Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Same-Game Parlay Picks: Believe in Baker Mayfield

NFL analyst Jason Radowitz is here to break down how you could win big with a same-game parlay this Sunday for the Week 9 matchup between the Bengals and Browns.
Jason Radowitz
Thu, November 4, 3:49 PM EDT

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Same-Game Parlay Picks: Believe in Baker Mayfield 

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It’s been an odd week leading up to this game for both teams. The Cleveland Browns are dealing with Odell Beckham Jr. drama, while the Cincinnati Bengals are dealing with a loss to the Jets. Both teams are heavily annoyed with the questions that are being asked at press conferences and are looking to put the past behind them.

Currently, the Bengals are short favorites, at home, against the Browns. However, neither team looked anywhere close to their potential last week as the Browns also lost to the Steelers. The Browns might be the best 4-4 team the NFL has ever seen, but they’re going to risk dropping below .500 with a loss to the Bengals. Here’s a Same-Game Parlay between the Browns and Bengals on Sunday, November 7.

Bengals vs. Browns Same-Game Parlay Picks

Browns Moneyline (+112)

There’s a real chance Nick Chubb can get back on the field against the Bengals this week for the Browns. Cleveland is rushing the football for 161.1 yards per game behind a fantastic offensive line that can make any running back look premier.

Meanwhile, the Bengals haven’t had the easiest time making tackles and have been more of an average defense up to this point. The Jets proved it against the Bengals last week, with Mike White throwing for over 400 yards in this game.

The Bengals have allowed 18 fewer points than the Browns this season in the same amount of games, but at the end of the day, the Browns have a much better pass rush (obviously) and coverage that is productive most of the time. On the road, I like the Browns to come away with the victory.

Browns Over 23.5 Team Total (+100) 

The Bengals are flat-out terrible when it comes to making tackles in the open field. When you can’t make tackles behind the line of scrimmage consistently or in the open field, it’s hard to get stops.

The Browns are fantastic at rushing the football and should have no problem blocking the defensive line of the Bengals to make plays down the field. Plus, with all the talk about Baker Mayfield being a bad quarterback, he will play with a chip on his shoulder. Getting Odell Beckham Jr. off the field might be beneficial to Mayfield in the long run. We’ll need 24 points to cash this ticket, and that’s pretty fair.

Browns +.5 First Half (-110)

The Bengals couldn’t stop a nosebleed last week against the Jets. They were fatigued and played soft coverage throughout the game. If the Browns watched the film, they’ll be ready to throw for short gains that turn into big gains. Slants, curls, and zigs should be in the cards for the Browns on top of the running game.

Meanwhile, the Bengals offense struggled to get much going in the run game last week, and Burrow was getting pressured nonstop. It’s not going to be any easier going up against Myles Garrett and the Browns defensive line. Look for the Browns to come out with a chip on their shoulder and beat down on the Bengals early.

Bengals vs. Browns SAME GAME PARLAY Picks

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  • Browns ML (+112)
  • Browns Over 23.5 Team Total (+100)
  • Browns -.5 First Half (-110)

Bengals vs. Browns Odds

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Jason Radowitz
@Jason_Radowitz
Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.
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