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Best NFL Parlays and Teasers for Wild Card Playoffs

Ryan Metivier

by Ryan Metivier in NFL Football

Updated Jan 13, 2023 · 2:02 PM PST

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Bills quarterback Josh Allen throws a quick pass near the sideline against the Patriots.
  • We’ve got one NFL parlay and one teaser for the Wild Card Playoffs
  • Will big favorites in the 49ers, Bills and Bengals cash our three-team parlay or will we see a shock upset?
  • Read on for our best NFL parlays and teasers for Wild Card Weekend

The card is smaller this weekend as the NFL Playoffs kick off with the Wild Card Round, however, we’ve still managed to come up with a couple of parlays and teasers for NFL Wild Card Weekend.

We’ve put together a parlay and teaser that includes five of this weekend’s six games.

It took 18 weeks, but in the final weekend of NFL regular season play, we went 2-0. The Vikings, Seahawks and Bengals got it done in our parlay, plus the Steelers, 49ers and Eagles all came through in the teaser.

Our season record for NFL parlays and teasers is 14-16, -2.68 units.

See this week’s parlay and teaser odds and picks for the Wild Card before filling out your printable NFL Playoff Bracket below.

NFL Wild Card Parlay Odds

Matchup Pick (Odds)
Seahawks vs 49ers 49ers (-530)
Dolphins vs Bills Bills (-770)
Ravens vs Bengals Bengals (-455)

Odds from Barstool Sportsbook

NFL Wild Card Parlay Picks

This weekend’s NFL Wild Card parlay did offer more value earlier in the week. But after Tua Tagovailoa and Lamar Jackson were both ruled out, odds have shortened on the Bills and Bengals. But still, the most obvious parlay for Wild Card Weekend looks to be the 49ers-Bills-Bengals.

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Seahawks vs 49ers

  • Pick: 49ers

Make it ten-straight wins for Kyle Shanahan and the San Francisco 49ers after Week 18’s 38-13 win over the Cardinals.

This is the third meeting between these teams with San Fran winning 21-13 and 27-7. That 21-13 scoreline looks a little closer than it was, as the 49ers were winning 21-6 in the fourth quarter.

The 9-8 Seahawks had everything go their way last week. They finished the regular season at home and got the struggling Rams in a must-win game. They got that win, topping LA 19-16 in overtime. They also lucked out with Dan Campbell and the Lions showing up huge on SNF to topple the Packers despite already being eliminated from the playoffs.

That’s all great, but now they face a 13-4 San Fran team that is also 8-1 at home and that ranks first in yards allowed.

Seattle allows the second-most receiving yards to tight ends and 49ers TE George Kittle has seven touchdowns in his past four games. PFF also ranks Seattle’s defense 27th in pressures and 20th in coverage.

Seattle has the offense, ninth in PPG to put up a fight, but it won’t be enough to win outright.

Dolphins vs Bills

  • Pick: Bills

I’m not sure we need to go too in-depth here. Whether you include Buffalo in your Wild Card Weekend parlays or teasers, the Bills have to be used somewhere.

They’re one of the favorites in the Super Bowl odds for a reason. Buffalo is 13-3 and 7-1 at home. Not counting their canceled MNF game against Cincy, Buffalo rolls into the playoffs on a seven-game winning streak and owns the league’s second-highest scoring offense at 28.4 PPG.

They beat Miami 32-29 in Week 15 and lost 21-19 back in September. So sure. Those games look close. But those came with Tua under center for the Fins. He’s out this week in concussion protocol. Backup Teddy Bridgewater is also injured. That leaves Skylar Thompson as the last man standing at QB. He led Miami to an uninspiring 11-6 win over the Jets last week but has just 1 TD and 3 INTs in the 105 passes he’s attempted this season. Miami is also banged up all over the roster with key starters on offense and defense all questionable for the Wild Card Playoffs.

Ravens vs Bengals

  • Pick: Bengals

It’s the third meeting between these teams this season. Baltimore won 23-20 at home with Lamar Jackson under center back in October. Then in Week 18, Cincinnati got a win on their home field in Ohio, winning 27-16, with the Ravens playing without Jackson. They were also without Tyler Huntley, which thrust rookie QB Anthony Brown into the mix. He went 19/44 for 286 yards and two interceptions.

It once again looks like it will be Brown at QB for SNF. I just can’t see him going into Cincinnati and taking down Joe Burrow and the Bengals who are 12-4 SU and ATS. Burrow is also riding an impressive 19-4 personal ATS streak and so far is 4-0 ATS in the playoffs in his career.

Wild Card Parlay Picks: 49ers / Bills / Bengals (-157); risk 1.5 units

NFL Wild Card Teaser Odds

Matchup Pick (Teaser Odds)
Giants vs Vikings Vikings -3 (+4.5)
Cowboys vs Buccaneers Buccaneers +2.5 (+10)

NFL Wild Card Teaser Picks

NFL betting sites allow you to create an NFL teaser for almost any amount of points. This week we’ll pick two of the remaining three games we haven’t used in the parlay above to create our two-team 7.5-point Wild Card Weekend teaser. We’ve turned the Vikings from a favorite to an underdog and bet up the Bucs to a double-digit dog.

Giants vs Vikings

  • Pick: Vikings +4.5

We just saw these teams square off on Christmas Eve with Minnesota winning 27-24 at home on a late field goal. Justin Jefferson and TJ Hockenson both went off for huge days with 133 yards (1 TD) and 109 yards (2 TDs). Those numbers may be hard to replicate but it’s unlikely the Vikings stray away from what worked.

Kirk Cousins will need to get the ball out quickly as Minny’s offensive line is banged up. They have a backup right tackle and a third-string center who has never played the position before. That could mean even more quick passes to one of Cousins’ many receiving targets.

The Giants have nine wins but those have come by 28, 8, 8, 6, 4, 5, 8, 3 and 1 point. The 28-point win came against a dreadful Colts team and is one of only two wins they have in their past eight games. The point is when the Giants win it’s usually close and they haven’t won much often.

It’s never a good feeling to be walking to the window to bet on the Vikings, but their offense will be the best unit on the field, they’ll be at home where they are 8-1 and even if they lose I think it will be close.

Cowboys vs Buccaneers

  • Pick: Buccaneers +10

Tom Brady has never lost to Dallas in his career at 7-0. He also has historically dominated on Monday Night Football at 20-8 SU in his career.

Dak Prescott led the league in interceptions this season with 15. He’s 0-4 ATS in his career in the playoffs and Dallas is 1-4 on grass this season.

All season you couldn’t help but think that the Bucs were just “this close” from turning things around. That moment really never came. They should’ve lost to the Saints. They should’ve lost to the Cardinals on Christmas Day. They did lose to the Falcons last week, albeit in a meaningless game.

But when they really needed a win against Carolina in Week 17, they got it. Tom Brady threw for 432 yards and Mike Evans and Chris Godwin exploded for 207 and 120 yards respectively. This game could be a coinflip straight up, but I’ll take Brady at home on MNF as a ten-point dog in this Wild Card Weekend teaser.

NFL Teaser Wild Card Weekend Teaser Picks (7.5 points): Vikings +4.5 / Buccaneers +10 (-143); risk 1 unit


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