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NFL Week 16 Money Line Parlay Betting Advice and Prediction

New England Patriots: Unload frustrations in Jacksonville

Coming off a 41-34 Week 15 home loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the New England Patriots are set to unload their frustrations on Jacksonville. The Pats still have an outside shot at the #2 seed, and a first round bye in the 2013 NFL playoffs, so they won’t hold anything back against the Jaguars. Dating back to 1995, the year the Jags came into the league, New England has dominated this series as they are 8-1 S/U and they’ve outscored Jacksonville by a 229-140 count. Since 2008 the Patriots are 14-4 in games that follow a loss.

Green Bay Packers: NFL 2012 NFC North Champs are looking for more

With a 21-13 win over the Chicago Bears in NFL Week 15 action, the Green Bay Packers locked up the NFC North division and secured a spot in the playoffs. Two wins by the Pack, coupled with one loss by the 49ers that may come in Seattle on Sunday, would earn Green Bay the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs. We expect that it will be all hands on deck for their Week 16 tussle with the Tennessee Titans. Despite their MNF win over the Jets, the Titans are not a good football club and the Packers will close out their home schedule in style.

Denver Broncos: Tracking the #2 seed in the AFC 2013 postseason party

After squeaking into the playoffs with an 8-8 record last season, the Denver Broncos have been pedal to the metal during the 2012 NFL campaign. The gutsy move to bring QB Peyton Manning to the Mile High city has paid huge dividends as the Broncos can finish with a 13-3 record and earn a first round bye in the postseason. Cleveland comes into Denver after a 38-21 Week 15 home loss to Washington – against a rookie QB making the first start of his career. The Brownies 25th ranked pass defense will be torched by Manning & Co.

Online Sports Betting NFL Week 16 Money Line Parlay Odds and Prediction

Turning to the sportsbetting.ag online wagering website, we find thick chalk lines for the three favorites on this parlay ticket. We are getting teams with a combined 31-11 record who are facing teams that own a combined 12-30 record. As such, we’ll shamelessly take a small chunk back in Week 16 with a dime bet on a Patriots (-940), Packers (-660) and Broncos (-740) three team money line parlay at the SportsBetting sportsbook!

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