Best NFL Parlay Bets Today: Cardinals vs Broncos - NFL Week 15 - December 18 (+400) | 2022 NFL Football Season

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Best NFL Parlay Bets Today: Cardinals vs Broncos

Plenty of parlays are available for this Week 15 matchup, where the Denver Broncos will take on the Arizona Cardinals in the Mile High City. The Broncos are just 3-10, and they're in the midst of a disappointing five-game losing streak. They'll try to end this skid this afternoon behind backup QB Brett Rypien at home, but it won't be easy, even with the Cardinals' recent struggles. Arizona has dropped three consecutive games, and they'll be on the road, where they've actually fared a lot better this year, so we'll see which team can pull it together this afternoon. Below, we'll take you through the best same-game parlay, courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Denver Broncos Match Details

Fixture: Arizona Cardinals @ Denver Broncos

Date & Time: Sunday, December 18, 4:05 p.m. EDT

Venue: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

NFL Parlay Leg #1: Jerry Jeudy Longest Reception Over 23.5 Yards

Jerry Jeudy is the Broncos' second-leading receiver, not too far behind teammate Cortland Sutton. On the year, Jeudy averages 14 yards per reception, and looking at his past seven games where he's recorded a catch, in six of them, he's had a reception go for over 23 yards. Even with Brett Rypien at QB, Jeudy should be able to get the ball a few times, and the fact that Jeudy averages about six yards after the catch can help him rattle off some big gains. The Cardinals' pass defense has struggled all year, so expect Jeudy to have at least one big play today.

NFL Parlay Leg #2: James Conner Over 68.5 Rushing Yards

James Conner has been excellent for Arizona in recent weeks, and with Kyler Murray out, the Cardinals will rely on Conner even more from now until the end of the season. Over his last two games, the Pitt product has totaled 205 yards on 40 carries. He's also facing a Broncos defense that has allowed opposing running backs to amass 69 yards in eight of 13 games this year, so look for Conner to be productive once again.

NFL Parlay Leg #3: Brett Rypien Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns

Brett Rypien has thrown just 96 passes in his career, and there's really not enough of a sample size to trust him to throw two TDs today. He's managed just a 51.9% completion rate this year over 54 attempts, and he's thrown two picks as well, which isn't promising. Expect him to stay under two TDs today at home in what could be a very low-scoring affair.

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Edited by Lucas Abrenica