Bengals vs Browns
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With the legalization of sports gambling just around the corner, beginning January 1st, 2023, we are headed to Cleveland for the Battle of Ohio. Welcome to the 21st century, you Buckeyes.
Deshaun Watson will take on Joe Burrow and the Bengals in his second game since returning from an eleven-game suspension. Although Watson showed much rust against his former team a week ago, the offensive upside for this duel could do wonders for your wallet.
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FanDuel Prop Plays for Bengals vs Browns
The Bengals Three-Headed Monster Parlay for Sunday
I’ll start by saying that this Cincinnati receiving corps is entering a perfect storm, and we could be in line to see one of their best offensive performances of 2022.
Cleveland corner, Martin Emerson, could be the biggest problem for the Bengals. Currently ranked 25th in the NFL according to PFF, the rookie lines up wide on 79% of all his snaps and should see a healthy helping of Ja’Marr Chase.
That’s the most exciting matchup from a skill perspective, but he’s still a rookie, and I still think Chase will manage to shake loose just enough to improve upon his average of 0.83 touchdowns per game.
Newsome has allowed 175 yards after the catch, which ranks second worse on the team behind linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. Still, he’s only being targeted on 13% of his dropbacks in coverage. It’s something to keep an eye on with Boyd, who has 211 yards after the catch, or 29th most in the NFL.
Finally, all signs point to a massive game for Tee Higgins. The former Clemson Tiger will draw the most favorable matchup of the day with Denzel Ward, who PFF ranks 107th out of 119th among cornerbacks that qualify.
In what looks to be Ward’s worst professional season in his five-year career, receivers are recording a reception on 67.5% of his 40 targets and 15.4 yards per completion. His YPC currently ranks 3rd worst in the NFL among players over at least 450 snaps.
Both Higgins and Ward appear on the current injury report, but it seems they’ll both play. Worth mentioning, just in case I’m wrong.
|Ja’Marr Chase – Anytime Touchdown||+105|
|Tee Higgens – Anytime Touchdown||+135|
|Tee Higgins – 70+ Yards Receiving||+102|
|Tyler Boyd – 50+ Yards Receiving||+154|
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