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NFL Christmas Day Parlay and Props: Ride Chiefs Duo

I’m back with another massive parlay to lock in for our NFL Christmas Day tripleheader. I’m here to give you my best NFL bets today.

This will be the fourth consecutive season we will have NFL action on Christmas Day. You probably know me as the anytime touchdown bet guy, but I’ve constructed another special parlay across all three games. The three NFL games on Christmas Day in Week 16 are:

NFL Christmas Day Parlay and Props: Ride Chiefs Duo
NFL Christmas Day Parlay and Props: Ride Chiefs Duo
  • Kansas City Chiefs vs Las Vegas Raiders, 1:00 p.m. ET/li>
  • Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants, 4:30 p.m. ET/li>
  • San Francisco 49ers vs Baltimore Ravens, 8:15 p.m. ET/li>


Here’s a look at some NFL odds to consider!

I’m rolling out a sweet NFL parlay with picks from each game. I’m loading up a four-leg parlay with three matchups to select our picks from. You can always do a ton of your own research, but the trick is I’ve already done that work for you. Let’s get into my expert picks for Monday’s Christmas Day games in the NFL.

The NFL is consistently inconsistent, but the good news is I’ve done the digging and have figured out the best spots to attack in your NFL parlays. I’m eyeing four picks for our Christmas Day parlay. If you didn’t get what you wanted this year under the tree, I hope this makes your holiday wishes come true!

NFL Christmas Same-Game Parlay Picks

Rashee Rice Over 5.5 Receptions (-205)

I’m kicking things off in Kansas City, where our first game is on Monday. This line is a gift right now. Rice has exploded over the last month, becoming the number one option in the Chiefs passing game outside of Travis Kelce. Rice has led the league in designed target rate over the last month, and it’s easy for his receptions to mount as he isn’t targeted much down the field. He has easily exceeded this line in four straight, including against the Raiders back in Week 12, where he reeled in eight catches. Ride with Rashee!

Travis Kelce Over 5.5 Receptions (-132)

This may appear risky on the surface, backing two players on the same team to exceed their receptions totals, but these two guys are different – and so is the guy they catch passes from. Patrick Mahomes has been incredible when he has gone up against the Raiders in his career. Las Vegas has struggled to rush the passer, which will allow Mahomes plenty of time to connect with his dynamic duo. The Raiders have allowed the sixth-highest passer rating over the last month, and Kelce has exceeded this line in nine of 13 games this season, including in Week 12 when he caught six passes against the Raiders. We can count on Kelce for this player prop pick.

Eagles (-13½) vs Giants (-110)

Our next game brings us to the City of Brotherly Love, but I don’t expect the Eagles, who have lost three straight games, to show much love to their NFC East brothers. The Eagles are ripe for a massive bounce-back. The Eagles have demolished the Giants of late, with three of their last four wins coming by a margin of at least 24 points. The Eagles’ defense has struggled this season but that will change on Christmas.

The Giants’ offensive line is going to get battered by the Eagles’ defensive front. New York gave up seven sacks a week ago to a New Orleans pass rush that ranks in the bottom five in pressure rate this season. Meanwhile, the Eagles have the fourth-most quarterback pressures in the NFL. Tommy DeVito is doomed in this matchup. We can also expect the Eagles’ offense to get clicking, as the Giants defense has struggled on the road.

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Lamar Jackson Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-182)

Our final pick for our NFL Christmas Day parlay comes from the highly anticipated primetime showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers. I expect the 49ers to show the world why they are the current Super Bowl favorites on Monday night. The Ravens have a laundry list of injuries and are traveling across the country for the second straight game in primetime. Lamar Jackson is special, but the 49ers’ defense should keep him in check.

Jackson has thrown multiple touchdown passes in just five of 14 games this season. The 49ers have allowed multiple touchdown passes in just four games all season. The Ravens’ path to success in this game will be on the ground, so I don’t expect Baltimore to lean on the passing game.

Explore the excitement of the upcoming NFL matchups with the latest NFL lines and Vegas NFL odds!



Questions Of The Day

What are some different types of parlays?

A parlay is one wager where you select multiple bets together for a larger payout. You can combine point spreads, point totals, or props for a parlay. You can even wager on Futures like the Super Bowl winner and the World Series winner to create a parlay with a larger payout.

What is a good payout for a parlay?

The size of your parlay payout depends on how many bets are involved and the individual odds for those bets. Using standard -110 vig for point spread and totals, these are the parlay payouts for a $100 wager:
Two-team parlay: $264.46
Three-team parlay: $595.79
Four-team parlay: $1,228.33
Payouts will increase and decrease with the number of games added to the parlay but also with the varying odds for those bets. A moneyline parlay involving heavy payouts will not pay out as much as one involving underdogs because the risk isn’t as great.

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