If you like to increase your chances of cashing in on some bankroll-boosting NFL preseason parlay picks, then you’re going to have a great opportunity to do just that thanks to the trio of expert parlay picks that you’re about to get. With Week 4 quickly approaching, let’s get started with these great NFL lines.
Here’s a Closer Look at the NFL Preseason Week 4 Parlay Picks
“My goal is to come back and be the best I can be.”
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) August 30, 2016
New England at New York Giants (-3)
When: Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 7:00 PM
Where: MetLife Stadium
Analysis: The New England Patriots re coming off a hard-fought 19-17 win over the Carolina Panthers and enter this contest looking to finish the preseason 4-0. Backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett led the Pats to victory with 85 passing yards and one touchdown and will start under center in this preseason finale.
The New York Giants look to finish the preseason at 2-2 after squeaking past the New York Jets 21-20 in their Week 3 matchup behind Ryan Nassib’s 69 passing yards and two touchdowns. Nassib will start for the G-Men in this affair.
For this Week 4 finale, I think the value lies with the only team in this contest with a competent defense, the New England Patriots. Not only that, but I love Patriots backup Jacoby Brissett, who for some reasons reminds me a little bit of Randall Cunningham.
My Pick: New England 24 NY Giants 21
Green Bay at Kansas City (-3.5)
When: Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 8:00 PM
Where: Arrowhead Stadium
Analysis: The Green Bay Packers will look to finish the preseason with a perfect 4-0 mark after beating the San Francisco 49ers 21-10 in Week 3 behind Joe Callahan’s 167 passing yards and one touchdown. Callahan could get the start in this affair and will likely play at least a half.
The Kansas City Chiefs picked up a solid 23-7 win over the Chicago Bears as starting quarterback Alex Smith passed for 181 yards on 20 completions. For me, with Kansas City backup Nick Foles getting the start in this matchup, the Chiefs are the right pick to win and narrowly cover the NFL betting odds although I will admit that Green Bay backup Joe Callahan looked damn good last week.
My Pick: Kansas City 27 Green Bay 21
Seattle at Oakland (-1.5)
When: Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 10:00 PM
Where: Oakland Coliseum
Analysis: The Seattle Seahawks will look to finish the preseason with three wins after beating the Dallas Cowboys 27-17 in Week 3 as Russell Wilson passed for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Backup Trevone Boykin will get the start for Seattle in this preseason finale.
The Oakland Raiders have been on the wrong end of consecutive preseason losses, including their humbling 27-14 loss to Tennessee in Week 3. Derek Carr passed for 169 yards and two touchdowns, but Oakland’s defense was nearly non-existent. Backup Matt McGloin will get the start in this matchup.
To get right to the point, I like Seattle to get the win behind the gifted – and totally underrated Trevone Boykin, a player that I loved in college and one that I believe still has plenty of star potential and is far and away better than Oakland’s Matt McGloin.
My Pick: Seattle 28 Oakland 20