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Week one of the 2023 NFL Season has officially kicked off after a long offseason. The 2023 NFL Season is giving a special prize to fans with a heated AFC North Division matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns. That is not the only special prize going down this weekend.
PointsBet is offering a special prize for its members, just placing at least the specific amount needed. Just by placing a $50 bet, customers will get an official jersey with no special promo code needed.
Everything that details how to sign up, place the bet, get the official jersey, rules, and the preview for the week one matchup between division rivals can be found below.
It isn't too hard to understand how the promo works; all it takes is to follow a couple of simple steps. You can follow the guidelines step by step here below:
PointsBet gives new customers the chance to earn something different and unique as opposed to credits to continue. This promo is a solid push for people who have never placed a bet with a sportsbook before to try out online sports betting.
What better way to start the new NFL season than with a jersey of your favorite player? This is one of the promos from sportsbooks that offer a more personal connection to the activity of betting.
While this promotion is for new customers, there are other promos and opportunities to win more earnings as the NFL continues its season after a glorious return.
As previously mentioned there are special circumstances for customers to sign up, place the bets, and the promotion to receive the jersey. To be a customer of PointsBet, the customer must live in a state where online sports betting is allowed. There are 14 states that have allowed residents to sign up.
To check and see if your state has allowed online sports betting, see the full review of PointsBet sportsbook.
In order to the jersey promo offer from PointsBet, the players must be new customers to the site. Current existing customers are not eligible for the promo.
Customers must place a $50 cash bet with odds of -500 or more. After sealing the bet, the promotional credit will be given to the new customer from Fanatics.com (exclusions apply).
The Cincinnati Bengals are coming into week one of the new 2023 NFL Season as a 2-point favorite over the Cleveland Browns, according to PointsBet.
In just two short years, the Bengals have become Super Bowl contenders thanks to the development of the roster, especially on offense. The addition of franchise quarterback Joe Burrow and No. 1 wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase in the first round of the 2020 and 2021 NFL Draft, respectively, has turned the Bengals into an elite offense. Last season, the Bengals ranked seventh in points per game (26.1) and fifth in passing yards per game (265).
The addition of franchise quarterback Joe Burrow and No. 1 wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase in the first round of the 2020 and 2021 NFL Draft, respectively, has turned the Bengals into an elite offense. Last season, the Bengals ranked seventh in points per game (26.1) and fifth in passing yards per game (265).
The Cleveland Browns to get an elite quarterback of their own by trading for Deshaun Watson from the Houston Texans in the offseason going into the 2022 NFL Season. Watson has solid arm strength and was the 2020 NFL Passing Yards Leader. This past season was the first time since 2020 that Watson played in an NFL game. Watson was rusty and inefficient leading the Browns' offense in the six games he played.
The Browns are hoping that a full season with Watson under center will get some fraction of the productivity he had in 2020 with the Texans. The Browns have a solid passer, a reliable set of receivers and an elite running back in Nick Chubb. Back in June, Pro Football Focus had the Browns with the second-best offensive line going into this season.
The Browns will have an early test this season against the defense of the Bengals, who allowed an average of 20.1 points per game, which was the fifth-best in the league. Cincinnati's defense is prime to stop an efficient passing offense and can stop the run.
While the Browns have the potential to challenge for the AFC North Divisional title, the Bengals are the proven team as they won the division in each of the last two seasons.
Cincinnati is thinking of Super Bowl while Cleveland hasn’t made a postseason appearance since 2020.
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