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Week 17 NFL Parlay Picks

Written by on December 27, 2016

The final week of the NFL regular season is on us, and while several details were taken care of last week, there are still some scores to be settled and playoff spots to be earned this weekend. Things are a little different this week in that all the games take place on Sunday, which gives you a perfect excuse to lay on the couch all day nursing a New Year’s hangover. One of the best tonics you can have is to win some money, which is why we are going to try and put together a parlay ticket that can stick a little extra money in your wallet.

In Depth Analysis On The Week 17 NFL Parlay Picks


Week 17 NFL Straight Up Parlay – Steelers, Colts, and Falcons

The Pittsburgh Steelers have officially locked up the number 3 seed in the AFC, which may lead you to believe that some guys might be given a rest this weekend. I’m not so sure that they will all sit out the entire game, and it may be only after they have built up a lead over the Browns that Brown, Bell, and Ben get a little bench time. Should be a win for the Steelers, even if it is second string guys in place.The Indianapolis Colts season is over, and it has to be said that it was a disappointing one. Not quite as awful as what went down in Jacksonville this year, though, which is why you have to like Luck and the Colts at home versus the Jaguars. I just don’t see Jacksonville being able to keep pace with what the Colts can deliver on offense.The Atlanta Falcons are another team that has punched their playoff ticket, and who may be willing to rest some of their offensive guys. With the second seed and a first round bye in their sights, though, the chances of that happening are slim to none. I like them to come out and get the win against the Saints at home on Sunday.

Week 17 NFL Road Team Parlay – Cardinals, Chiefs, Seahawks

The Arizona Cardinals have been a disappointment this year, but last weekend proved that they can still be a dangerous team, beating the Seahawks with a last gasp FG in Seattle. They should have no problem taking care of an LA Rams team that looks to be in total disarray at the moment.The Kansas City Chiefs are still eyeing the number 2 seed in the AFC, and with Derek Carr done for the year, they have a legitimate shot at leapfrogging the Oakland Raiders to make that happen. I like the Chiefs to go on the road and pick up the win in San Diego.The Seahawks saw defeat snatched from the jaws of victory by the Cardinals last weekend, and they now need a win and some help in order to land the #2 seed in the NFC. Not sure that they will get the help they need from the New Orleans Saints, but I do like Seattle to get the job done in San Francisco.