Betting On Cincinnati Bengals To Win The Super Bowl

The Cincinnati Bengals

Betting on the Cincinnati Bengals to win the Super Bowl is not something that is done often, especially in recent years. The Bengals have made the playoffs 14 times in their teams history but are currently in the middle of a playoff drought as they have not made it back in the last five years. That is due to a lack of consistency that they have encountered over the years throughout all parts of their team.

There is very little to be excited about on this Bengals team. They do have one of the more promising young quarterbacks in Joe Burrow, a quality young receiver in Tee Higgins and a well above average running back in Joe Mixon. However, that is basically it and until these young players come to their full potential and the team gets more help, they will continue their current playoff drought. Adding on to their playoff drought, when they have made the playoffs, they have not made it far as they have not made the AFC Championship game since 1988 when they last won it.

For those who want to find Bengals odds on things more than just the Super Bowl, online sportsbooks also offer those odds as well. Between the history of the Bengals in the NFL playoffs and the online sportsbooks, fans and bettors can get a great understanding of where the Bengals have been as well as where they stand moving forward. Taking the Super Bowl 56 odds on the Bengals may be quite the payout if it hits, but a lot needs to happen for that bet to cash.

Cincinnati Bengals Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1970, 1973, 1975, 1981, 1982, 1988, 1990, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Division Championships
1970, 1973, 1981, 1988, 1990, 2005, 2009, 2013, 2015
Conference Championships
1981, 1988
Super Bowl Victories
Super Bowl Losses
1982 (XVI), 1989 (XXIII)
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Super Bowl MVPs
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What Are Cincinnati Bengals Odds To Win The Super Bowl?

Saying that the Cincinnati Bengals have struggled over the years would be an understatement as they have been atrocious. Since 2015, they have not finished with an above .500 record which certainly plays a role on their Super Bowl odds being so low on the odds board. However, they have made the Super Bowl twice before in 1982 and 1989 in which they lost both times.

What Are the Cincinnati Bengals Odds To Win The AFC Championship?

Along with the Bengals' ongoing playoff drought, they have not made the AFC Championship game since 1981 and 1988 in which they won both of those games. Being that they have not made the AFC Championship game since and are looking like they won't be making it any time soon, the AFC Championship odds for the Bengals are quite long. Their odds have also been trending in the wrong direction after Joe Burrow voiced his frustration during training camp.

What Are The Cincinnati Bengals Odds To Win The AFC North?

The Bengals are currently sitting on nine AFC North division championships with their latest one coming back in their last playoff appearance back in 2015. Since then, they have either finished in third or fourth place in the division and with the competition rising amongst the AFC North teams, online sportsbooks have the AFC North division odds for the Bengals sitting behind the rest.

2021 Bengals Betting Odds

  • Super Bowl: +10000
  • AFC Championship: +5500
  • AFC North: +2200

Cincinnati Bengals ATS Betting History

  • 2020: 9-7
  • 2019: 6-10
  • 2018: 9-7
  • 2017: 9-7
  • 2016: 7-9

Cincinnati Bengals Over/Under Betting History

  • 2020: 7-8-1
  • 2019: 7-9
  • 2018: 8-6
  • 2017: 7-9
  • 2016: 6-10

When Will Bengals Fans Be Able To Bet At Ohio Sportsbooks?

No land-based sportsbooks in Ohio are regulated or available at the moment but there have been plenty of attempts to change this. With neighboring states having no issues taking Super Bowl odds, Bengals fans will have to wait before betting on the Super Bowl at an Ohio sportsbook. Fortunately, there are online sports betting options available at NFL sportsbooks like Bovada, which offers all of the same features that a land-based sportsbook would offer.

Cincinnati Bengals Mobile Betting

Cincinnati Bengals betting odds can be found and accessed very easily and from just about anywhere. This is possible through mobile betting as online sportsbooks can be accessed right from your hand from any smartphone that offers internet access such as an iPhone or Android. From game props and player props to the normal game lines and futures odds, bettors can access these odds from just about anywhere including live from a Bengals home game.

2021 Bengals Player Props

Super Bowl Betting PropsThe Cincinnati Bengals, although clearly in rebuilding mode, there is still lots to look forward to on this young team. Bettors can expect to find different player prop odds on Joe Burrow, Joe Mixon, rookie receiver, Ja’Marr Chase along with the rest of the young receiving core. Bets can be placed on the Bengals players receiving yard total, rushing yard total and even their passing yard totals.


Cincinnati Bengals Playoff History

The Cincinnati Bengals were established back in 1967. Since they were established, they have been able to muscle in 14 playoff appearances, 9 division championships and 2 conference championships. They do not have any Super Bowl victories but have been to two Super Bowls.

Bengals Playoff Appearances

In the Bengals 53 years of existence, they have been able to make the playoffs on 14 different occasions. Their first head coach, Paul Brown, has led them to three playoff appearances with their first one coming in 1970 then again in 1973 and again in 1975. Forrest Gregg then led them to two back to back playoff appearances in 1981 and 1982. The Sam Wyche era only saw two playoff appearances in his seven years of service in 1988 and 1990. The Marvin Lewis era is where things really took off for them as they saw 7 playoff appearance from 2003 to the present day in which 2015 was their most recent one.

Bengals Division Championships

Of the Bengals 14 playoff appearances, they saw 9 of them as division champions. The Bengals first two division championships came in their first two playoff appearances in 1970 and 1973. Forrest Gregg was only able to lead them to one more division championship that came in 1981. Sam Wyche was able to lead them to two more in 1988 and 1990. The remaining four came in 2005, 2009, 2013 and 2015 with Marvin Lewis.

Bengals Conference Championships

The Bengals have not been very efficient when turning their playoff appearances and division championships into conference championships as they only have two conference championships to their name. Their first one came in 1981 under coach Gregg and their second came in 1988 under coach Wyche.

In their 1981 AFC Championship game, they defeated the San Diego Chargers with a final score of 27-7 after being seen as 4.5-point favorites going into the game. Their second AFC Championship in 1988, they faced off with the Buffalo Bills and defeated them 21-10. The Bengals again had no problems covering the spread as they were 4-point favorites here as well.

Bengals Super Bowl Victories

Given that the Bengals have won two conference championships, they have been to two Super Bowls but have not been able to cash in on any of them. The two coaches to lead them to each appearance were Forrest Gregg in 1982 and Sam Wyche in 1988 and both times they faced off against the San Francisco 49ers.

Their first time around for Super Bowl XVI, they were defeated with a final score of 26-21. They went into the game being seen as just 1-point underdogs and clearly did not cover the spread. Their quarterback at the time was Ken Anderson who went for 300 yards and two touchdowns in the game but also threw two interceptions.

In 1988 for Super Bowl XXIII, the Niners took them down but this time by four points with a 20-16 final score. The Bengals did in fact cover the spread here as they went into the game being seen as 6-point underdogs and lost by just 4. Their quarterback in this one was Boomer Esiason who went for just 144 yards and no touchdown.