The People's Parlay: NFL Parlay at +2219 odds with hottest public teams for Week 7 

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The Pickswise experts have been on fire to start the 2023 NFL season, with a 55-36-3 overall record on sides. Now it’s time to put our faith in the Pickswise Nation with the People’s Parlay! 

What is the People’s Parlay, you ask? It is comprised of 5 picks chosen by you, the Pickswise Nation, through our brand-new feature Call It. Call It lets our users pick which NFL team they’re riding on the spread for every single game. And given it can sometimes pay to follow the public money, we’re combining the 5 hottest teams into one mega parlay at huge +2219 odds!  

Below you can find 5 of the most-supported NFL teams from Pickswise’s Call It tool, along with the percentage of users that had picked them at the time of publishing. Let’s break down the People’s Parlay for Week 7 of the NFL season. 

Bills -8.5 (-103) 

Browns -3 (-131) 

Raiders -2.5 (-115) 

Seahawks -7.5 (-122) 

49ers -7 (-104) 

NFL Parlay odds: +2219 

Odds available at FanDuel Sportsbook at time of publishing. 

As you can see, the teams in this parlay are all favorites against the spread – many by a considerable margin. That is nothing new when it comes to the public’s preference. Can all of them win and cover? Let’s break them down and the percentage of people that voted in that direction. 

Buffalo Bills -8.5 over New England Patriots (-103) 

83% of Pickswise users selected Buffalo with Call It 

Data correct at time of publishing on Saturday, October 21 at 12:00 pm ET. 

Since being a turnover machine in a Week 1 loss to the Jets, Josh Allen has played like an MVP candidate. He is a big reason why the public has been all over the Bills all year long, and this Sunday is no exception. The Pickswise experts actually believe that 8.5 points are too many to give, but the public is willing to hand New England the points to the tune of 83%. Something’s gotta give…

Get our NFL picks for all of the big Week 7 matchups! 

Cleveland Browns -3 over Indianapolis Colts (-131) 

76% of Pickswise users selected Cleveland with Call It 

Data correct at time of publishing on Saturday, October 21 at 12:00 pm ET. 

In the remaining 4 legs of this parlay, the Pickswise experts and the public are in agreement. That includes this AFC battle between Cleveland and Indianapolis, in which the Browns are giving only 3 points. They are coming off a huge win over San Francisco, while Colts QB Anthony Richardson is out of the year. Those may be some of the reasons why 76% of voters are going with Cleveland. 

Las Vegas Raiders -2.5 over Chicago Bears (-115) 

76% of Pickswise users selected Las Vegas with Call It 

Data correct at time of publishing on Saturday, October 21 at 12:00 pm ET. 

The public thinks the Raiders will take care of business against the Bears, and there is no disagreement among the Pickswise experts. Las Vegas (3-3 SU) is back in the mix thanks to a 2-game winning streak that has come at the expense of Green Bay and New England. For Chicago (1-5), QB Justin Fields is sidelined by a thumb injury. The Raiders are bringing in 76% of the Call It votes. 


Seattle Seahawks -7.5 over Arizona Cardinals (-122) 

75% of Pickswise users selected Seattle with Call It 

Data correct at time of publishing on Saturday, October 21 at 12:00 pm ET. 

Since the public always loves hammering favorites, it is only expected that votes are being thrown primarily at Seattle (to the tune of 75%). The Seahawks may not be anything special, but their 3-2 record includes a victory over Detroit. This play may have more to do with Arizona (1-5 SU), which continues to be a complete disaster. 

Check out our full Cardinals vs Seahawks predictions 

San Francisco 49ers -7 over Minnesota Vikings (-104) 

79% of Pickswise users selected San Francisco with Call It 

Data correct at time of publishing on Saturday, October 21 at 12:00 pm ET. 

The Pickswise experts are not afraid to give the points to Minnesota and the public seems to agree. After all, the 49ers are one of the most talented teams in the NFL and the Vikings are already in shambles (2-4 SU and wide receiver Justin Jefferson is on injured reserve). As such, we are wrapping up the People’s Parlay with a Monday Night Football romp. 

Read all of this week’s NFL picks and predictions in our Week 7 Betting Guide


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