Titans Heavy Online Betting Football Favorites Over Bengals

Posted by: Charlie Smith
NFL Week 10 Betting Lines Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans – Sunday, November 12th

After the Bengals decided to swap out offensive coordinators, online betting football players could have swore that we were seeing resurgence out of Cincinnati. Through the first two games of the season, the Bengals could not find the end zone to save their lives. But after the franchise made the change at OC, Cincinnati returned to previous form, scoring multiple times each weekend. They were even able to mount a bit of a win streak, that is before they ran into their AFC North rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers. In that divisional matchup, though they gave their best, the Bengals came up short 14-29. That performance very much epitomizes this year’s Bengals team – a roster filled with talent that just can’t seem to find a way to win games against the top teams in the league. This inability to beat the best teams has dug a hole for the Bengals, one they’ll try to get out of this Sunday when they travel to Nashville to take on the Titans. What kind of NFL betting odds are the Bengals facing this Sunday?

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans – Sunday, November 12th

When: 1:00 pm ET

Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee


Stream: CBS Sports, NFL Game Pass

Online Betting Football Odds:

Cincinnati Bengals +4 ½ (-109)        40 ½ (-111)     +184

Tennessee Titans       -4 ½ (-111)      40 ½ (-109)     -220

Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals pounce into this online betting football Week 10 matchup sporting a 3-5 record that ranks the franchise 3rd in the AFC North behind the 6-2 Pittsburgh Steelers as well as the 4-5 Baltimore Ravens. The competition has been uncharacteristically low in the AFC North this year, a division that usually wields two playoff contenders. Nevertheless, the Bengals haven’t been able to capitalize on this situation – something the Steelers haven’t hesitated to do. Cincy is coming off a 7-23 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars that ended up costing them more than a single L. AJ Green, who had grown irate after being verbally tantalized all game long, decided to get physical with Jalen Ramsey, the Jaguars’ cornerback who had been covering him all game.


Although there was some provocation, Green was certainly in the wrong as clothes lining or attempting to perform a rear naked choke is explicitly illegal in the NFL. On the contrary, trash talking and some slight pushing isn’t necessarily prohibited. Ultimately, the Bengals struggling offense will have to try to win a game this Sunday without their star receiver. Here’s to wishing Andy Dalton the best.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans enter this Sunday’s game with a 5-3 record that ranks them 1st in the AFC South. Technically, Tennessee’s record is tied with the 5-3 Jaguars for the lead in the division, but with the Titans owning a win over Jacksonville, the division goes to Tennessee. The Titans have been surprisingly good this year, showing an unexpected level of consistency in the offense. And with 2 out of the division’s 3 contenders having to compete without starting quarterbacks, the Titans stand a very good chance of winning the division this year. Fans placing sports bet online on this weekend’s action should confidently pick the Titans over the AJ Green-less Bengals.