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Conference Round Parlay Picks

2019 NFL Conference Round Parlay Picks
Written by Eric Williams on January 15, 2019

NFL Betting News
Okay NFL betting faithful, if you’re all fired up about this weekend’s pair of quickly-approaching conference championship match-ups and you’re looking for some expert betting predictions that could help you cash in on both contests, then consider your postseason ticket punched because I’ve got a couple of expert parlay picks just for you! And before getting into more detail, be sure to check out our exclusive NFL Playoffs bracket!

2019 NFL Conference Round Parlay Picks

L.A. Rams (14-3) at New Orleans Saints (14-3)
When: Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 3:05 PM ET
Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
NFL Odds: New Orleans -3.5 / Total: 57
Los Angeles Rams
Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams (14-3 SU, 8-8-1 ATS, 9-8 O/U) closed out the regular season by winning two straight games before taking out Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys 30-22 this past Saturday to narrowly cover the spread as a 7.5-point home favorite.

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Defending Champions Still Alive

Defending Champions Still Alive
NFL Odds: Eagles, Bears Wrap up the Wild-Card Weekend

The defending champions are still alive – barely. After sweeping their last three regular-season games SU and ATS, the Philadelphia Eagles (9-7 SU, 7-9 ATS) have earned the No. 6 seed in the NFC, and a Wild-Card game this Sunday, January 6, against the No. 3 Chicago Bears (12-4 SU and ATS). Kick-off from Soldier Field is at 4:40 PM ET on NBC.

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Despite their recent hot streak, the Eagles are holding steady as 6-point road dogs at press time, with the total unchanged at 41. Just like last year’s Super Bowl run, it’ll be Nick Foles at quarterback for Philly after incumbent starter Carson Wentz (fractured vertebra) went on the injured list in Week 14. However, the Eagles also have multiple injuries on their defense, leaving them as distant +3000 long shots to win Super Bowl LIII.

Chicago (+675) have much better odds as the NFC North champions. They’re healthy for the most part, and they feature the league’s best defense, although the Bears lack scoring punch with sophomore QB Mitchell Trubisky (24 TDs, 12 INTs) at the controls. His job on Sunday is to avoid making mistakes, and take advantage of the generous field position his defense will try to provide.

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