Sunday cross-sport parlay: 4-team multi-sport parlay at +1173 odds, including today's MLS and NFL Week 5 picks and predictions

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We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Sunday, including picks from the MLS and NFL. Three picks are taken from the NFL with one from the MLS. A winning ticket would give us a very nice payout with odds of +1173 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

NFL pick today: Tampa Bay Buccaneers -10 over Atlanta Falcons (-115), 1:00 pm ET

Overall Tom Brady is 9-0 straight up and 8-1 against the spread in his career against Atlanta. For the most part, Tampa’s defense has played well this season, but they haven’t graded out well against the run, which is surprising considering that has historically been the strength of their unit.

The Bucs are also getting healthier on offense, and Brady looked a little more in sync with a new cast of characters around him at receiver in garbage time against the Chiefs. Atlanta generates a league-worst 11% pressure rate, so Brady should have plenty of time to pick apart this bottom-feeder defense. For that reason, backing the Bucs to bounce back with a comfortable win looks to be worth a play.

Be sure to check out our full Atlanta Falcons vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers predictions

NFL pick today: Tennessee Titans vs Washington Commanders – Over 43 points (-110), 1:00 pm ET

Heading into this week, both the Titans and Commanders have each split 2-2 on the over/under. Washington is going to have to remain focused on stopping Derrick Henry. If they don’t, they are in trouble. If they do, Ryan Tannehill will be forced into throwing more, and we should see more chances taken downfield.

On the other side, Carson Wentz could have a field day with the Titans secondary should he get solid protection from his offensive line. He struggled against top pass-rushes from the Eagles and Cowboys but shined bright in games against the Lions and Jaguars. With the struggles of the Titans coverage, the expectation is for Wentz to bounce back this week and lead a strong offensive surge here at home, making the over worth a play.

Be sure to check out our full Tennessee Titans vs Washington Commanders predictions

MLS pick today: FC Cincinnati ML over DC United (-115), 2:30pm ET

DC United has owned this matchup as they have yet to lose to Cincinnati with a 4-0-3 record. However, we could see Cincinnati coming away with a win in this spot. United are one of the worst teams in the MLS this season and averaging 1.81 goals conceded at home, so backing Cincinnati will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full FC Cincinnati vs DC United predictions

NFL pick today: Arizona Cardinals +5 over Philadelphia Eagles (-110), 4:25 pm ET

Injuries have kept the Cardinals’ offensive firepower at less than 100% so far this season. Running back James Conner has been banged up, the receiving corps has been limited to Marquise Brown and Greg Dortch and the offensive line had lost a few components just before the season opened. Still, they’ve remained competitive and are slowly getting back to full strength.

On the Eagles side, their defense hasn’t dealt with a quarterback like Kyler Murray this season, who can excel both on the ground and through the air. For that reason, backing the Cardinals to cover this spread looks to be the best option.

Be sure to check out our full Philadelphia Eagles vs Arizona Cardinals predictions

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