The Baltimore Ravens are the talk of the NFL after defeating Tom Brady and the New England Patriots last Sunday. Up next for them is a rematch with the going-nowhere Cincinnati Bengals, who will parade a new quarterback in Week 10. The Ravens are +450 to win Super Bowl 54, while the Bengals are priced at +200000.
Betting Preview for the Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals NFL Regular Season Week 10 Game on November 10, 2019
Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati
When: Sunday, November 10, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens (6-2)
It took Lamar Jackson and the Ravens to finally take down the reigning Super Bowl champions New England Patriots. Jackson passed for 163 yards and rushed for 61 more and finished with three total touchdowns (two rushing) in Baltimore’s 37-20 dominant win at home over the Patriots. The Ravens carved up New England’s defense that was very much hyped about as the best in the league, which might not be the case anymore in most people’s books. After dealing with the Pats’ supposedly stout stop unit, the Ravens should see an easier time in moving the chains against Cincinnati, which allowed 497 total yards to Baltimore in Week in the Ravens’ Week 6 23-17 win at home. Jackson passed for 236 yards in that game and rushed for 152 to go with a rushing touchdown, and it could very much be the same case, considering that Cincinnati hasn’t shown much improvement since then.
The Ravens, who are tops in the NFL with 31.4 points per game, are 2-0 against the spread (ATS) in their last two outings.
Betting on the Cincinnati Bengals (0-8)
There will be a change at the quarterback slot for the Bengals. Instead of veteran and long-time Cincinnati starter Andy Dalton, the Bengals are giving rookie and fourth-round pick Ryan Finley the keys to the team’s offense. What Finley could bring to the Bengals’ table is largely unknown as his only NFL action thus far in his pro career was during the preseason. In other words, the Bengals may look to run the ball more than usual in the rematch against the Ravens. That means heavier workload for Joe Mixon and Giovanni Bernard, who combined for a measly total of just 14 rushing yards on 12 carries in the Baltimore game. However, a much-needed boost on offense could be on the way for Cincinnati, as AJ Green appears to have Week 10 earmarked as his debut for the 2019 season.
The Bengals are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 home games against Baltimore.
The Bengals win, 37-17.
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