Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions

A get right spot for Cincy? Can the Rams keep surprising? Consider these same game parlay picks as a way to get some action tonight!

Making same game parlay picks can be tricky for a game like this, but due to the surprise nature of both teams, that opens us up to some favorable betting lines. Are the Los Angeles Rams as competitive as they seem? Is this Cincinnati Bengals team not nearly as good as we thought they were? Let’s take a look at some of the options for Rams vs. Bengals!

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Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals Odds

  • Spread
    Bengals -2.5
  • Moneyline
    Bengals -142, Rams +120
  • Total
    43.5

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Trivia Question: At his current pace, how old will fantasy football God Puka Nacua be when he breaks Jerry Rice’s all-time receiving yardage record?

Good thing there are two MNF games this week. This one could be a tough watch. That said, even tough watches come with avenues to make a little bit of noise in the betting markets, and this is how I plan on doing just that tonight.

The Rams have not seen more than 10 total points scored in the first quarter in any of their past six games. On the flip side, only one of the Bengals’ past eight regular-season points fit that bill, making that a decent spot to start building in a game with banged-up stars.

The story we are telling, clearly, is one of skepticism. Is Joe Burrow going to play? How impactful will Nacua’s injury be? We, the bettor, have the ability to take a side with conviction in a game like this, where the books are forced to take a conservative route in an effort to account for all possible outcomes.

With the primary health concerns impacting both past games, I’m projecting a run-heavy script that keeps the clock moving.

It took scoring on every possession in the second half, not to mention the Seahawks failing to pick up a non-penalty aided first down for those final 30 minutes, for the Rams to score 30 points in Week 1, the only time either of these teams reached even 25 points in a game this season.

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These point total unders are great, but it’s 2023, and there will be some offense, even if it’s limited. We know that Nacua is battling an oblique injury, so I’m going with the over-surprising receiver that has flown a bit under the radar through two weeks.

Tutu Atwell has 17 targets thus far to go along with a 14.4-yard aDOT (Nacua: 7.8 yards). That gives him the quantity/quality target profile that we love to back.

The Bengals have allowed a 30-yard catch to the secondary option in the opponent’s passing game in both contests this season (Elijah Moore in Week 1 and Zay Flowers in Week 2), a fact that only solidifies my confidence in Atwell if Nacua suits up.

  • Trivia Answer: At his current pace, Nacua would break Rice’s receiving yardage record this week in 2033. He would be 32 years old.
  • Same Game Parlay Pick: Neither team to reach 27 points, Under 10.5 first-quarter points, Tutu Atwell 50+ receiving yards.
  • Odds: +310 (at DraftKings)

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