Three Cincinnati Bengals vs. NYJ Prop Bets

Three Cincinnati Bengals vs. NYJ Prop Bets

Barry Devoe
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Three Cincinnati Bengals vs. NYJ Prop Bets

The Cincinnati Bengals will travel to New York to take on the struggling Jets on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. EST. The Bengals are on a hot streak with a 5-2 record and winning the past two games on the road. The Jets have had a tough season thus far and have only won one out of their first six games.

The Jets will be starting quarterback Mike White in place of Zach Wilson, which will be his first start of the season. He has been in the league for four years but hasn’t gotten a lot of experience. The Jets are hoping that he brings a different look as Zach Wilson has struggled and is coming into this game injured.

The Cincinnati Bengals are 11 point favorites with odds of -112. The New York Jets have the odds of -112 at +11 The over/under for the game is 43 total points with odds of -109 and -112 to bet the over and the under, respectively.

Let’s look at the three best prop bets for this matchup.

Top Three Prop Bets

Joe Burrow Over 1.5 Pass Touchdowns (-195)

I have no doubts that Joe Burrow is going to be able to get a couple of touchdowns early. He may rest at the end of this game if the Bengals are winning by a lot, but he is going to have many opportunities for touchdowns against this Jets defense.

Joe Burrow has had two or more touchdowns in every single game this year. The Jets will not be the one team that will keep him below two touchdowns.

Joe Burrow Under 32.5 Pass Attempts (-130)

The Bengals are going to try to establish the run early and wear the Jets defense down. Joe Burrow will pass the ball in this matchup, but the Bengals don’t want to push him any more than they must in a game the Bengals should win with ease.

Burrow will be under 32.5 pass attempts, also, because the Bengals will rest Burrow at any point they can when they get a big enough lead. Joe Burrow is the key to the Bengals’ overall success. If this game is a blowout, he will throw less than 32.5 attempts.

Ja’Marr Chase Over 75.5 Receiving Yards (-125)

Chase has surpassed 75 yards in five out of the Bengals' seven games and the past four games. His targets are increasing which will give him a better opportunity to get more yards. No one on the Jets defense will be able to keep up with Chase, and I could see a Burrow-Chase bomb to connect at least once in this game.

Ja’Marr Chase was named the Offensive Player of the Week last week going for 201 yards on 8 receptions and one touchdown. He will follow up his performance from last week with another great effort to help the Bengals improve to 6-2 and continue their historic run atop the division and the conference.

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