Last Updated Oct 01, 2022, 5:00 PM

Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions

NFL betting expert Michael Crosson gives his same game parlay selection for Thursday night's primetime matchup between the Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals. Odds provided by DraftKings.

Dolphins vs. Bengals SGP Picks

  • Dolphins ML (+170)
  • Tyreek Hill (MIA) Over 70.5 Receiving Yards (-120)
  • Tyreek Hill (MIA) to Score a Touchdown (+120)

Payout: +575

Cincinnati posted a surprisingly slow start following last year’s impressive playoff run, as Joe Burrow and co. kicked off the season with a pair of head-scratching losses to Pittsburgh and Dallas, while averaging just 18.5 PPG and turning the ball over five times across those two matchups. However, the reigning AFC Champs bounced back with an easy 27-12 victory over the Jets in Week 3, finally breathing some life into this Bengals squad heading into a tough primetime matchup against the undefeated Dolphins.

Miami, on the other hand, is off to a red-hot start to the season, as the Dolphins currently stand as the lone undefeated squad in the AFC after posting consecutive wins over the Patriots, Ravens and Bills to open the year, while racking up 27.7 PPG on 355 YPG across those three contests.

I’ll back Miami here, as Cincy’s o-line looked pretty good against the Jets this past Sunday, as Burrow went down for a season-low two sacks during a double-digit road victory in Week 3, however, the Bengals surrendered 6+ sacks in each of their two games prior to that, and I expect those o-line struggles to persist against a tough Dolphins’ defense that’s smothered its opponents to 19 PTS or less in two-of-three matchups to open the season.

Former Chiefs’ WR Tyreek Hill exploded onto the scene in his first two games with the Dolphins, as Hill hauled in 19-of-25 targets for 284 receiving yards and two touchdowns in Weeks 1 and 2. In Week 3, however, Hill was barely on the field, as the Dolphins’ offense ran just 39 plays for 212 total yards in a hectic win over Buffalo this past Sunday, with Hill accounting for just 33 yards on two receptions in the contest.

Hill has become notorious for his occasional disappearances from the stat sheet, and judging by his first three weeks with the Dolphins, it looks like his tenure in Miami will be no different. Both of Hill’s touchdowns were longballs aided by broken defensive coverages against Baltimore in Week 2, and while that possibility always remains on the table with a speedster like Hill, I think we’ll see Miami’s redzone scheme favor him more-and-more moving forward.

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