NFL 2020 Picks Competition: Win a trip to Las Vegas by picking a winning parlay this weekend!

AmericanBettingExperts are running a competition to find 2020’s NFL Betting Expert. Here’s how you can enter and win a trip to Las Vegas.

We’re running an NFL betting competition for the 2020 season. All you need to do to enter is pick out a 5 leg parlay on this weekend’s NFL games.

How to Enter

Submit your five NFL Sunday picks to or send them on Twitter to @americanbettors

Your entry will be added to the competition player list below. The winning parlay with the highest odds will be the weekly champion.


For Week Six, we have a copy of Madden 2021 to give away to the winner.

The overall winner will get a trip for 2 to Las Vegas, including flights and hotel stay!

Good luck!

Week Six Entries

  1. Neil Roarty

Weekly Winners

  • Week 1 No Winner
  • Week 2 – Rob Hillyer (+2400 Parlay)

Cincinnati Bengals +6, Panthers/Buccaneers Over 47.5, Denver Broncos +7.5, Jaguars/Titans Over 42.5, New York Giants +5.5

Parlay Odds: +2400 at DraftKings Sportsbook – $10 wins $240

  • Week 3 – Neil Roarty (+2442 Parlay)

Pittsburgh Steelers -4, Raiders/Patriots Over 47, Indianapolis Colts -10.5, Tampa Bay Buccaneers -6, Seattle Seahawks -4.5

Parlay Odds: +2442 at DraftKings Sportsbook – $10 wins $254.19

  • Week 4 – Josh Widman (+976 Parlay)

Los Angeles Rams -6.5, Tampa Bay Buccaneers -7, Green Bay Packers -7.5, Baltimore Ravens -7.5, Alvin Kamara to Score a TD

Parlay Odds: +976 at bet365 Sportsbook – $10 wins $98.60

Seahawks ML, Rams/Washington U47, Cardinals -7, Steelers ML, Panthers +2.5

Parlay Odds:

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