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Cincinnati Bengals Betting

While the dumpster fires in Miami and Washington have received a lot of attention, the woes of the Cincinnati Bengals have largely been overlooked. Cincinnati is still winless through five weeks, and the Bengals blew a great chance to pick up their first win by falling at home to previous winless Arizona last week. The Bengals are heavy underdogs per the NFL betting odds this week against the Baltimore Ravens, and only the bravest fans are expecting Cincinnati to pick up a win.

2019 Cincinnati Bengals at a Glance

Bengals Super Bowl Odds: +600000

Bengals AFC Championship Odds: +300000

Week 6 Matchup Odds

Cincinnati Bengals +12

Baltimore Ravens -12

Total: 48

Week 6 Preview

Everyone is finally starting to pump the breaks when it comes to Baltimore. The Ravens began the year by beating Miami and Arizona, and the Lamar Jackson love was at an all-time high. We’ve seen Jackson fall back down to Earth hard with his most recent performances though.

Jackson has thrown five interceptions in his last two games, and he is averaging just 6.7 YPA if you take out his performance against Miami in the season opener. While he is one of the most mobile quarterbacks in the NFL, he has had a hard time dealing with blitzes, and his sack numbers have risen each week. He has been sacked 12 times in the last three weeks, and that has led to decreased production from the second-year quarterback.

Mark Ingram and Jackson have combined to move the chains well on the ground though with the duo averaging 136 YPG on the year. That has helped make this offensive one of the more dangerous units in the NFL.

Cincinnati’s defense has looked lost since nearly leading the Bengals to an upset win over Seattle in Week 1. They are allowing 6.5 yards per play, and both the pass defense and the run defense rank in the bottom six in terms of average gains. Jackson could put up huge fantasy numbers this week against Cincinnati’s defense.

This Bengals offense looked like it could be dangerous coming into the season, but they have instead fallen flat. The ground game has not done much with both Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard struggling to get anything going. Mixon is averaging just 48.4 YPG, and the Bengals are averaging a scant 3.3 YPC as a team.

Andy Dalton has looked sharp at times, but he is now without his top two receivers with the injuries of A.J. Green and John Ross III. Green has not played a down this season, but he could return next week, while Ross was placed on injured reserve after Cincinnati’s MNF loss to Pittsburgh two weeks ago.

Baltimore’s defensive backs have played well this year, and the Ravens will only have to worry about Tyler Boyd. Cincinnati lacks playmakers in the passing game outside of Boyd, so look for Baltimore to slant coverage in his direction.

Week 5 Recap

The Bengals lost at the buzzer to the Cardinals last week, but Cincinnati was fortunate to be in a position to get to overtime in the first place. Arizona took a 23-9 lead midway through the fourth quarter, but Dalton led the Bengals on two long touchdown drives to tie the score at the two-minute warning. Kyler Murray responded by leading Arizona down the field to set up a chip shot for Zane Gonzalez, and he converted to give Murray his first NFL win.

Cincinnati’s defense allowed 514 total yards in the loss. The Cardinals averaged 7.0 YPC against the front seven, and Murray was efficient through the air. However, Arizona couldn’t convert in the red zone, scoring a touchdown on just one of six opportunities. That left the door open for the Bengals to comeback, and they nearly stole a victory.

Boyd had the best performance of the day, catching 10 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown, and no other receiver registered more than 38 yards receiving. Mixon had a decent day on the ground though, averaging 4.9 YPC and nearly tallying his first 100-yard game of the season. The offensive line was excellent in only allowing Dalton to be sacked once, and that’s huge.

2019 Cincinnati Bengals Betting Schedule

WEEK MATCHUP DATE / TIME TV
Week 1 Bengals at Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Sept. 8, 4:05 p.m. ET CBS
Week 2 Bengals vs. San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Sept. 15, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 3 Bengals at Buffalo Bills Sunday, Sept. 22, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 4 Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers Monday, Sept. 30, 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
Week 5 Bengals vs. Arizona Cardinals Sunday, Oct. 6, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 6 Bengals at Baltimore Ravens Sunday, Oct. 13, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 7 Bengals vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, Oct. 20, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 8 Bengals at Los Angeles Rams Sunday, Oct. 27, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 9 BYE - -
Week 10 Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens Sunday, Nov. 10, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 11 Bengals at Oakland Raiders Sunday, Nov. 17, 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
Week 12 Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday, Nov. 24, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 13 Bengals vs. New York Jets Sunday, Dec. 1, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 14 Bengals at Cleveland Browns Sunday, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 15 Bengals vs. New England Patriots Sunday, Dec. 15, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 16 Bengals at Miami Dolphins Sunday, Dec. 22, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 17 Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Sunday, Dec. 29, 1 p.m. ET CBS
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Past Cincinnati Bengals Seasons

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2018 6-10 None
2017 7-9 None
2016 6-9-1 None
2015 12-4 Lost Wild Card
2014 10-5-1 Lost Wild Card
2013 11-5 Lost Wild Card
2012 10-6 Lost Wild Card
2011 9-7 Lost Wild Card
2010 4-12 None
2009 10-6 Lost Wild Card
2008 4-11-1 None
2007 7-9 None
2006 8-8 None
2005 11-5 Lost Wild Card
2004 8-8 None
2003 8-8 None
2002 2-14 None
2001 6-10 None
2000 4-12 None
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1999 4-12 None
1998 3-13 None
1997 7-9 None
1996 8-8 None
1995 7-9 None
1994 3-13 None
1993 3-13 None
1992 5-11 None
1991 3-13 None
1990 9-7 Lost Divisional Round
1989 8-8 None
1988 12-4 Lost Super Bowl
1987 4-11 None
1986 10-6 None
1985 7-9 None
1984 8-8 None
1983 7-9 None
1982 7-2 Lost Wild Card
1981 12-4 Lost Super Bowl
1980 6-10 None
1979 4-12 None
1978 4-12 None
1977 8-6 None
1976 10-4 None
1975 11-3 Lost Divisional Round
1974 7-7 None
1973 10-4 Lost Divisional Round
1972 8-6 None
1971 4-10 None
1970 8-6 Lost Divisional Round

The Bengals have missed the postseason in three consecutive seasons. And when they were getting there, they didn’t have success. So, which is better, getting to the playoffs and losing the first game or not getting there at all? That’s something the team and its fans have pondered since 1991.

Despite their postseason failures, there was some success during the 1980s. The Bengals twice won the AFC and played in their only Super Bowls during the 1981 and 1988 seasons, posting a franchise record 12 wins both times. But until Marvin Lewis took over, the playoffs were few and far between.

Cincinnati was the last franchise to join the AFL prior to the 1970 merger, beginning play during the 1968 season. The club qualified for the playoffs in its first NFL season, winning the AFC Central title with an 8-6 record. However, the Bengals were shutout 17-0 by the Baltimore Colts in their first playoff game. They reached the postseason three times in their first six NFL seasons, but it took until their Super Bowl run in 1981 to win their first playoff game. They would eventually lose to the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XVI.

The Bengals reached the postseason again in the strike-shortened 1982 season, the first and only time with back-to-back playoff showings until a five-year run started under Lewis in 2011. Lewis is the franchise’s all-time winningest coach, but the team failed to win a playoff game under his watch, getting bounced in the Wild Card round seven times since 2005.

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