Last Updated Nov 01, 2022, 2:16 PM
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions
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Bengals vs. Browns SGP Picks
- Cincinnati Bengals Over 22.5 Points Scored (-145)
- Joe Burrow (CIN) Over 254.5 Passing Yards (-150)
- Nick Chubb (CLE) Over 79.5 Rushing Yards (-145)
The Bengals have experienced their fair share of ups and downs to start the year, as Cincy posted a pair of head-scratching losses to the Steelers and Cowboys in the first two weeks of the season, while scoring just 18.5 PPG and turning the ball over five times in those events.
However, the Bengals have played excellent since their opening skid, as Cincy bounced back with an impressive 4-1 run in Weeks 3 through 7, while racking up 27+ PTS in all four of their victories during that span.
I’ll back Cincy to score 23+ PTS here, as Cleveland’s defense has now surrendered 23+ PTS in four straight games (28.5 PPG). So, I feel pretty comfortable backing the Bengals to achieve that same feat squad after seeing them rack up 27.2 PPG across their last five contests.
Joe Burrow and the Bengals’ offense stumbled out to surprisingly slow start to the season, as Burrow completed just 64% of his passes for 271 YPG across a 1-2 skid to open. However, Cincy’s passing attack has improved by leaps and bounds since that point, highlighted by Burrow completing 73% of his passes for 321 YPG across their ensuing four affairs, which includes a pair of performances north of 300 YDS during that timeframe.
So, I’ll back Burrow to keep it going against a Browns’ secondary that currently ranks 24th in the league in yards allowed per pass attempt (7.1 YPA).
The Bengals’ offense has played great since their head-scratching 0-2 start, however, the more noteworthy aspect of the Cincy’s turnaround has been their defensive dominance, highlighted by the Bengals entering Week 8 having surrendered 19 PTS or less in four of their last five affairs. But fortunately for Nick Chubb, Cincy’s defensive success has primarily stemmed from a secondary that currently ranks Top 10 in both passing yards allowed per game and yards allowed per pass attempt (202 YPG, 5.9 YPA).
So , I’ll back Chubb to have another solid night here, as he rushed 16+ times for 87+ yards in six-of-seven matchups to open the season (106 YPG), which includes four performances of 100+ rushing yards. And I think we’ll see Cleveland continue to lean on its ground game against a tough Bengals secondary on Monday night.