Week 11 of the 2023 season gets underway on Thursday night with a tremendous matchup in the AFC North as the Cincinnati Bengals go on the road to play the Baltimore Ravens. There are multiple star players in this primetime contest, making this the perfect game to play a same-game parlay.
With a same-game parlay, bettors can take two or more of their favorite bets from a particular game and put them together in hopes of a big payout.
For Thursday night’s game, I’ll be using DraftKings Sportsbook to hopefully compile a winning same game parlay using sides, totals, and player props.
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Best Same Game Parlay Picks for Bengals vs. Ravens (+1300)
- Lamar Jackson OVER 1.5 TD passes (+114)
- Mark Andrews OVER 57.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
- Tyler Boyd OVER 44.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
- Joe Mixon OVER 54.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
Lamar Jackson OVER 1.5 TD passes (+110)
Jackson is coming off his worst performance of the season last week against the Browns. The star quarterback completed a season-low 56.3% of his passes for 169 yards, a touchdown, and two interceptions. It was the first time all season that the former league MVP threw two interceptions in a game.
The 26-year-old quarterback will look to bounce back against the Bengals, who got lit up by Houston Texans rookie QB C.J. Stroud last week. Jackson has only gone OVER 1.5 touchdown passes in three out of 10 games this season, but he’s thrown 12 touchdown passes against the Bengals (second-most in his career). We will lean on history and take the OVER as Jackson has two good pass catchers in Mark Andrews and Zay Flowers.
Mark Andrews OVER 57.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
After only being held to 44 yards on two catches last week by the Browns, Andrews has a favorable matchup against the Bengals. Cincinnati’s defense allows the fourth-most receiving yards to tight ends and ranks 30th in DVOA-TE, per ftnfantasy.com.
The star tight end has gone OVER 57.5 receiving yards in five out of nine games this season. Andrews is averaging 55.5 receiving yards per game at home.
Tyler Boyd OVER 44.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
With Tee Higgins out for the second consecutive game, Joe Burrow will look for another big game from veteran Tyler Boyd. Boyd was one of the standout stars in last week’s game vs. Houston. Boyd produced eight receptions (12 targets) for 117 yards.
The former Pitt Panther wideout has only gone OVER in three out of nine games this season, but he’s stepped up in the last two games with 56 and 117 receiving yards. Baltimore is ranked second in DVOA-WR this season, making this a challenging matchup for Boyd. But with Chase commanding most of the attention, Boyd should find some open spaces in the Ravens’ defense.
Joe Mixon OVER 54.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
Cincinnati has struggled to run the ball this season (74.8 yards per game), but that shouldn’t deter them from giving Joe Mixon carries.
When these two played each other in Week 2, Mixon had 59 yards on 13 carries (4.5 yards per carry). This season, the Ravens have allowed 100.5 rushing yards per game (11th-best in the NFL) but couldn’t stop Browns RB Jerome Ford from rushing for 107 yards last week. Mixon has gone OVER 54.5 rushing yards in six out of nine games this season and is averaging 72.8 yards per game on the road.
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