Best Prop Bets: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens Sunday Night Football

Best Prop Bets: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens Sunday Night Football

Sam Frohman
2 months ago
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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow throws pass vs. Baltimore Ravens

The Cincinnati Bengals will go on the road to face the Baltimore Ravens for a Sunday Night Football AFC North Showdown at 8:20 p.m. Both teams are 2-2 as there is a three-way tie between the Bengals, Ravens, and Browns for first place in the division. The Pittsburgh Steelers are 1-3, with their one win coming against the Bengals in Week 1.

The Bengals are on a nice two-game win streak after taking care of the Miami Dolphins last Thursday night in a 27-15 game. Joe Burrow threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Tee Higgins caught one of those touchdown passes and added 124 yards on seven receptions.

All of the other three teams in the division lost last Sunday, which includes the Ravens’ loss to the Bills. Buffalo used an efficient second half to outscore Baltimore 13-0 to win the game 23-20. Lamar Jackson got it done through the air and on the ground, but his late interception helped seal the deal for the Bills.

Let’s take a look at the best prop bets for this matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens.

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Best Prop Bets

Cincinnati To Win By 1-13 Points (+210)

This is probably one of my more ambitious plays, as I have no idea how this game is going to pan out on the road. The Ravens have beaten the Jets and the Patriots but lost to the Bills and the Dolphins.

The Bengals have beaten the Jets and the Dolphins but lost to the Steelers and Cowboys. I like the Bengals to win this game, but I don’t think they will blow them out in Baltimore like they did last year.

Largest Lead Under 16.5 (-132)

This game is tough to call, but I don’t see this as a blowout between these two teams in primetime. Both teams are fighting to stay in the first place and will need to lay it all out there to do so.

I don’t think either team would allow this game to get out of hand. The Bengals and Ravens are very similar, and they haven’t blown out any teams this year, so I like this safe prop bet.

Cincinnati Over 1.5 Field Goals (-139)

This is another safe bet, but I am most confident in this one over the other two. Zac Taylor loves to play it safe on the road as most teams do and will take points any chance he can get in front of a tough crowd. I see Taylor shying away from going for it on fourth down and trusting Evan McPherson to get the Bengals easy points.

McPherson has made nine field goals on eleven attempts this season. He has gotten three opportunities in all of the games this season besides one but has hit at least two field goals in all four of his games. Taylor trusts his kicker and will be even more reliant on him on the road in primetime on Sunday.

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