Bengals 31.9% Win Percentage After a Loss Since 2017

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Don Shapiro
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Not only are the Cincinnati Bengals 0-6-1 Against The Spread in their last 7 Wildcard games, they are also an abysmal 15-32-1 Straight Up following a loss since 2017.  That translates into a 31.9% win percentage.  Even if they do happen to win and advance in this year's Playoffs, Gambling911.com has determined that the current -5.5 line is an overlay of around 1.5.

And while the Bengals have gone 0-6-1 in Wildcard games, the Raiders haven't won a playoff game since 1990.

Las Vegas has gone 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games as a road underdog.

Drew Butler, Anthony Becht and Jonathan Casillas discuss their predictions for this week's NFL Wild Card Matchup with more of an inclination to go with Cincinnati.

Injury Notes

The Bengals likely will be without defensive tackle Josh Tupou (knee), while defensive back Ricardo Allen (concussion) and receiver Tee Higgins (foot) were among those limited in Wednesday's practice.

The Raiders will be without defensive tackle Darius Philon, who sustained a season-ending knee injury against the Chargers. Defensive tackle Johnathan Haskins (back, knee) didn't practice Tuesday nor Wednesday. Tight end Darren Waller (knee), running back Josh Jacobs (ribs) and cornerback Casey Hayward (ankle) were limited on Wednesday.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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