NFL Week 14 Special Betting Props- Pennsylvania Parlay Boosters
Two team parlays are a great way to increase your return on investment as opposed to betting both games individually. The standard payoff odds at BetAnySports for a winning two-team parlay are 2.60/1 which equates to a profit of $260 on a $100 bet. Winning the games individually would bring in $200 in net winnings.
Each week of the NFL season, special props known as parlay boosters sweeten the pot for a specific parlay play of anywhere from two to four teams. One of the best-valued plays on this Sunday’s slate of games is the Keystone State two-team parlay of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh at 3/1 odds.
The 6-6 Eagles are on the road in a late 4:25 p.m. start against the NFC East rival 7-5 Dallas Cowboys as 3.5-point underdogs. A straight-up win would give Philadelphia a share of the division lead and a season split against Dallas after losing 27-20 at home in the first meeting as 7.5-point favorites.
Philly has been up and down all season, but it has finally strung two wins together against the New York Giants and Washington at home. Dallas is in the midst of a four-game winning streak both SU and against the spread, but it has had its issues against the Eagles at home in recent years. Philadelphia has covered in five of its last seven road games against the Cowboys and it has won four of its last five trips to Dallas SU.
Pittsburgh has dropped its last two games both SU and ATS as a three-point favorite against Denver on the road and the Los Angeles Chargers at home. In their third-straight game against the AFC West, the Steelers are listed as heavy 10.5-point road favorites at BetAnySports against the 2-10 SU (4-8 ATS) Oakland Raiders in another late 4:25 p.m. start this Sunday.
At 7-4-1 SU (6-5-1 ATS), Pittsburgh’s lead in the AFC North over the surging 7-5 Baltimore Ravens is down to half a game with New England at home and New Orleans on the road still on the slate. To build some momentum for those two brutal matchups, the Steelers know they need to post a convincing win against the one of the worst teams in the league this Sunday.