Bengals vs. Chiefs Betting Odds – Week 11

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Bengals vs. Chiefs Betting Odds – Week 11

The Bengals vs. Chiefs betting odds had Cincinnati as a -3 to -3.5 favorite depending on the online sportsbook.  Bet from your mobile phones and collect up to $1000 in FREE CASH when you open an online betting account today at here (in business since 1995). 

The Bengals got some life back last week with a win over the visiting reigning Super Bowl champion Giants last week but a 4 game losing streak prior to this feat has left Cincinnati below .500 (4-5).

Kansas City still only has one win coming into this game and offers Cincy the perfect medicine to get back to .500.  Whether that happens or not remains to be seen as the Bengals are actually an impressive 10-4 Against The Spread in their last 14 games following a Straight Up win.

Here’s the bad news for Bengals fans.  They are 1-11-2 ATS in their last 14 vs. AFC.  But then again, these are the Kansas City Chiefs, who are 4-9 Against The Spread in their last 13 vs. AFC.

The Chiefs are also 1-6 ATS vs. a team with a losing record, 1-6 ATS in their last 7 games after accumulating less than 150 yards passing in their previous game and are

0-4 ATS in their last 4 games following a ATS win.

Just a quick note, the Bengals are 0-5 ATS over the past three seasons when the total is between 42.5 and 45.


Philadelphia Eagles (+3.5) at Washington Redskins

Green Bay Packers (-3.5) at Detroit Lions, 51.5

Arizona Cardinals (+10) at Atlanta Falcons, 45

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1.5) at Carolina Panthers, 48

Cleveland Browns (+7.5) at Dallas Cowboys, 43.5

New York Jets (+3) at St. Louis Rams, 38

Indianapolis Colts (+9.5) at New England Patriots, 53.5

Jacksonville Jaguars (+15) at Houston Texans, 42.5

Cincinnati Bengals (-3.5) at Kansas City Chiefs, 44

New Orleans Saints (-4.5) at Oakland Raiders, 54

San Diego Chargers (+7.5) at Denver Broncos, 49.5

Baltimore Ravens (+3.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers, 45.5


Chicago Bears (+5) San Francisco 49ers, 38.5

- Dan Shapiro,

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