Cincinnati Back On Track

Jeremy Hill
Jeremy Hill is having a breakout year with the Bengals. Image courtesy of: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

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Bengals v Browns

Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

Friday November 7 – 10:25 AM (AEST)




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Cincinnati   and Cleveland   are both looking for three straight victories on Friday (AEST) when to two go head-to-head.

The Bengals showed so much promise at the start of the season, winning their first three games comfortably. They were even third favourite in the futures market on $11. however losses to the Patriots and the Colts, and a drawn game against the Panthers, has seen them slip considerably, heading into this game at . If it wasn’t for wide receiver’s Mohamed Sanu and Jeremy Hill, who have 977 yards and ten touchdowns between them, the losing streak may have continued for Cincinnati instead of being on the verge of another three-game winning streak. 

The Browns have a huge mountain to climb on Friday. They may be 6-3 so far this season, but it has been six years since they have won in Cincinnati. A victory would give Cleveland a share of first place with Pittsburgh in the AFC North division and one step closer to making it to the divisional finals for the first time in 12 years. Quarterback Brian Hoyer is doing his part, notching up 2,014 yards off 146 passes for 10 TD’s in his best season of his career. The former Patriot and Cardinal backup has finally cemented his spot in a starting line-up, helping the Browns strengthen in the futures market to before kick-off.

Punters continue to favour the home side, with almost ten times the amount of bets coming into TattsBet for the Bengals; and it 's not hard to see why. In the last ten games between these two, the Bengals have come out on top seven times, including five straight victories at Paul Brown Stadium. With five of their last six meetings totalling over 45 points, taking the Overs (44.5) in this one will be a popular choice.