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Cross-Sport Parlay: Are You Ready For Some Football/Futbol?!

Cashing on a Football Parlay - Both Kinds

There is plenty of futbol er, football on TV these days. Whether it’s the FIFA World Cup or good ol’ “American Football” a.k.a. the NFL, their online sports betting odds are all over the book. With the World Cup taking place in the morning, that leaves plenty of leeway for the NFL in the afternoon. As such, we can stack a four-leg parlay that covers the entire weekend.

Let’s check the latest NFL picks, stats, injury reports, and NFL predictions. We’ve plenty of NFL expert picks for you to consider.

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Best Football Matches to Parlay

Ravens (-190) vs Jaguars (+163)

  • Point Spread: Ravens -4 (-110), Jaguars +4 (-110)
  • Day/Time: Sunday, Nov. 27th, 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Stream: NFL Game Pass

The World Cup is not the only stage for upsets. The NFL has seen a few big ones and one happened against Baltimore. The Ravens are a Super Bowl contender but are once again whittled down by injuries. Lamar Jackson has cooled off after a blistering start and has thrown five picks to seven total touchdowns in his last seven games.

Baltimore was also exposed again last week. The Ravens managed 13 points and failed to cover the spread against the lowly Panthers. The team is 1-4-1 as an NFL pick against the spread (ATS) when it rushes fewer yards than its average (163). The Jaguars allow just 116 at home are 2-0 ATS as an underdog.

Pick: Jacksonville Jaguars +4 (-110)

Raiders (+163) vs Seahawks (-190)

  • Point Spread: Raiders +4 (-115), Seahawks -4 (-105)
  • Day/Time: Sunday, Nov. 27th, 4:05 p.m. ET
  • Stream: NFL Game Pass

Las Vegas and Seattle are defensively challenged teams with the potential to turn it up on offense. After all, we have Derek Carr and Davante Adams on one side and the NFL’s fifth-highest-scoring team on the other. But things may get dicier in Seattle in front of the “12th Man”, the raucous Seahawks fans.

The Raiders also tend to trip over themselves on enemy territory. Even if you exclude the zero-point performance in New Orleans, Las Vegas is putting up just 22.4 points as a road team. The Seahawks have not allowed teams to score more than 16 points in three of their four home games this season. The ‘under’ on the NFL betting lines is the play.

Pick: Under 47½ (-110)

Argentina (-175) vs Mexico (+550)

  • Total: Over 2½ (+105), Under 2½ (-125)
  • Day/Time: Saturday, Nov. 26, 11:00 a.m. ET
  • Stream: fubo.tv

Argentina found itself on the wrong side of a historic upset. Now, Mexico looks to pull off the same feat. But will lightning strike twice? The Argentinian side is a snakebitten outfit that had three disallowed goals against Saudi Arabia. And it got caught sleeping on defense. So we can expect La Albiceleste to play with more of a sense of desperation.

However, Mexico is a tougher opponent than Saudi Arabia. El Tri will challenge Argentina for ball possession and be harder to score against. A straight bet online on Mexico to win at +550 seems tempting given Argentina’s condition, but the handicap is more of a solid play.

Pick: Mexico +1 (-120)

Croatia (+110) vs Canada (+265)

  • Puck Line: Over 2½ (+115), U 2½ (-135)
  • Day/Time: Saturday, Nov. 26th, 11:00 a.m. ET
  • Stream: fubo.tv

Canada electrified in its return to the World Cup. But despite putting up 21 shots for 2.61 expected goals, Canada fell on the wrong end of a 1-0 loss. Fans could still be riding on high and make The Reds a popular underdog play. But Croatia has one of the most experienced and best clubs at playing matador to Canada’s bull.

Still, the Canadians are an aggressive team that tends to sacrifice a bit of defense to keep attacking. Canada will find a way to score its first World Cup goal. However, it will also concede a goal. There is plenty of value on the current football betting lines for this to go over the total.

Pick: Over 2½ (+115)

Parlay: Mexico +1, Canada-Croatia Over, Jaguars +4, and Raiders-Seahawks Under (+1336)

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