The Cincinnati Bengals pay the Baltimore Ravens a visit, as Andy Dalton and company continue their search for their first win of the season. Will their misery get extended for at least another week? Or will they finally get in the win column? The Bengals and the Ravens are -160 and +20000 to win the AFC North, respectively. Going into this Sunday’s game, the sportsbook favors the home team by 11.5-points, although the spread opened at 12-points.
Betting Preview for the Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens NFL Regular Season Week 6 Game on October 13, 2019
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
When: Sunday, October 13, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Cincinnati Bengals (0-5)
Cincinnati won’t say it, but the Bengals are probably thinking of trying to out-tank the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins after five losses in a row to start the 2019 NFL season. Their latest setback was a defeat at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals at home, 26-23. Andy Dalton passed for 262 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception, but the Bengals are obviously lacking help on both ends of the field. AJ Green is not close to a return, so Tyler Boyd will be the No. 1 receiver for Dalton, while Auden Tate and Damion Willis will be trying to lend some much-needed help downfield. Don’t discount the Bengals’ passing attack having a blast this Sunday, as the Ravens have one of the worst defenses against the pass in the NFL.
The Bengals are 6-4 against the spread (ATS) in their last 10 games.
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens (3-2)
The Ravens are back on track. After suffering two consecutive losses in Weeks 3 and 4, Baltimore recovered by outlasting the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 26-23 overtime road win in Week 5. However, quarterback Lamar Jackson had trouble moving the chains via air. He had 161 passing yards and a touchdown but had three interceptions on 19-for-28 completions. He can still make plays with his legs, and along with Mark Ingram, the two can punish Cincinnati’s run defense that’s as sturdy as cotton candy. The Bengals are allowing 267.6 rushing yards per game, second-worst in the NFL. Cincinnati opponents are also scoring 1.4 rushing touchdowns per game, so it won’t be that much surprising if Jackson and Ingram tear it up on the ground at home this week.
The over is 3-0 in the Ravens’ last three games.
The Ravens win, 31-23.
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