Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers November 20 Prop Betting Preview

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers November 20 Prop Betting Preview

Sam Frohman
2 years ago
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The Cincinnati Bengals will face the Pittsburgh Steelers in a battle in the AFC North on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. The Bengals are 5-4, which is one game behind the divisional leaders in the Baltimore Ravens, and the Steelers are tied for last with the Cleveland Browns at 3-6. Both teams are on a one-game winning streak coming into this game.

The Bengals destroyed the Carolina Panthers in their last game by a score of 42-21. Cincinnati was able to ruin Baker Mayfield’s return to Cincinnati after being traded from the divisional rival Browns. The story of the day was Joe Mixon’s historic five-game touchdown effort, with four on the ground and one through the air.

The Steelers got their third win of the season against the New Orleans Saints in a 20-10 game. The Pittsburgh defense forced Andy Dalton into two interceptions and only allowed points in the second quarter. Kenny Pickett threw for 199 yards and ran for 51 yards and a touchdown.

Let’s look ahead at the best prop bets between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 11

Best Prop Bets

Cincinnati Over 2.5 Touchdowns (-102)

The Pittsburgh Steelers are struggling with injuries on defense which means that Joe Burrow will be throwing the ball quite a bit and should find a lot of success doing this.

The last time Burrow faced a banged-up defense, the Bengals scored 35 points, with Burrow throwing the ball 42 times. I like this prop bet with the Bengals coming off a bye.

Big Win Little Win 1-13 Points (+204)

I really like the Bengals in this game, but nonetheless, it is still a road game. Steelers fans are optimistic about their young quarterback and will always come out for a game against a divisional rival. I would be surprised if the Steelers win this game.

The only way I see this bet losing is if the Bengals come into Pittsburgh and overpower them to win by more than 13. The Steelers won the first matchup between these two teams by a score of 23-20, but Burrow threw four interceptions which will not happen again.

Time of First Score Under Seven Minutes (-126)

To play along with this narrative, I like the first score of this game to come early. With this being a game of mostly throwing, at least from the Bengals, the clock will either stop more often to allow for more possessions early, or the ball will be moved down the field early.

I would assume that the Bengals will get the first score of this game and will probably get one or two possessions to do it.

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