackson said he will 120 percent return to the football field this week against the Browns. The Ravens found a way last week with Tyler Huntley under center. He didn’t perform well throughout the game but made a huge pass towards the end of the game that changed the entire outcome.

While Huntley struggled, the defense didn’t, holding the Bears to just 13 points throughout the game. The Ravens have actually held four of their last five opponents to 22 points or fewer this season.

Now they’ll take on a Browns offense that scored just 13 points against the Detroit Lions. The Browns literally almost lost a game against the Lions with Tim Boyle under center. For the Browns, it’s been a terrible season, even at 6-5. They’re not a playoff team, so don’t expect them to have a record that puts them into the playoffs.

I’ll take the Ravens on Sunday-Night Football to finish the parlay.

Three-Leg Parlay: +292 (FanDuel)

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