- Seven-time Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold saw his three-team parlay crushed by the Ravens not covering in Week 13
- Mangold is 5-7 on his weekly picks (+1.59 units); he’s 20-16 on all bets (+6.19 units)
- See what Mangold is parlaying in Week 14
Last week, SBD set me free into the betting world to do as I pleased. After all my learnings, I realized the difficulty in hitting a four-team parlay, so I limited myself to three teams. But the Ravens – the team I was most confident in – blew it!
In Week 14, I’m going to give another three-team parlay a shot. If I don’t hit this one, though, I might have to switch up my strategy a little so I don’t keep hearing it from SBD’s Editor-in-Chief Matt McEwan.
I’m riding with the road dogs this weekend. Here’s who I like:
Week 14 Parlay
|Pick||Odds at BetOnline|
|Indianapolis Colts (+3) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers||-101|
|Miami Dolphins (+5) vs New York Jets||-114|
|San Francisco 49ers (+2.5) vs New Orleans Saints||-110|
Odds taken December 7
SBD’s score predictor has the Colts beating the Bucs straight up on Sunday, but I’m going to play it safe and take the three points. Indy has lost four of five coming in and have their backs against the wall with Houston and Tennessee coming on strong.
Tampa Bay is just 1-4 straight up and 0-5 against the spread at home.
It always pains me to bet against my Jets, but with no Le’Veon Bell and a depleted secondary, five points is just too many – the Jets even opened at six-point favorites. Get on this before the line comes down even more.
The only two teams to beat the Niners this season are the Seahawks and Ravens – two teams with very athletic, mobile quarterbacks. That’s the only way to neutralize this San Francisco pass-rush. Drew Brees is not an athletic, mobile quarterback.
If you don’t like my picks, check out the complete Week 14 odds to make your own.
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