The Parlay Kid
2-Team Moneyline Parlay: Arizona Coyotes, Vegas Golden Knights
After a nice NBA win last night I am going back to my parlay roots with two road underdogs. While nobody in their right mind is in on the Coyotes they have played much better defensively in their last two and gave Carolina all they could handle. They are due for a win. Vegas got off to a slow start, but have won three in a row and have been one of the better teams in hockey the last few years. Getting them at +142 is “Golden”.
2-Team Moneyline Parlay: Philadelphia Flyers, Winnipeg Jets
For me, this parlay is all about better offenses. The Flyers have scored double the amount of goals the winless Coyotes have put in the net this season. The Stars have really struggled and have just 15 goals in 8 games (Winnipeg has 28 in the same amount of games).
New York Rangers to Win
I hate to admit it, but Eddie Spaghetti’s Rangers look legit. They have won 6 of 7 and have given up 1 goal or less in 5 of their last 7. Vancouver has lost 3 straight and has struggled to score, which does not bode well against this Rangers team. Rangers -120!
Devontae Booker Anytime TD
If the Giants want to have any chance in this game against the Chiefs they need to force a few turnovers and run the ball well. With Barkley out again, Booker will be getting the majority of the carries. The Chiefs defense has really struggled against the run and has given up 10 rushing touchdowns so far. Booker has scored in 2 of his last 3 games, and I think he gets another tonight.
The Parlay Kid
Atlanta Hawks -5.5
The Atlanta Hawks are not off to the start they envisioned and Coach McMillan is not happy after getting dominated on Saturday night. The Washington Wizards, on the other hand, are one of the biggest early-season surprises and beat the Hawks by 10 last week. The Hawks are 2-0 against the spread on their home court so far and will be looking to get some revenge on the Wizards. Expect a big Atlanta win.
Seattle Kraken/Edmonton Oilers Under 6.5
There were just 3 goals in the Oilers last game against the Canucks and there hasn't been a lot of scoring in Kraken games so far this season. In Seattle's last 5 games they finished at 6 goals or less and 6 of their last 7. In the last 26 NHL games 20 of them have landed 6 goals or less.
Justin Jefferson Over 85.5 Receiving Yards
The Dallas defense this season has been able to do an excellent job forcing turnovers but they have given up plenty of yards at the same time. Through 6 games the Cowboys defense has yielded 90+ yard receivers 7 times. Vikings Justin Jefferson has emerged as a top 10 receiver in the league. Jefferson leads Minnesota in receiving and averages over 90 yards receiving a game.
Buffalo Bills to be the Highest Scoring Team
The Bills will be eager to get back on the field following the Titans loss and a bye week. The Bills are averaging 37 points per game over their last 5. They also have scored 30+ in 6 straight against the Dolphins. Allen will have another monster game. Happy Halloween and go Bills!
The Parlay Kid
Same Game Parlay: James Robinson Anytime Touchdown, Jaguars +3.5
Robinson is the Jags every down back and has scored five touchdowns in the last four games. He is a threat to score from anywhere on the field, especially near the goal line. The Jags are coming off a bye week and are well rested and healthy compared to a Seattle team that is on a short week and beat up. Robinson gets a TD to help the Jags cover.