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Why The Bengals Won't Win Versus Rams...And Go 0-8

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/26/2019

Sorry Bengals fans.  As an underdog of 10 or more points, Cincinnati has won just one of thirty-eight games dating all the way back to 1992.

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If you are willing to bet $75 on the moneyline for the Rams to win outright, you are all but guaranteed to profit an easy $10.

While the Miami Dolphins are generally viewed as the laughing stock of this year's NFL team offerings, the Cincinnati Bengals are not too far off.

"Any hopes of a playoff push in coach Zac Taylor's first year disappeared weeks ago. At 0-7, the Bengals appear to be a lock for a top-five pick and could be in contention for the top spot. The Week 16 game against Miami, the other winless team in the league, could be for the No. 1 pick." -- Ben Baby, ESPN.com

"Andy Dalton needs a fresh start. For years, Dalton was a steady option at quarterback, a man who straddled the line between true franchise passer and hold-the-fort journeyman. But as the Bengals' talent level has dissipated around him, Dalton has crumbled. Sunday was a low point: Dalton threw three interceptions in a 27-17 loss to the Jaguars, with all three picks coming over a span of five passes in the fourth quarter. The Bengals actually entered the final quarter with a one-point lead, but Dalton's struggles in and around the red zone (an ongoing theme this season) crushed any chance of securing victory No. 1 for Zac Taylor. Given the right surroundings, you could see Dalton (still just 31 years old) having productive seasons in the NFL. But he is no longer the answer in Cincinnati, where he was drafted in the second round in 2011, and where a complete rebuild is necessary. It is time for an amicable divorce." -- Dan Hanzus, NFL.com

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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