NFL Week 4 three-team mega parlay (+1368 odds): Giants pull stunner
The 2021 NFL season has been great so far, and we have another exciting slate on Sunday for Week 4. Why not celebrate the fun by going for a big payday? That’s right; we’re back with another mega parlay, NFL edition. We’re going big and bold, so let’s not waste any more time. But before we dive in, don’t forget to check out our picks for the side and total on every NFL game.
Minnesota Vikings ML (+105)
New York Giants ML (+275)
Seahawks @ 49ers under 52 (-110)
Let’s break down each of the three legs one by one.
Minnesota Vikings ML (+105) over Cleveland Browns
I’m pretty high on this Vikings team, and I don’t think they should be an underdog here. If not for a controversial Dalvin Cook fumble call in Week 1 and a missed 37-yard field goal at the end of Week 2, Minnesota would be 3-0 on the year. Kirk Cousins is quietly playing like one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, and he’s outplayed both Kyler Murray and Russell Wilson over the last two weeks.
Baker Mayfield and the Browns offense haven’t had to do too much over their last two games against the Texans and Bears. Now they’re going on the road against a team that actually has a pulse. Cleveland is still shorthanded in their passing game without Jarvis Landry, and their offensive line is banged up as well. There’s a lot to like with this home ‘dog.
Be sure to check out our same game parlay for Cleveland Browns vs Minnesota Vikings (+1001 odds!)
New York Giants ML (+275) over New Orleans Saints
Call me crazy, but I think the Giants have a good chance to pull a big upset. This is what gets us the odds boost to make this a true mega parlay. Quite simply, the Saints shouldn’t be this large of a favorite against just about anybody. New Orleans is 2-1, but the one game they were a favorite in they got blown out by the Panthers. Jameis Winston has yet to top 148 yards through three games, which is pretty incredible.
The Saints’ passing game has very few weapons, so the Giants should be able to keep pace. Even with Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard banged up, the Giants still have Kenny Golladay, Evan Engram, Saquon Barkley and others. The Giants’ last two losses have come by a combined four points, so it’s not like they haven’t been competitive. This is truly a must-win game for them, and with Winston there’s enough variance to warrant a play on the money line at nearly 3/1.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for New York Giants vs New Orleans Saints
Seahawks @ 49ers under 52 (-110)
To wrap this mega parlay up and hopefully bring us home, we’ve got the under in the Seahawks/49ers game. With the Cardinals and Rams both sitting at 3-0, this is a game both teams desperately need to keep up in the NFC West. It should be a hard-fought game, and I’m not expecting a shootout. Seattle has been terrible offensively in the second half of games, and they haven’t scored a point in the third quarter all year.
Their starting right tackle Brandon Shell looks like he’s going to miss this one. The Seahawks are also a bit banged up at receiver, with both Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf nursing injuries. San Francisco’s offensive line has looked shaky the past couple weeks, and I haven’t been at all impressed with Jimmy Garoppolo. George Kittle is dealing with an injury as well, which is more bad news for this 49ers passing attack. I expect both teams to keep it on the ground here with run-heavy game-plans.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Seattle Seahawks vs San Francisco 49ers