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Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code STARTFULL: $1,250 First Bet for Monday Night Football

It’s the Buckeye Bowl this week as the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns meet on Monday Night Football. Oddsmakers at Caesars Sportsbook have the Bengals at -3 as a road favorite, with the Over/Under at 45 points. Sports bettors can get a $1,250 First Bet when they use Caesars Promo Code STARTFULL.

Claim your $1,250 First Bet on Caesars with Caesars Promo Code STARTFULL

That means your first wager is on Caesars up to $1,250, depending on how much you deposit and bet on Monday Night Football or any other NFL game. New Caesars Sportsbook users will also receive 1,000 Reward Credits® and 1,000 Tier Credits.

MNF games have been thrilling this season. So far three of the seven games have been decided by three points or less, and more than half have seen the teams finish within one score. Don’t miss out on the MNF first bet from Caesars’ $1,250 offer. Just register and make your first wager. 

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Your first wager on Monday Night Football can’t lose when you register with Caesars and get the first bet promo, which is a value that can grow to as large as $1,250.

Getting the Promo Code is this easy:

  1. Register a new account with Caesars and input Caesars promo code STARTFULL.
  2. Confirm your identity.
  3. Make your first deposit.
  4. Bet on Monday Night Football as your first bet. Your first bet is the bet that the Caesars promo will be applied to.
  5. If your first wager does not win, Caesars will match that stake in the form of free betting credits up to $1,250.

New Caesars users will also get 1,000 Reward Credits® and 1,000 Tier Credits. Caesars Rewards is the leading loyalty program in the industry, and reward credits can be redeemed for trips, VIP experiences, travel upgrades, prizes, and more.

This offer is available from Caesars Sportsbook in Arizona, Colorado, Indians, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Cincinnati Bengals (-3) at Cleveland Browns

Who are the Browns? The team that started the season 2-1, with a promising offense and a “bend-don’t-break” defense? Or are they the team that’s lost four consecutive games while allowing 28.5 points per?

The last four games have been U-G-L-Y for the Browns as they enter the first of their two games against division and state rival, the Bengals.

Remember when the Bengals came within three points of winning the Super Bowl last February? That seems like ancient franchise history, just one of three Super Bowl defeats for the team in the orange and black striped helmets. But, it’s floating over this team and coaching staff like a looming reminder of what they aspire to now, but can’t seem to focus on.

Cincinnati lost their first two games in crushing fashion, and all three of their defeats have come by a combined eight points. Now resting at 4-3, coach Zac Taylor and his team are entering a four-week stretch where they should get three wins and a bye. Given how well the defense has played this season (only three opponents have scored as many as 20 points), Taylor must like his chances to lead his team into a playoff position.

For the Browns to win this game straight up, it’s going to take their defensive unit to step up. So far, Cleveland ranks 23rd in the NFL in rushing yards allowed, and no NFL team has surrendered more than the 13 TDs the Browns have on the ground. The D has six takeaways, including just one interception.

That seems to mean Cincy quarterback Joe Burrow might find himself handing the ball off frequently to running back Joe Mixon, who carries (literally) a larger portion of the running attack than any other RB in the game. Of the 139 running plays handled by backs for the Bengals, 121 have been in the hands of Mixon.

Still, the Bengals like to (or are forced to) go to the air when they reach the end zone. Cincinnati has only scored on the ground five times, three of them sneaks by Burrow. No, the Bengals typically see their QB have to put the ball in the air to a tight end or wideout close to the end zone. That might make it easier for an undermanned Cleveland defense to keep the score down.

We see this game ending on a kick, and with a final margin of three or fewer points. Take the three points and wager on the Browns at home. Your first bet will be risk-free because Caesars will return your wager amount (up to $1,250) in free betting credits if it loses.

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