- The Cleveland Browns have +115 odds against the Cincinnati Bengals.
- The Bengals are 2.5-point favorites.
- Joe Burrow’s total passing yards are set at 269.5 with -114 odds on both sides.
CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Bengals are 2.5-point home favorites against the Cleveland Browns in this AFC North matchup.
The Browns are 4-4 against the spread and are 4-4 on the season. As road underdogs, the Browns covered once this season against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 1.
The Cincinnati Bengals are also 4-4 against the spread this season and did not cover the don’t time they were home favorites against the Jacksonville Jaguars. This is an AFC North rivalry matchup that is sure to affect Super Bowl odds.
The sharp money is coming from those betting on the Cincinnati Bengals as they see 59% of the total betting handle. Interestingly, most NFL gamblers are betting on the Cleveland Browns this week as 57% of total bets are on Cleveland.
Cleveland Browns Vs. Cincinnati
- Bengals Moneyline: -135
- Browns Moneyline: +115
- Spread: Bengals -2.5
- Totals: O/U 47
The betting splits indicate that more casual betting fans are looking for the upset, but the hardcore big money NFL gamblers are expecting the Bengals to maintain their home-field advantage.
The Bengals are 2-1 at home while the Browns are 1-2 on the road.
The Bengals are 5-3 with hitting the Under in their games this season. The Browns are 4-4 with hitting the Under. The total points for the Bengals are set at 23.5 with the Over favored.
Total Points O/U – Cincinnati Bengals 23.5
- Over -135
- Under +105
The Browns are set at 21.5 with the Over favored as well.
Total Points O/U – Cleveland Browns 21.5
- Over -125
- Under -105
The Bengals average 27.5 PPG while their opponents average 20.3 PPG. The Bengals have scored more than 23.5 points in 3 of their 8 games, and have done so in the last 3 games (34, 41, 31).
Cleveland averages 22.9 PPG and have scored more than 21.5 points 4 times this season. The Browns put up 29 points against the Kansas City Chiefs who give up 27.5 PPG.
Joe Burrow Passing Yards
Joe Burrow’s total passing yards are set at 269.5 for the game. Burrow averages 276.8 yards per game and has thrown for more than 269 yards in 5 of his 8 total games.
Over/Under – Passing Yards J. Burrow (CIN)
- Over (269.5) -114
- Under (269.5) -114
Only two QBs have scored more than 269 yards against the Browns’ defense. The Browns gave up 337 yards to Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes in Week 1 and 398 yards to Chargers QB Justin Herbert in Week 5.
These AFC North rivals face off on Sunday at 1 PM ET and can be watched on CBS.
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