Monday Night Football Betting Odds – Steelers vs. Bengals

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Dec/04/2017

The Steelers vs. Bengals game featured a line of Pittsburgh -4.  Pittsburgh should be a -6 favorite here based on the NFL Betting Power Ratings calculations.

With nearly 80% of the betting action on the Steelers, the books are leaving themselves especially exposed here.  The number has come down from -6, showing a strong opinion on Cincinnati covering here.

Pittsburgh does own this series of late, winning the last five games.  At home, however, Cincinnati has only lost by four points in the most recent meeting and two points in the previous head-to-head.

The Bengals have won their last three games, all against teams with losing records.

The Steelers, winners of six straight games, have won by six or fewer points in their last three road games.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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