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JT Miller isn't done with the Wildcard Weekend just yet. He cooked up a plus-money same-game parlay for the Sunday Night Football NFL Playoff matchup between the Bengals vs the Ravens. Read on to see what his same-game parlay entails.

Sunday Night Football Same-Game Parlay: Hammer This Expert's +345 Bengals vs Ravens Same-Game Parlay

Well, I am back with one more play for the Sunday slate of Wildcard Weekend and I am doubling down on the Bengals here with a same-game parlay. This is not one of those crazy plus-odds ones you see but I like the value a lot considering we are basically just putting our money where our mouth is. I like the Bengals to win this game and expect their standout players to do what is necessary to make that happen so that is exactly what we are betting on here.

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

  • Date: Sunday, January 15, 2023
  • Start Time: 8:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: NBC

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Sunday Night Football Bengals vs Ravens Same-Game Parlay Breakdown

Leg one

The money line portion is self-explanatory. The Bengals should win here.

Leg two

The offense has been electric in the last ten games of the season and Joe Burrow is leading that team like a true MVP-caliber signal caller. They go over this number a lot and I expect them to do so today if they are going to win this one. Three touchdowns and a field goal is an easy minimum to ask for and I find it very likely to happen.

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Leg three

Joe Burrow o1.5 passing TDs. The Ravens' run defense is solid and the Bengals are without question a much more lethal team in the air with the weapons they have. Burrow is one of the truly elite passers in the league and he is surrounded by a core group of really talented wide receivers. Both of their running backs are very efficient pass catchers out of the backfield. Good quarterbacks use their tight ends as well and Burrow does just that. I definitely think the touchdowns come from the air tonight.

Leg four

Ja'Marr Chase anytime touchdown. This one is self-explanatory if you think the Bengals win this game in the air. You could choose Tee Higgins or Ja'Marr Chase and I would not argue either but I am going to go with the undisputed wide receiver No. 1 here as he is the elite one of the group. He's Burrow's favorite target and someone that they scheme to get the ball as much as possible. This is the riskiest leg in my eyes since he does have other talented receivers to go to and Chase should be guarded with importance but he is an elite receiver who should find himself open enough to hit the pay dirt.

Leg five

This one is for the value and I like it to hit. Burrow hit his career high in rushing yards this season but has not gone over ten yards in the last few games. I think we see Joe scramble for at least one big one tonight and break this number.

Sunday Night Football Same-Game Parlay Picks (+345) Bet $100 to collect $445 DraftKings has the best odds, click here to bet

  • Bengals ML
  • Bengals TT o23.5
  • Joe Burrow o1.5 Passing TDs
  • Ja'Marr Chase ATD
  • Joe Burrow 10+ rushing yards

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Born and raised in St. Louis, JT is a young gun in the industry but has already established himself as one of the sharpest. Some refer to him as the "King of the Ice" as a result of his dominance in the NHL, which has been his claim to fame. However, he also excels in other markets including the NFL, MLB, and NCAAF. You can follow JT on Twitter at @RickyBobbyBets.


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