NFL Picks: Parlay Of The Week (Wk 16)

Our experts weigh in with this week’s best NFL week 16 parlays for gambling on all the action in the 16th week of the 2009 NFL season…

NFL Betting – AFC West Picks

It’s Friday, which means its parlay time. Week 16 of the NFL season. Here’s a good looking parlay for two Sunday games:


Oakland Raiders @ Cleveland Browns
Sports Betting Odds: Browns -3

Have the Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders turned a corner? Two of the NFL’s worst franchises over the last decade have been playing particularly well of late.
The Raiders have won two of their last three games with big road wins in Pittsburgh and in Denver. Their defense has played well in both contest and their running game has paved the way on offense.

Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns have also won two straight games and like Oakland, they have topped the Pittsburgh Steelers an an AFC West opponent as well. The Browns had a record-setting performance last week in Kansas City as running back Jerome Harrison tallied 286 rushing yards and kick returner Joshua Cribbs returned his seventh and eighth career kickoffs for touchdowns to help the Browns to a win.

This week, the Browns hired a new team president in Mike Holmgren and considering how the team has played for Eric Mangini over the last two weeks, maybe they have in fact turned a corner.

For Oakland, sandwiched in between their two unexpected wins is an ugly home loss to Washington, which means they are still the same old Raiders.Play Online Poker

This week, look for the Browns to keep the momentum going. Harrison has provided a running game to take some pressure off of Brady Quinn, which should be enough to stop Oakland, who is playing its second straight road game. Reviews: Browns -3

Kansas City Chiefs @ Cincinnati Bengals
NFL Betting Lines: Bengals -13.5

If the Kansas City Chiefs were carved up by the Cleveland Browns last week, what will the Cincinnati Bengals do to them?

The Chiefs defense has been absolutely pathetic this year and while their offense has been OK when Jamaal Charles has been able to run and keep some pressure off of Matt Cassel, that’s not likely to happen against a good run defense in Cincinnati.

The Bengals are back at home after facing the No. 2 seeds in both the AFC and NFC on the road. This week, they’ll be glad to stomp on a horrible team like Kansas City and improve their playoff standing.

Sportsbook Reviews Picks: Bengals -13.5

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