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Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Jets Betting Odds: Bengals Got Bite

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/11/2008
Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Jets could prove an interesting game as the Bengals come into this one desperate for a win.

The odds on this game have moved between Jets -6 and -9 ½, quite a disparity to say the least. Most books in fact opened the line at -6 earlier in the week.

The home team has won 9 of 10 in this series dating back to 1987. Over a good portion of this period, both teams were pretty horrendous.

The Jets are 6-1 since 1992 with the Bengals having won the last game in the series last October.

Ahhh but here is where things get really interesting: The Bengals have only lost by more than the current 9 ½ point line twice over the last ten games in the series. Likewise, they have lost by more than 9 ½ points only once this season and that was against the now 5-0 Tennessee Titans.

Combine the above stats with the fact that the Jets are 1-6 ATS vs. a team with a losing record and are 1-6 ATS in their last 7 games following a S.U. win, we have a real live dog here folks.

We're not big on picking teams with 0-5 records, but the desperation factor combined with heavily favored historical stats have prompted us here at Gambling911.com to do just that.

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Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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