NFL Week 2 Parlay Picks

It is always nice to open a new season of NFL action with a hit on a two-team parlay and that is exactly what I did with last Sunday’s two picks. Using Sportsbooks NFL betting odds, I have dug deep into this week’s matchups to come up with my top picks for this week’s NFL Two-Team Parlay.

NFL Week 2 Parlay Pick Game 1

San Francisco at Pittsburgh: Take the STEELERS -5

The 49ers closed as three-point home underdogs in Monday night’s season opener and in throwback to a few seasons ago they hammered the Vikings 20-3 behind a huge defensive effort. They now have to quickly put that win behind them and travel east on a short week to face the Steelers. I am not sure if Monday night’s win was more of Minnesota being overrated as opposed to the Oddsmakers taking San Francisco too lightly.

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Pittsburgh rallied to force a PUSH against New England in last Thursday’s 28-21 loss to the Patriots as a seven point road underdog. The extra rest should work in the Steelers’ favor this Sunday in their home opener. Pittsburgh has won 11 of its last 15 home games straight-up and it is 5-2 against the spread in its last seven games at Heinz Field. Stick with the home team in this one as the Steelers get back to work and cover the five points.

Game 2

Atlanta at New York: Take the GIANTS -2.5

Atlanta was another home underdog for last Monday night’s double-header. The Falcons were able to build an early lead against Philadelphia and then hold-off a second-half rally for a 26-24 win as 3.5-point underdogs. Atlanta moved the ball well on offense with both Matt Ryan and Julio Jones posting a big night, but the Eagles still shredded the Falcons’ defense in the second half.


New York will either bounce back from Sunday night’s self-inflicted 27-26 loss to Dallas as seven-point road underdogs or it will tailspin into another ugly start. I am banking on strong effort this Sunday at home based on what I saw in the Giants’ play in most of that NFL betting game. The stupid mistakes involving clock management can be fixed and for the most part I think Eli Manning did a good job moving the offense down the field. The Giants are 5-1 SU and 4-2 ATS in their last six games against Atlanta and I like their chances to take advantage of the Falcons playing a short week following an emotional win.

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