NFL Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens Same Game Parlay: Mark Andrews torments Browns again at +1300 odds

Oct 1, 2023; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (89) catches a touchdown as Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward (21) and safety Juan Thornhill (1) and cornerback Greg Newsome II (0) defend and during the first half at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
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The AFC North is the strongest division in the NFL so far this season, with all 4 teams sitting at least 2 wins above .500 and there have already been some brutal battles between them this season.

The Cleveland Browns took a battering in their first meeting with the division-leading Ravens, when rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson was overwhelmed after being handed a tough first start at extremely short notice. Deshaun Watson is back for the Browns now, and they will at least be expecting to make a closer game of it than that 28-3 Week 4 home loss — especially with key tiebreakers at stake.

I have put together a 3-leg Browns vs Ravens Same Game Parlay that would provide a payout at +1300 odds with DraftKings Sportsbook at the time of publishing. You can check out the full game preview in our Week 10 NFL predictions, but now let’s take a look at my Browns vs Ravens Same Game Parlay.

Under 37.5 points (-108)

Mark Andrews anytime TD scorer (+185)

Deshaun Watson over 19.5 rushing yards (-115)

Same Game Parlay odds: +1300

Under 37.5 points (-108)

Another bruising battle seems likely at the M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, with the league-leading Browns defense coming off a shutout win over Arizona last week while the Ravens restricted Cleveland to just 3 points in the first meeting.

The Browns had little to fight back with in that first encounter, with Dorian Thompson-Robinson not even being informed that he would be starting until 10:30 am on gameday, but they have a new offensive challenge in the return with two more offensive tackles ruled out. Already missing starting RT Jack Conklin, the Browns have been getting by pretty well with impressive rookie Dawand Jones starting in Conklin’s spot opposite Jedrick Wills. However, Wills and Jones are both ruled out for this game, meaning the Browns will be starting their 4th tackle on the depth chart, James Hudson, and their 5th tackle, likely to be recent arrival Geron Christian, who would be making his first appearance for the team. That has to limit their offensive potential and make another low-scoring contest between these rivals more likely.

Mark Andrews anytime TD scorer (+185)

Some players have charmed records against certain teams but few have anything like as good a scoring record against one rival as Ravens tight end Mark Andrews has against the Browns. Andrews has scored an incredible 9 touchdowns against the Browns since 2019, including 2 in this season’s game against Cleveland when he led the team with 80 receiving yards.

The Browns’ pass defense could be boosted by the return of Greg Newsome this week but until they find some way of stopping Andrews from running free in their meetings, he will always be one to consider on the list of potential TD scorers.

Read our full Browns vs Ravens predictions

Deshaun Watson over 19.5 rushing yards (-115)

Lamar Jackson’s rushing yards over might be a popular prop pick for this game after he had 2 rushing scores in the Week 4 game, but his counterpart Deshaun Watson’s rushing yards might be an even easier cash. With the Browns’ offensive line issues noted above, there’s an increased likelihood of Watson needing to take off and scramble in addition to the planned QB runs that are already in the playbook.

Browns fans will hope that Watson gives up the chance for a few extra yards by sliding or going out of bounds rather than seeking out contact at the end of his runs as has been the case of late, but there’s still enough potential there for him to reach the 20-yard mark for rushing for what would be the fourth time in 5 full games (which excludes the Colts game that he left in the first quarter).

Check out Prop Holliday’s NFL player props for Week 10  and our NFL Week 10 mega parlay

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