Top NFL Parlay Picks for Week 11 (2021)

Nov 19, 2021 - 11:53 AM

Parlays aren’t always the wisest bets, but there’s no shame in playing a parlay or two for an extremely small portion of your bankroll to potentially win a big payday.

I’ve constructed my favorite parlay for Sunday’s slate of games in the NFL. Make sure to check back weekly, as I will continue to put these bets out weekly from now on.

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Leg #1 Cowboys/Chiefs Over 56 via FanDuel (-110)

I’m not looking to exaggerate, but the Kansas City Chiefs have found their mojo again on offense. Last week, on Sunday Night Football, the Chiefs dropped 41 on the Raiders, led by Patrick Mahomes, who threw five touchdowns. Despite having an “off” year, the offense is still averaging 414.3 yards per game along with 26.2 points per game.

Kansas City is now in first place in the AFC West with a 6-4 record. That’s partly due to the Chiefs’ offense but also their defense, which has allowed 17 or fewer points in four of their last five games. However, against the Cowboys, the defense will be exploited.

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys have scored 31.6 points per game and are averaging close to 450 yards of offense. Dallas has scored 35 or more points in three of their last five games and just knocked off Atlanta, 43-3. With that momentum, the Cowboys should be just fine on offense. I wouldn’t be surprised if both teams end up with 30+ points.

Leg #2. Dolphins -174 Moneyline

The New York Jets have two young quarterbacks that could be developed into superstars. Maybe Zach Wilson isn’t healthy, but Mike White is. Yet, he won’t get the start with Joe Flacco taking charge. Because Flacco is going to help this team in the future? I’m a Jets fan, and it stinks. Mike White should be out there, and it’s inexcusable. I don’t care about the four interceptions. It’s time to help these young quarterbacks develop through growing pains.

Anyway, Tua Tagovailoa will start the Dolphins and seems healthier than he’s been recently. With the Dolphins on a two-game winning streak, I have no problem including the Dolphins in this parlay, even on the road.

Leg #3. Ravens -230 Moneyline

The Ravens are always so hot and cold. Coming into this game, they’re cold. The Ravens ended up losing to those Dolphins we just talked about on Thursday Night Football as they scored just 10 points in a 22-10 snooze fest.

You can expect the Ravens to change things up coming into this game. A normal Sunday game will be crucial for this group. The offense is averaging 430.3 yards per game but only 25.7 points per game. If the Ravens continue to average a high number of yards like that, points will come.

Meanwhile, the Bears haven’t been effective on offense behind Justin Fields at quarterback. Chicago has lost their last four games but has some momentum going for them after a fourth-quarter comeback against the Steelers two weeks ago that fell just short.

Fields has potential, but he’s no Lamar Jackson. The Ravens will rebound nicely against a Bears team that is just 3-6 on the year. Fields and the Bears will continue to grow, but it won’t be until next year where Fields starts to get more comfortable and help this Bears team win games.

Three-Leg Parlay: +327 (FanDuel)

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