Bengals vs Jaguars Same Game Parlay: +800 SGP for Monday Night Football

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Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images. Pictured: Tee Higgins.

Bengals vs Jaguars on Monday Night Football was supposed to be one of the most exciting primetime games of the year.

Then Joe Burrow got hurt. Now, the Jaguars are double-digit home favorites against a Cincinnati team led by Jake Browning.

The hype may be gone, but there's still betting value to be found, so let's build a Bengals vs Jaguars same game parlay for Monday Night Football.

Bengals vs Jaguars Same Game Parlay (+800 SGP; DraftKings)

  • Jaguars 1st Half -5.5
  • Jake Browning Over 0.5 Interceptions
  • Travis Etienne Anytime Touchdown
  • Tee Higgins Alt. Under 34.5 Receiving Yards

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Jaguars 1st Half -5.5

The Jaguars have been one of the best first-half teams in the NFL. On the year, they are 9-2 against the first-half spread.

However, after their hot starts, the Jaguars often take their foot off the gas — they are just 4-7 against the second-half spread. Rather than risk Jacksonville getting complacent in the second half, let's grab the first-half spread and trust the Jaguars to be who they've been all year.

Jake Browning Over 0.5 Interceptions

The most disappointing part of writing this parlay was not being able to bet on multiple Jake Browning turnovers. Jacksonville has already intercepted 11 passes this season, which ranks ninth in the NFL.

The Bengals struggle to stop opposing pass rushes, ranking as the sixth-worst team in pass block grade, per PFF. Cincinnati will now be trying to stop Josh Allen, who ranks fifth in sacks.

The added pressure will lead Browning into mistakes and add to the Jaguars' interception total.

Travis Etienne Anytime Touchdown

After scoring multiple touchdowns in three straight games in October, Etienne has been allergic to the end zone.

In his last four games, Etienne has just one touchdown. In addition to my dad’s favorite logic of “he's due,” the Bengals have struggled to stop rushing touchdowns more than passing touchdowns. Cincinnati ranks 10th in passing touchdowns allowed, but 24th in rushing touchdowns allowed.

Doug Pederson has no problem calling Etienne’s number at the goal line, as we saw during Etienne’s touchdown streak. In the red zone, Jacksonville has run the ball 45 times for nine touchdowns compared to 32 passes for six touchdowns.

Tee Higgins Under 34.5 Receiving Yards

When backups come in, numbers always plummet. However, things are worse for some receivers than others.

Ja’Marr Chase is clearly the top option for Cincy, so the gameplan will always feature a variety of plays schemed for him.

Higgins, although an excellent receiver, thrives with vertical routes and contested catches. When you have a pinpoint accurate quarterback like Burrow, back-shoulder throws and contested jump balls are valuable options. With Browning, those 50-50 balls are more risky and may get passed up for conservative throws.

This is no knock on Higgins, but what makes him great conflicts with his Browning's skill set. With a variety of other options on the field, Cincinnati will likely be hesitant to call its big wide receiver’s number.

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