NFL Week 8 Betting Parlay


NFL Week 8 Betting Parlay NFL betting is almost at its halfway point and that’s good news for bettors; we have plenty of useful stats and info to help us do our homework. With that in mind, consider this Week 8 parlay with spreads courtesy of

Bears -13.5 over Browns

It’s always a bit risky to pick a 13.5-point favorite to cover, but emotions will be at play here. The Bears were humiliated by the Bengals in Week 7 and you can bet they’ll be anxious to crush someone at home. The Browns rank dead last in the NFL in total defense, allowing a hilarious 414.9 yards per game. If ever there was a game for Jay Cutler, Matt Forte and the Bears offense to absolutely explode, this is it.

Jaguars +3 over Titans

The Titans are an official member of the NFL’s Society of Horrifically Bad Teams, joining Cleveland, Tampa Bay, Kansas City, Oakland, Detroit and St. Louis. They’re favored to beat the Jaguars at home perhaps because odds makers expect the Titans to come out angry after losing 59-0 to New England two weeks ago. There’s just one problem: the Titans can’t pass or defend the pass. Patriot defensive backs caught more balls from Tennessee quarterbacks Vince Young and Kerry Collins than the Tennessee receivers did in Week 6. The Titans allow 300-plus passing yards per game, worst in the league, and face a team that already lit them up once this season. Hard to imagine Tennessee winning this one.

Cardinals -9 over Panthers

Well, would you look at that; the Cardinals may not come back to Earth after all this season. They shocked the betting community with a road win over the New York Giants and are suddenly 4-2. We know their passing game is great, but it’s the stout run defense that is developing surprisingly well. The Carolina Panthers only seem to beat teams with poor run defenses; against the Cardinals, they’ll struggle to score. Online betting fans should expect Kurt Warner and the Cards to repeat last year’s playoff dismantling of the Cats. Carolina fans may want to avert their eyes and focus on World Series odds instead.


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