Ravens vs Bengals odds and betting line
The Cincinnati Bengals host the Baltimore Ravens in a massive AFC North tilt with major divisional implications Sunday afternoon.
Week 16 of the NFL season is shaping up to be one of the most revealing slates of the year, especially in the AFC, where the playoff image is still unknown.
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FanDuel Sportsbook odds
Point of deviation: Bengals -7
Total plus / minus: 41.5
Moneyline: Ravens +280 & Bengals -350
The Ravens and Bengals are both 8-6 (SU) this season and Baltimore is 3-4 on the road and Cincinnati is tied at home.
ATS (ATS), the Ravens are 7-7 overall and 3-4 in away games, while the Bengals are also 7-7 overall, but only 2- 5 as a host.
Baltimore is 7-7 with an over / under (O / U) and Cincy is 6-8.
Ravens-Bengals betting trends
Odds Shark Trends
- The Ravens are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games
- Total have gone UNDER in 4 of their last 6 games
- The Ravens are 5-1 (SU) in their last 6 games against the Bengals
- Total has gone UNDER in 5 of its last 6 road games
- Ravens are 10-3 ATS in their last 13 games against AFC North opponents
- The Bengals are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 home games
- The Bengals are 11-5 SU in their last 16 home games against the Ravens
- Total have passed 5 of their last 7 games against AFC opponents
- The Bengals are 10-1 ATS in their last 11 games of Week 16
- The Bengals are 1-4 SU in their last 5 games in Sunday’s home games
Ravens-Bengals News, Ratings & Statistics
The biggest news ahead of this game is the Baltimore quarterback’s situation. Tyler Huntley was due to start in place of Lamar Jackson (ankle), who has not trained for two weeks. Although Huntley was placed on the reserve / COVID-19 list on Saturday, a day after missing training with what was then called a non-COVID disease.
Next in line is Josh Johnson, who was pulled from the New York Jets practice squad on December 15. Journeyman Johnson hasn’t started an NFL game in three years, but saw some action earlier this season with the Jets, completing 27 of 41 passes for 317 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in a loss to the Colts.
The Ravens’ 4th QB is Chris Streveler, who is also on the practice squad’s COVID roster. Baltimore is expected to sign Kenji Bahar to back Johnson.
The Bengals, on the other hand, enter Sunday’s game in relatively good health and haven’t had COVID outbreaks like much of the rest of the league. In fact, they’ll get starting cornerback Chidobe Awuzie from the COVID roster for the most important game.
Quarterback Joe Burrow, wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase (Pro Bowl selection) and running back Joe Mixon (Pro Bowl selection) are all expected to play for offense in 9th place (26.4 points per game) . Baltimore scores 23.9 points per game.
Defensively, the Ravens allowed 25.0 points per game during their three-game losing streak. Cincy has given up 20.0 PPG in his last five games (3-2).
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