NFL Week 3 parlay picks: Back the Packers, Cowboys and Chiefs on the road
The Dallas Cowboys wrap up Week 3 on Monday Night Football against the undefeated New York Giants. Photo by Tony Gutierrez/AP.

With 15 games to be played and a bounty of player props available, there are limitless options on the parlay front.

The pregame narrative: The Packers, Cowboys and Chiefs are all coming off a win and we like them to keep it rolling, despite each team being on the road. Tyreek Hill is in the zone, while Kirk Cousins and Davante Adams are poised for bounce-back games.

Check out our two best NFL Week 3 parlay picks, with a team-centric combo and a ticket that focuses on individual players.

NFL Week 3 parlay picks overview

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Parlay picksOddsBet now
Packers moneyline-103Add to betslip
Chiefs moneyline-245Add to betslip
Cowboys moneyline-105Add to betslip

Odds as of 11:58 a.m. on 09/23/2022.

NFL Week 3 parlay picks

Parlay No. 1: Packers ML + Chiefs ML + Cowboys ML (+447)

Tampa Bay's receiving core is thinner than Tom Brady's cheekbones. Mike Evans has been suspended for one game while both Julio Jones and Chris Godwin did not participate in practices this week.

Those absences compound an already troubling situation for the Buccaneers' offence. Starting centre Ryan Jensen is on the IR and LT Donovan Smith is banged up, too.

The Packers are coming off a classic rout of their rival Chicago Bears. Rodgers looked like the reigning MVP in a 27-10 defeat while the defence held up its end of the bargain in the victory. Expect the Packers to carry that momentum into a rematch of the 2021 NFC Championship game.

Indianapolis' offence, meanwhile, has looked anemic with Matt Ryan under centre. The Colts were shut out by Jacksonville last week and held to 20 points against Houston the week prior.

The Chiefs' defence has held opponents to 89 rushing yards per game and should be capable of limiting Jonathan Taylor and Co.

They also have Patrick Mahomes, which should help, as the MVP frontrunner has an NFL-best 127.9 passer rating and a 13-2 record in September.

We turn to the Cowboys for the last leg of this parlay.

Dallas' defence carried it to a win last week against Cincinnati, sacking Joe Burrow six times. Cooper Rush looked serviceable, too, with 235 passing yards, one touchdown and no turnovers.

The Giants may be undefeated, but we think the good times stop here. Daniel Jones is turnover prone and Micah Parsons should wreak havoc come Monday night.

Week 3 parlay No. 2

Hill over 74.5 yards + Cousins over 285.5 passing yards + Adams TD (+547)

Parlay picksOddsBet now
Hill over 74.5 yards-114Add to betslip
Cousins over 285.5 passing yards-115Add to betslip
Adams TD-120Add to betslip

Hill erupted for 190 yards last week and goes up against a thin Bills secondary this Sunday.

Buffalo has ruled out Micah Hyde and Dane Jackson, while All-Pro corner Tre'davious White remains on the IR. Jordan Poyer is also questionable to play.

Cousins, meanwhile, had a nightmare game last week, but that's what we've come to expect from the veteran on Monday Night Football. Within the friendly confines of the 1 P.M. Sunday slate, a bounce-back performance against Detroit is on the horizon.

He's averaged 310 yards against the Lions in the four games that Justin Jefferson has played.

Adams, on the other hand, was also quiet last week but he still found the endzone. The former Packer has amassed 24 targets in two games and is a candidate to pop against a Titans team that was just torched for 41 points.

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