Last Updated Dec 23, 2021, 17:36 PM
NFL Week 4 Parlays, Props & Teasers
- Two-Team Parlay: Tennessee Titans -6.5 (-115) & Washington Football Team -1.5 (-110)
- Odds-Payout: +256
After stumbling out to another disappointing 0-3 start with rookie QB Zach Wilson under-center, the New York Jets will host the Tennessee Titans at MetLife this Sunday afternoon – with Derrick Henry and company hitting the road as a touchdown-favorite over New York in Week 4.
I’ll lay the points with the Titans here, as the Jets scored just six points across the last two weeks and lost each of those games by 19 or more (NE, DEN) – while Tennessee’s dynamic rushing game should also serve as New York’s most challenging defensive task of the year so far.
For my second play, I’ll skip down to a matchup between a pair of ailing 1-2 squads – as the Atlanta Falcons will host the Washington Football Team this Sunday afternoon.
I’ll lay the points with the WFT here, as Washington shouldn’t have trouble generating offense against a Falcons’ D that currently ranks 30 th in scoring (31.3 PPG) – while the WFT’s defense somewhat stood its ground in Weeks 1 and 2 against the Chargers and Giants before getting shredded for 43 points in Buffalo last week.
- Two-Team Parlay: Cleveland Browns (-130) & Los Angeles Rams (-210)
- Odds-Payout: +161
After picking up consecutive double-digit wins at home against Houston and Chicago, the Cleveland Browns will visit the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday afternoon – as Dalvin Cook and company will try to harvest momentum following an impressive 13-point victory over Seattle last week.
I’ll take the Browns’ money line here, as Minnesota effortlessly controlled the tempo against a Seahawks’ porous defensive front (155 YPG, 4.5 YPC) – but I doubt they’ll find the same success against Cleveland’s fourth-ranked rush defense in Week 4 (67 YPG, 3.1 YPC).
For my second money line play, I’ll dive into a battle between a pair of unbeaten NFC squads – as Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals will venture to L. A.’s Sofi Stadium for a duel against Matt Stafford and the Rams.
I’ll take L. A. money line here, as the Rams’ looked incredibly comfortable at home against the reigning Super Bowl champs last week (W, 34-24) – while the Cardinals’ perfect record seems a bit more flimsy based on their relatively weak strength of schedule to date (TEN, MIN, JAX).
- Chuba Hubbard (RB, Carolina) - Over 54.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
- Nick Chubb (RB, Cleveland) - Over 79.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
For my first player prop, I’ll look at Panthers’ rookie running-back, Chuba Hubbard – as the Oklahoma State product will start in place of the All-Pro, Christian McCaffrey, following a hamstring injury against the Texans last Thursday.
I’ll take the rookie’s rushing yards over, as Hubbard rushed 11 times for 52 yards following McCaffrey’s exit last week in Houston – and I expect him to run with a similar level of efficiency against a Cowboys’ defensive front that ranks 26 th in yardage allowed per rush attempt (4.7 YPC).
For my final play, I’ll go back to Sunday afternoon’s matchup between the Browns and Vikings – as Nick Chubb and the Browns will travel to Minnesota searching for Cleveland’s first 4-1 start since 1994.
I’ll take Chubb’s rushing yards over here, as Cleveland’s two-time Pro-Bowler has rushed for 80+ yards in each of the Browns’ first three contests (87.3 YPG) – and I expect him to produce similar results against a Vikings’ defense that currently ranks 28 th in yards allowed per rush (4.8 YPC).