- The Cincinnati Bengals have +125 odds to win the AFC North.
- The Baltimore Ravens slightly trail with a +160 betting line.
- The Cleveland Browns (+600) and Pittsburgh Steelers (+750) are the longshots.
CINCINNATI - The AFC North has yet to distinguish a clear leader. The odds slightly favor the Cincinnati Bengals but the Baltimore Ravens are close behind.
AFC North Odds
- Cincinnati Bengals +125
- Baltimore Ravens +160
- Cleveland Browns +600
- Pittsburgh Steelers +750
Cincinnati Bengals: The Favorites
The Bengals currently find themselves atop the AFC North standings due to holding the tie-breaker over the Ravens. However, the Bengals remaining schedule is fairly tough with games against the Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns.
Much could change in the final three weeks, thus why +125 odds are the shortest of the grouping. The two divisional games, especially the looming matchup with Baltimore could turn the division standings upside down.
Bengals vs Ravens Spread Odds
- Baltimore Ravens +2.5 -110
- Cincinnati Bengals -2.5 -110
The NFL betting sites favor the Bengals in their Week 16 matchup which would give Cincinnati a significant advantage over Baltimore in the AFC North.
Baltimore Ravens: The Second Choice
The Ravens can also take a big step in overtaking the Bengals with a win. The Ravens also have a tough remaining schedule with the Los Angeles Rams and Steelers being the other two opponents after Cincinnati.
Ravens vs Bengals Moneyline Odds
- Baltimore Ravens +120
- Cincinnati Bengals -140
With +120 odds to win on the road next week, those betting on the NFL may be attracted to betting on Baltimore to win the division at +160 rather than bet the moneyline next week. However, even with a win, Baltimore will not take the lead in the division.
They’ll need a lot of help to win the division.
Steelers And Browns: The Longshots
Although Pittsburgh and Cleveland are just a game or two behind the division leaders, the road to closing the gap in the remaining three games seems nearly impossible. If there was one to bet on, the Steelers may be the one as they have the tie from earlier in the season.
While the win obviously would’ve helped, have a tie could very much help if multiple teams end up with the same number of wins atop the division. Three games isn’t much time for the bottom feeders to make up ground, but with +750 odds it could be worth the shot.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.