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Bengals vs Titans Prediction, Game Preview, Live Stream, Odds & Picks

The Tennessee Titans seek revenge over the Cincinnati Bengals for handing them a 19-16 loss in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. Joe Burrow threw for 348 yards and will be the key to success for the Bengals again in Week 12.

Let’s check the latest NFL picks, news, stats, injury reports, and NFL expert picks for Bengals vs TitansWe’ve plenty of NFL predictions for you to consider.

Bengals vs Titans Odds, Game Preview, Live Stream, Picks & Predictions
Bengals vs Titans Odds, Game Preview, Live Stream, Picks & Predictions

Bengals vs Titans Betting Lines

Bengals Banged Up

The Bengals are at a tough call this week against the first-place Titans. On the one hand, Cincy is 7-1 ATS in their previous eight games and on a 5-0 ATS win streak against the Titans.

On the other hand, both Joe Mixon and Ja’Marr Chase are questionable for Sunday. If both plays, the Bengals at -1 looks like a steal. If they don’t, we may see this line move in the other direction quickly. RB Chris Evans is also questionable for Sunday at Tennessee.

Assuming both Chase and Mixon are good to go, the Bengals are a strong betting favorite. They are among the best ATS teams and have the 5th best ROI (31.70%).

The Titans are the Best ATS Team in NFL

While the Bengals are on an ATS tear with seven wins in the last eight weeks, the Titans have the best overall record against the spread at 8-2. They are up 5.75 units and have a league-leading 52.51% ROI. The closest second is the Giants at 34.72%.

Because of this, the public is all over the Titans, with almost three-quarters of the money on Tennessee ATS.

We love to fade the public, and the Titans’ defense gives us the perfect excuse to do just that on Sunday.

The Titans are having a great year but have not faced too many “elite” quarterbacks. Patrick Mahomes was one, and the Titans lost 20-17. Josh Allen was another, and he went off for 317 yards and four touchdowns in a Week 2 victory.

It stands to reason that if the offense is healthy, Joe Burrow will carve up this secondary like a Thanksgiving turkey.

Bengals vs Titans Game Injuries

Bengals vs Titans Head to Head

The Bengals are on a 2-0 winning streak dating back to 2020 and are 4-1 since 2011. Cincinnati holds a healthy lead against the spread and a 5-0 ATS record, with their last loss coming in 2008. The Over/Under is 2-2-1 in the previous five meetings.

Bengals vs Titans Game Information

  • Game: Bengals vs Titans
  • Date: November 27, 2022
  • Time: 1:00 PM ET
  • Location: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN
  • How to watch Bengals vs Titans? CBS
    Bengals vs Titans Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

Bengals vs Titans Game Weather Conditions:

  • Temperature: 54°
  • Wind: calm winds
  • Type of Stadium: open-air stadium

Bengals vs Titans Picks & Prediction

Predicted Score: Bengals 24, Titans 21

  • Worth betting on the Moneyline?

There is value in betting the ML should you side with the Titans at +110. However, we believe the Bengals will come out on top of this game. There is better value on the spread for those taking Cincy.

  • Worth to bet ATS?

Yes, there are several reasons why the Bengals are a good bet to cover the spread on Sunday. They are favored on the spread at -130, but -1 (-120) ATS. Since an ML win would guarantee at least a push, the spread at -120 is a better play in the grand scheme.

  • Worth betting on the Totals?

Yes, the Over is a strong play for this game. The Bengals and Titans have gone over this total in two of their last three matchups. The Bengals’ offense has scored 30 or more points in four of their last five games, and the Titans have one of the best offensive weapons in football.

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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