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NFL Football Picks: Handicapping Angles – Week 1 Free Parlay

Week 1 FREE NFL Parlay Picks

The 2014 NFL regular season gets underway this week which presents the perfect opportunity to cash-in on a few bad Week 1 lines with a two-team parlay that gets things started in the right direction. Here are my top two plays for Week 1 in the NFL and these are two great games. Cincinnati vs. Baltimore & Washington vs. Houston.

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Game 1 – Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens

NFL Pointspread: Baltimore -2
NFL Total Line: 43

The Cincinnati Bengals clearly established themselves as the cream of the crop in the AFC North last season with a straight-up record of 11-5 that won the division title by three full games over both the Steelers and the Ravens.

They finished the regular season with one of the top defenses in the league and even though quarterback Andy Dalton continues to struggle with consistency throwing the ball, he still has one of the best targets in the league in AJ Green.

Cincinnati has been a solid bet as a small dog with an 11-1-2 record ATS in its last 14 games as an underdog of three points or less.

Baltimore went from being a Super Bowl Champion in 2012 to a .500 team in 2013.

Since then it has been plagued with a number of off-field distraction and with no major upgrades in personnel this past offseason, it could easily take another step backwards this season.

The Ravens have failed to cover in four of their last five divisional games and they will not cover in this one as they fall SU to the Bengals on opening day.

Game 2 – Washington Redskins vs. Houston Texans

NFL Pointspread: Houston -3
NFL Total Line: 45

Washington’s worst-to-first-to-worst journey over the past three seasons puts it squarely back to start in what could be considered a rebuilding year. With Jay Gruden taking over the reins as head coach, the Redskins have plenty of fire power to light up the scoreboard, especially with the addition of a play maker like DeSean Jackson.

They will first need Robert Griffin III to return to the form that led to a NFC East title in 2012. They will also need a defense that allowed an average of 29.9 points per game to play much better than it did last year.

It also does not help that Washington is 1-5 ATS in its last six road games as an underdog.

Houston is another hard team to figure out after going from 12-4 in 2012 to just two wins last season, which came in the first two weeks of the season. Ryan Fitzpatrick has been brought it to run the offense with both Arian Foster still running the ball and Andre Johnson catching it.

The Texans added Jadeveon Clowney on defense with the first overall pick in the draft to complement All-Pro JJ Watt so the talent on both sides of the ball is still there.

Both teams come into this game trying to make an early statement, but the only one that actually gets it done is Houston with a win at home that covers the three points to seal the back-end of Week 1’s NFL parlay.

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