NFL Week 11 parlay at mega +1051 odds on Sunday 11/19: Don't count out the Browns just yet

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The 2023 NFL season continues as we arrive at Week 11 and a ton of interesting matchups with teams beginning to slug it out with the postseason drawing nearer. Baltimore got the better of Cincinnati on Thursday Night Football to deliver a Bengals vs Ravens Same Game Parlay winner at +982 odds, and I’ve crafted an NFL mega parlay for Sunday’s action at enticing +1051 odds. I’ve already cashed 2 NFL mega parlays this season at +1457 and +1381 odds, and now I’m looking for even more success! Let’s get into my NFL mega parlay for Week 11, but make sure you also ready our NFL picks for every game, with our experts up +49.3 units this season.

Browns -2.5 alternate spread (+110)

Chargers -6.5 alternate spread (+155)

Vikings ML (+115)

NFL parlay odds: +1051

For this NFL parlay, I’m going with two favorites on an alternate spread and one underdog, which will hopefully deliver a payout with Bet365 at more than 10/1! Let’s break down each of the legs.

Cleveland Browns -2.5 alternate spread over Pittsburgh Steelers (+110)

To get this NFL mega parlay started, I’m taking the Browns to beat the Steelers by at least a field goal. Cleveland had originally been 4-point favorites for this matchup before quarterback Deshaun Watson was ruled out for the season, at which point the Browns moved to being 1.5-point underdogs. However, Cleveland has received support in the market to once again become favorites, and I like them to secure the W even with Dorian Thompson-Robinson under center. This Browns team has been all about the defense since the start of the season, and I’m expecting that to continue here and for them to flourish against this Steelers team.

Pittsburgh’s offense has struggled all season long and Kenny Pickett completed just 50% of his passes when they faced the Browns earlier this season. The Steelers did win that game 26-22, but I believe things will be different now with this game taking place inside the Dawg Pound. Pickett has not thrown for more than 235 yards all season long and now faces a Browns team that has allowed the fewest passing yards in the NFL. Cleveland’s run game has been the focal point of their offense for a long time now and as long as that keeps delivering, I’m expecting the Browns to do enough to edge the Steelers in a low-scoring game.

Read our full Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns predictions

Los Angeles Chargers -6.5 alternate spread over Green Bay Packers (+155)

Next up, I’m going with another alternate spread and for the Chargers to beat the Packers by at least a touchdown. LA currently has a 4-5 record but has been much better than that suggests in recent weeks, picking up dominant victories over the Bears and Jets before falling 41-38 to the Lions in one of the best shootouts you’re likely to see this season. Quarterback Justin Herbert has gotten into his groove and Austin Ekeler is rolling, and I expect them to comfortably outscore a Packers team that has not scored more than 20 points in any of their last 7 games. The cracks are beginning to show for Jordan Love, who has more interceptions than touchdown passes in his last 5 games, and I’m confident LA can take care of business.

Minnesota Vikings ML over Denver Broncos (+115)

To wrap up this NFL mega parlay we’re looking to Sunday Night Football as the Vikings head to Denver to battle the Broncos. It’s been one heck of a rollercoaster season for Minnesota, after starting out 1-4 before winning 5 straight despite having to switch quarterbacks and lose their star receiver in that period. However, Josh Dobbs seems to have settled in nicely now with his new team and I like him to guide Minnesota to another big win. He’s struck an immediate rapport with T.J. Hockenson and Jordan Addison, and should be able to continue generating offense.

As for the Broncos, they earned a big win over the Bills last Monday but I’m not completely sold on them being back in contention just yet. The jury’s still out on how far Russell Wilson can take this team and the Vikings have done a great job lately at keeping quarterbacks in check. Even though Denver has won its last 3 games, the momentum still feels like it’s in Minnesota’s favor and I like them to keep it rolling.

Read our full Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos predictions for Sunday Night Football

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