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Thursday Night Football is here which means Stuart Durst has cooked up another NFL parlay for us. See how he's betting the AFC North battle on Thursday night when the Cleveland Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Thursday Night Football Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tail This +245 Same-Game Parlay

Browns vs. Steelers Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: September 22, 2022
  • Game Time: 8:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Video

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Browns vs. Steelers Same-Game Parlay (+245) (Bet $100 to win $245)

Jacoby Brissett & Mitchell Trubisky Under 224.5 passing yards

Chase Claypool & Amari Cooper Under 54.5 receiving yards

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Today's Steelers versus Browns divisional matchups gives us one of the lower totals we’ve seen this season, and in recent Thursday Night Football history. While I’m normally targeting high upside players for these longshot articles, I attempted to change up my strategy today. With two top-tier NFL defenses squaring off, and now reports of heavy wind, I decided to target some alternate unders on DraftKings Sportsbook

A rather unimpressive game gives us an opportunity to experiment with a new strategy. I took both quarterbacks to end up going under 225 passing yards along with Claypool and Cooper to stay under 55 passing yards, all lines heavily inflated from their regular totals. Brissett went for 147 and 229 yards this season, needing a dramatic 31-30 loss to the Jets to barely overcome that number. With a run-heavy game plan, a total of 37.5, and the Steelers defense coming to play, I like Brissett in the 190’s. Cooper also went over this number in half of the games, with his win also coming in the Jets matchup. He’s a good player but if this game goes according to the script, I have a hard time seeing him heavily involved. 

Mitch Trubisky has recorded 168 and 197 passing yards in his first two outings, despite going into an overtime game against the Bengals in Week 1. He’s averaging an insanely low 5.1 yards per attempt, and dinking and dunking his way down the field. Even if they do fall behind in this game, they seem committed to slowing down the game and establishing the run. It's just a matter of time before rookie Kenny Pickett gets his chance. I'm not confident he clears 200 passing yards. As for Chase Claypool, he is no longer serving in the downfield role, he’s now mostly playing in the slot running very short routes. Despite 12 targets in 2 games, he’s only recorded 26 and 18 yards in his first two games. It seems like being the third safety blanked in this Steelers offense isn't a great role. 

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Stuart Durst, also known as @MonotoneFootbal on Twitter, is a writer and sports bettor specializing in the NFL, NBA and CFB. When he’s not writing for OddsChecker, he enjoys playing basketball and talking player props with his community.


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