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Hot Betting Trends: Bengals vs. Bills Week 3

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/21/2019

The line on the Bills was -6 vs. Cincinnati.  This game does feature three important trends.


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The line initially opened at -5

Trends

  • Cincinnati is 4-11 Against The Spread in their last 15 games against Buffalo (edge: Bills +6)
  • Cincinnati is 1-9 Straight Up in Their last 10 games (edge: Bills -260)
  • Cincinnati has won four of the last five versus Buffalo dating back to 2011 (edge: Bengals +220)

Preview

ABOUT THE BENGALS (0-2): While Dalton is among the league leaders in passing yardage, Cincinnati ranks last in the NFL in rushing at an average of 29.5 yards. Starting running back Joe Mixon totaled 27 yards on 17 carries in the first two games and the team has yet to score a touchdown on the ground. "We feel like we've done some good things in the passing game, but last week we felt like there was more out there," Dalton, referring to a 41-17 home loss to the San Francisco Giants in Week 2, told reporters. "Being balanced is obviously how you want to play this game, so if we can get the run game going and clicking like we know we can, then it will definitely help out this offense."

ABOUT THE BILLS (2-0): Buffalo is not having any trouble in the red zone or with the rushing attack and quarterback Josh Allen is crediting the work of the offensive line. "We're just doing a good job of executing," Allen told reporters. "Everybody knows their assignments. We've been well coached, especially our O-line by (offensive line coach) Bobby (Johnson). Just making sure that our keys are where they need to be, and our running backs are doing a good job of finding the end zone." Allen actually leads the team with two rushing touchdowns to go with 507 passing yards and a pair of TDs through the air.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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