NFL Week 7 three-team mega parlay (+1646 odds): Believe in the Bengals

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The 2021 NFL season has been great so far, and we have another exciting slate on Sunday for Week 7. Why not celebrate the fun by going for a big payday? That’s right; we’re back with another mega parlay, NFL edition. I’ve had a ton of success with these mega parlays, and even hit one at 74/1 in Week 13 last year. We’re going big and bold again, 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.

Cincinnati Bengals ML (+230)

New York Giants ML (+130)

Philadelphia Eagles ML (+130)

Parlay odds: +1646

Let’s break down each of the three legs one by one.

Cincinnati Bengals ML (+230) over Baltimore Ravens

To start this mega parlay off we’ve got the Bengals at better than 2/1. Cincinnati is 4-2, and their two losses both came by only three points. They can definitely win this game. The Ravens have been winning games, but were less than impressive in a couple of those victories. It took a miraculous comeback and collapse from Indianapolis for them to beat the Colts at home in overtime.

They only beat the winless Lions because of a 66-yard field goal from Justin Tucker in the waning seconds of the game. The same Lions team that the Bengals just beat 34-11. Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase have something special cooking, but this Bengals defense has been just as impressive. Cincy is allowing the third fewest yards per pass attempt, and the seventh-fewest yards per rush attempt.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens

New York Giants ML (+130) over Carolina Panthers

Call me crazy, but I like Daniel Jones and the Giants this week. They’re not nearly as bad as their record indicates, and you can’t hold it too much against them for getting beat soundly by an elite Rams team. On the other side, the Panthers are a dumpster fire. I don’t think they should be this large of a road favorite against just about anybody. Carolina has lost three in a row, and it’s clear their hot start was completely phony.

They’ve beaten the Jets, the Texans and the Saints on a week where New Orleans was decimated by COVID-19. Sam Darnold is getting progressively worse, and he was atrocious against the Vikings last week. The coaching staff looks to have completely lost confidence in him. The Giants have suffered a bunch of injuries at receiver, but it looks like Darius Slayton will at least return this week.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Carolina Panthers vs New York Giants

Philadelphia Eagles ML (+130) over Las Vegas Raiders

To wrap this parlay up and hopefully bring us home in the late afternoon slate we’ve got the Eagles. Speaking of teams with fraudulent wins, I’m not buying the Raiders hype. Sure they upset Denver in Week 6, but as we all just saw on Thursday Night Football, the Broncos are just lifeless right now. Each of their previous two games were losses, in which they scored a combined 23 points.

Their win before that was in overtime at home against a horrendous Dolphins team that had Jacoby Brissett at quarterback. One of the Eagles’ main strengths is their interior defensive line, while the interior offensive line is a weakness for Las Vegas. Philly has Fletcher Cox coming up the middle, while the Raiders are a mess at guard and have a center who had never played the position prior to this year.

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