All For One, and One For All: Our favorite NFL Week 15 parlay and teaser picks

Dec 13, 2019 |
All For One, and One For All: Our favorite NFL Week 15 parlay and teaser picks
The Seahawks are a popular pick on both parlays and teasers this week, heading to Carolina to play the Panthers as 6-point road chalk.
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The Seahawks are a popular pick on both parlays and teasers this week, heading to Carolina to play the Panthers as 6-point road chalk.
Photo By - USA TODAY Sports

Tick tock. With just three weeks left in our season-long NFL teaser/parlay contest, some of the Covers Crew are swinging big in case they hit it with their Week 15 accumulators. 

If you’re new to our game, here are the dirty details: Six members of our Covers Team are going head-to-head-to-head-to-head-to-to-head-to-head this season, providing their favorite “accumulator” for the weekly NFL odds. Picks must give at least a three-game parlay or three-game teasers (standard 6-point wiggle) for full-game spreads and totals this football season. Odds used will be our Covers Line (the ultimate industry consensus odds) at the time of publish.

A case of beer and bragging rights are waiting for the winner come Week 17, but until then the battle continues. On with the NFL Week 15 teaser/parlay picks!

 

ANDREW CALEY, SENIOR PUBLISHING EDITOR (-6.2 UNITS)

THREE-TEAM PARLAY (+600)

CLEVELAND +3
SEATTLE +6
SEATTLE-CAROLINA OVER 48.5

OK. This is the parlay that's going to hit. I'm sure of it. Cleveland still has faint playoff hopes. And despite Baker's inconsistent play, the Cards are terrible against the pass. And we're double dipping with the Seahawks and Panthers. I just don't know how Carolina keeps up but Seattle has enough holes on defense for CMC to send this Over.

LAST WEEK:

BALTIMORE -6✅
KANSAS CITY +3✅
SEATTLE-L.A. RAMS OVER 46.5❌

ROB HANSEN, ALERTS/SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR (-1.8 UNITS)

THREE-TEAM TEASER (+160)

CLEVELAND -3
BUFFALO-PITTSBURGH UNDER 42.5
SAN FRANCISCO -5

Fading the Cards at home where thay have only won one game all season, Bills and Steelers may not reach 20 total points so teasing that game up makes sense, and the 49ers are going to destroy the Falcons at Levi's Stadium.

LAST WEEK:

MIAMI-N.Y. JETS UNDER 51.5✅
INDIANAPOLIS-TAMPA BAY OVER 41✅
JACKSONVILLE +9❌

BRANDON DUBREUIL, HOST OF PROP SHOP PODCAST (-8.8 UNITS)

FIVE-TEAM PARLAY (+850)

HOUSTON +3
NEW ENGLAND -10
MIAMI +3.5
L.A. RAMS -1.5
BUFFALO +1.5

No analysis other than I do lean towards all of these sides — this is nothing but a hail Mary attempt to get back into things here in this winner-take-all contest.

LAST WEEK:

BALTIMORE -6✅
MIAMI-N.Y. JETS OVER 45.5❌
SEATTLE-L.A. RAMS OVER 46.5❌

JASON LOGAN, SENIOR INDUSTRY ANALYST (+1.9 UNITS)

THREE-TEAM TEASER (+160)

GREEN BAY +1.5
KANSAS CITY -4
NEW ORLEANS -3

We're busting through some key numbers with the 6-point bulldozer, relying on some of the best teams in the NFL to get the job done in Week 15.

LAST WEEK:

GREEN BAY -6.5❌
DETROIT +19✅
HOUSTON -3❌

 

ROHIT PONNAIYA, PUBLISHING EDITOR (-3.6 UNITS)

THREE-TEAM PARLAY (+600)

NEW ENGLAND -10
SEATTLE -6
BUFFALO +1

Time to throw up a Hail Mary and try to catch up in this competition. Who am I kidding, this is the onside kick BEFORE the Hail Mary. Don't get too hung up on New England's struggling offense they get to face one of the league's worst defenses in the Bengals. The Pats will win big after coming out flat the last few weeks. Seattle should be able to continue it's success on the road against a Panthers team that can't stop the run and still has Kyle Allen under center. Speaking of teams which have played well on the road, Buffalo is 5-0-1 ATS in away games and their tough stop-unit matches up against a Steelers offense that has managed just 16.6 ppg in their last five contests. Give me the Bills and the points.     

LAST WEEK:

DETROIT +19✅
SAN FRANCISCO +8.5✅
SAN FRANCISCO-NEW ORLEANS OVER 38.5✅

PATRICK EVERSON, SENIOR WRITER LAS VEGAS (-7 UNITS)

THREE-TEAM PARLAY (+600)

MINNESOTA -1.5
L.A. RAMS -1.5
HOUSTON +3

Three-team parlay, all road teams. But WTH, here we go. Vikings -1.5, because Chargers gonna Charger, and there’s no home-field advantage for L.A. And speaking of L.A., Rams -1.5 at Cowboys. The early-week value got sucked out of that number, but I’ll take the Rams anyway. And Texans +3 at Titans, on the hopes that Tennessee is due for a letdown and Houston is due for a rebound. 

LAST WEEK:

NEW ENGLAND -3❌
BALTIMORE -6✅
SEATTLE +1❌

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