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The Cleveland Browns are hosting the New York Jets on Sunday. Our NFL Expert, Matt O'Leary shares his same-game parlay for this AFC matchup.
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Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets Same-Game Parlay: Doubling Down on Unders

After a last-second win on the road in Carolina, the Cleveland Browns head back home to host the New York Jets. The Jets are coming off a 24-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in a game where there wasn't much offense.

With the Browns and Jets both starting backups in Joe Flacco and Jacoby Brissett will we see an offensive struggle on Sunday? For my Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets same-game parlay, I am doubling down on unders.

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Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: Sunday, September 18

Time: 1:00 pm ET

Where to Watch: CBS

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Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets Same-Game Parlay

2-leg same-game parlay +131 (Bet $100 to win $131)

Leg 1: Under 39.5

This feels like one of those games that sets the NFL 50 years back. I hate to say it but I have very little faith in either Joe Flacco or Jacoby Brissett on Sunday. The Browns will likely run the ball a lot with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt which will lead to longer drives and more time of possession.

In Week 1, the Jets' run defense did a good job of containing Lamar Jackson so it's not like I necessarily expect Chubb to run for 200+ yards. This screams a 17-14 type of game, with both offenses struggling to get much going.

Leg 2: Browns Under 23.5

See above. The Browns likely win this game but I don't really see any of these teams scoring a bunch of points. In Week 1 they scored 26 points against a Panthers defense that really struggled against the run. I don't anticipate a repeat performance.

23 feels like the max amount of points that we will see from either side in this one. Also, don't expect Jacob Brissett to come out throwing a lot. In week one he threw for just 147 yards. Performances like that don't tend to yield a lot of points.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.

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