NFL Parlay Picks for Week 8 – Best NFL Parlay to Bet On

By Dan Vasta in NFL
| October 25, 2021 9:58 am PDT

The Week 7 slate is complete, but we have now turned the page towards Week 8. We are a week removed from seeing the weather impact a few outcomes.

The winds and precipitation were a factor in the Colts and 49ers game on Sunday Night Football. The nationally televised games have been enjoyable, with a few looking great on paper in Week 8.

I am more than doubling your starting wager price via SportsBetting.ag with my parlay for Week 8. The NFL odds are out, and the odds bring plenty of value. The risk is always worth the reward if it more than doubles your earnings.

Here is your Week 8 parlay pick to jot down for the winning week that you all deserve.

Kansas City Chiefs to Win (-425)

The Chiefs have their backs against the wall and need to get a winning streak going at this point. Patrick Mahomes struggled mightily against Tennessee and took way too many sacks, and was missing his throws.

That will change against the Giants on Monday Night Football. Tyreek Hill has a week to heal up, and Travis Kelce should put together a better performance. Their defense wasn’t overly impressive either.

However, going against an injury-riddled Giants squad could give them the confidence they need back. The Chiefs may not look like a playoff squad at the moment, but the season has plenty of games remaining. They have a week to collect their thoughts and get back on track.

Los Angeles Chargers to Win (-250)

The Bolts are a team that has an athletic quarterback that can spread the ball around. Making it challenging on the opposition is often the key, but Justin Herbert has a bevy of weapons that can dissect any opposing secondary.

The Patriot defense has looked good against the Jets. They even limited Tom Brady to zero passing touchdowns in a loss, but they have feasted on the lesser squads. While they hung in there against the Cowboys, the Chargers are at home and should get after Mac Jones.

Green Bay Packers to Win (+165)

The NFC has four division winners with one loss or fewer entering Week 8. That is seemingly impossible since we have only seen four divisions in a conference since 2002.

Green Bay could be playing as well as any division winner due to the play of Aaron Rodgers. They weren’t even clicking on all cylinders against Washington. They still won handily in a game that seemed like a 20-point blowout.

Arizona has been spectacular thus far in the season, but this team is too young to stand a chance at running the table. They have concerns that need to be improved upon every bit as much as Green Bay does. There should be a ton of points due to the secondary play not being elite.

While I had Arizona reaching the playoffs, I didn’t have them running the table going into this contest. The Cardinals are in a tough spot as a favorite. Even undefeated going into this game, can we trust Kliff Kingsbury? Kyler Murray might be the MVP, but this will be a playoff-like matchup.

Aaron Rodgers has threaded the needle without much help against the Cardinals in his playoff career. We have seen the future Hall of Famer throw for nearly 700 yards and seven total touchdowns in two career playoff games.

Plus, the Packers have covered in six of their past eight games as a road underdog. They are 6-2 straight up as well, which is vital.

Green Bay has plenty of offensive weapons, and Arizona isn’t going to remain undefeated forever. The NFC West is a challenge, and Green Bay could be one of the most challenging matchups left other than the Rams. Look for the slight upset victory on the road for Rodgers and his crew.

Pittsburgh Steelers to Win (+140)

The Browns picked up a solid home victory over Denver on Thursday Night Football. That was all despite playing without Kareem Hunt, Nick Chubb, and Baker Mayfield.

Mayfield could be out for the season (shoulder), and Hunt is out for a while (calf). Chubb (calf) could return for this game but may not be ready for a 20-plus carry game against the Steeler defense.

Pittsburgh has proven they can win ugly thus far in the season by playing backyard football. Najee Harris and Diontae Johnson are two stars on offense that can dissect opposing defenses. Harris is known for his strength and ability to shed tackles after catching dump-off passes from Big Ben.

Johnson has the speed to take the top off the defense, and he should dominate in slants and screens where Roethlisberger doesn’t need to throw the ball deep down the field. Case Keenum played admirably in a backup role, but we shall see how he continues as the starter.

Jarvis Landry is back, but the production of Odell Beckham Jr. for the past five years has been disastrous. The amount of injuries and the inability to consistently stay on the field has added up.

Pittsburgh will challenge for a playoff spot if they can sustain any momentum, and this seems like the place to grab a road victory against their bitter rivals.

Cowboys vs. Vikings Over 53.5 (-112)

The points will be flowing in this one on national television. The Cowboys look like they could hang 30 on the 1985 Chicago Bear defense. Minnesota has been getting after the passer, but their secondary has been struggling.

Dallas is average in most defensive categories, but they have failed to get enough clutch stops. The Cowboy defense improved from their worst squad ever last season.

Dallas has been opportunistic on the defensive side of the ball, but their offense has been lethal. Dak Prescott is throwing the pigskin like an All-Pro performer and has made every opposing defense look lost on the gridiron. Expect points from Kirk Cousins, and they will come in bunches on Sunday Night Football.

My Top Parlay for Week 8

  • Kansas City Chiefs to Win (-425)
  • Los Angeles Chargers to Win (-250)
  • Green Bay Packers to Win (+165)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers to Win (+140)
  • Cowboys vs. Vikings Over 53.5 (-112)

There you have it, the winning selections of the week. I mixed in a few upsets, but the value is too good to pass up on. If you risked $100 in this five-team parlay, it would net you nearly $2,000 at some of the top NFL betting sites.

Feel free to take a few more favorites, but the ceiling won’t be as high in the selections. There are other options to go with if you don’t prefer making parlay wagers. I wish you the best of luck in Week 8.

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