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NFL Betting Preview: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans
October 1, 2023
The Cincinnati Bengals entered the year projected to be one of the highest-scoring teams in the NFL, however, with the calf injury to Joe Burrow, the Bengals have struggled offensively this season and have lost two of their first three games while the Titans have also been pitiful on offense with Ryan Tannehill struggling at quarterback and Derrick Henry looking like father time had caught up to him. I don’t expect this to be a high-scoring affair when the Cincinnati Bengals travel to take on the Tennessee Titans in week 4 of the NFL season. Which team will get the win in this matchup? Let’s take a look at how these teams have fared this season.
The Cincinnati Bengals enter this game with a record of 1-2 following a 19-16 win at home against the Los Angeles Rams while the game ended in a push on Monday night in week 3 of the NFL season. Cincinnati scored 19 points while compiling 309 yards offensively which included 259 passing yards and 67 rushing yards while allowing 16 points and 292 total yards defensively which included 269 passing yards and 71 rushing yards. Joe Burrow led the team in passing, completing 26 of 49 attempts for 259 yards and an interception. Joe Mixon led the team in rushing with 19 carries for 65 yards and a touchdown while adding a reception for five yards. Ja’Marr Chase led the team in receiving, catching 12 of 15 targets for 141 yards.
Tennessee enters this game with a record of 1-2 following a 3-27 loss on the road against the Cleveland Browns while failing to cover the 3.5-point spread as a road underdog in week 3 of the NFL season. The Titans scored 3 points while compiling a total of 94 yards offensively which included 104 passing yards and 26 rushing yards while allowing 27 points and 341 total yards defensively which included 289 passing yards and 78 rushing yards. Ryan Tannehill led the team in passing, completing 13 of 25 attempts for 104 yards. Derrick Henry led the team in rushing with 11 carries for 20 yards. DeAndre Hopkins led the team in receiving, catching three of seven targets for 48 yards.
BookMaker has the Cincinnati Bengals listed as 2.5-point favorites on the road against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon in week 4 of the NFL season. Cincinnati has won seven of the last ten including the previous three matchups in a row while going 8-2 ATS in the last ten and 3-0 ATS in the last three games in the series. Cincinnati is 0-2-1 ATS overall, 0-1 ATS on the road, and 0-1-1 ATS as a favorite this season while the Tennessee Titans are 2-1 ATS overall, 1-0 ATS at home, and 2-1 ATS as an underdog on the year.
Cincinnati is the more talented team this season and has been the better team in the series, winning seven of the last ten including the previous three matchups in a row. The Bengals are 8-2 ATS in the last ten and 3-0 ATS in the last three games in the series. As a result, I am buying the .5 point and taking the Cincinnati Bengals -2 on the road against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon in week 4 of the NFL season on BookMaker.
Spooky Express Pick: Cincinnati Bengals -2
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