NFL Conference Championship Round Playoff Parlay Betting Picks, A fluky Hail Mary touchdown throw sunk my parlay pick for last weekend’s playoff games with Arizona failing to cover against Green Bay, but with just two online NFL betting games this Sunday, I have the inside edge for hitting both picks. Digging deep into both matchups, I am ready to release a winning NFL parlay for the conference championships based on betting odds from GT Bets.
NFL Conference Championship Round Playoff Parlay Betting Picks Game 1
Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers: Take OVER 47
The total has stayed UNDER in six of Arizona’s last seven games, but I think this online NFL Sportsbook betting matchup presents a golden opportunity to go against that betting trend for this Sunday’s game against Carolina. The Cardinals ended the regular season ranked first in the NFL in total yards per game (408.3) and Carson Palmer almost eclipsed that on his own with 349 passing yards in the win against Green Bay. Arizona was also ranked second in the league in scoring in the regular season with 30.6 points a game.
The only NFL team with more points per game this season was Carolina with 31.2. The Panthers ran-up 31 points on Seattle in Sunday’s win with the help of an interception return for a touchdown. Despite the fact that they took the second-half off in a tighter than expected 31-24 victory, I like Cam Newton and Co’s chances to have another big day at home against Arizona. While I am not sure which team actually wins this game, the total points scored will add up to more than 47.
Parlay US Sports Betting Picks For Game 2
New England Patriots at Denver Broncos: Take Denver +3.5
The Patriots stumbled down the stretch with a SU 2-4 record in their last six games, while going a costly 2-5-1 ATS in their last eight regular season contests. They were lucky to cover as six-point home favorites in a seven-point win against Kansas City this past Saturday and it is hard to ignore the fact that they are just 1-5 ATS in their last six road games against Denver. New England dropped a Week 12 decision against the Broncos earlier this year in a 30-24 loss as a 2.5-point road Bitcoin gambling site favorite.
Denver has been no bargain to bet on lately with 2-6-2 record ATS over its last 10 games including a PUSH against Pittsburgh this past Sunday in a 23-16 win. That being said, I still love the Broncos’ chances to pay-off this Sunday at home. GT Bets closed Denver as an underdog four times this season and it went 3-0-1 ATS in those four games.