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Stuart Durst is here with an NFL TNF SGP. Come find out his Same-Game Parlay between the Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins, including guys like Tyreek Hill.
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TNF Same-Game Parlay Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins: Should We Back Tyreek Hill and Miami's Defense?

Bengals vs. Dolphins Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Thursday, September 29
  • Game Time: 8:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: Prime Video, NFL+

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Today's Thursday Night Football matchup between the Dolphins and Bengals gives us a very interesting matchup between two prominent teams. The Dolphins are one of the few remaining undefeated teams, and the Bengals have gotten off to a bit of a lackluster 1-2 start (Super Bowl hangover?). The Bengals are currently 3.5-point favorites, with a total of 47, I think we’re in store for a great matchup tonight. 

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins Same-Game Parlay

Tyreek Hill 60 Yards/Miami 2+ Sacks -115 DK - (Bet $115 to win $100)

The team sacks market is one that I definitely think I’ll be exploring a bit more from now on. The Bengals offensive line was a huge story this offseason. After Joe Burrow carried that team to the Super Bowl, the number one priority became protecting their franchise quarterback. While I do think this offensive line will gel more as the season goes on, it's not off to a great start thus far. The Bengals have allowed 15 sacks in 3 games thus far (2+ in 3/3) and now get a Miami defense that blitzes more than almost any other team in Football. The Miami defense has recorded 2+ sacks in ⅔ games so far, with there 1 miss coming against Lamar Jackson. Joe Burrow is a quarterback that had a high sack rate last season, and I expect that to continue, he’s willing to risk the couple extra seconds in the pocket to make downfield plays work. 

Tyreek Hill has had an electric start to the season with the Dolphins. With much being made about the Dolphins' defense being on the field for 90 minutes last week, it seems like we can reasonably predict a higher-scoring game. Hill is coming into this game with an impressive 28.7% target share, despite a lackluster game against Buffalo (where that offense was barely on the field). Hill has one of the more interesting route trees in the league, where he’s constantly getting down the field but also gets his fair share of underneath passes with YAC intentions. On a short week, against a fairly middle-of-the-road secondary, I have a feeling the Dolphins rely on their pass catchers. Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill are one of the most lethal combos in the league, I expect both of them to get the job done tonight.

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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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