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New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals Odds: 94% of the Money on Bengals to Cover

The New York Jets are coming off an improbable win at the expense of the Cleveland Browns while the Bengals are 0-2 and in desperation mode. When looking at the New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals odds, the Bengals are heavy favorites and a popular bet.
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New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals Odds: 94% of the Money on Bengals to Cover

Expectations are high for the Cincinnati Bengals after a Super Bowl appearance last year. For them, they have gotten off to a dreadfully slow start with two straight losses to both Mitch Trubisky and Cooper Rush.

For the New York Jets, they are 1-1 after scoring 14 unanswered points in the final two minutes against the Cleveland Browns. Will the Jets pull off another upset in back-to-back weeks against a team they beat last year?

The New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals odds don't look too kindly on those chances and the public agrees.

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New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals Odds

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New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals Odds Breakdown

Sportsbooks have the Cincinnati Bengals up to six-point favorites now. The Bengals opened at 4.5 and continued to rise throughout the week. Well, the reason behind that rise is due to the number of bets coming in against the spread.

The Bengals have received 83% of the bets and 94% of the money to cover the spread in this game. Vegas and the public are both high on the Bengals to rebound in Week 3.

What makes this bet a little nerve-wracking is the lack of an offensive line for Cincinnati. The Bengals have allowed seven sacks and 30 pressures through two games. Yikes. That's not what you want when protecting your franchise signal-caller.

I don't know if I buy the Bengals at 0-3 but to expect them to win by a touchdown when they've looked so bad through two weeks? Fat chance. I don't get the public on this one, I guess people still view the Jets as a bottom feeder but with an improved offense they should be able to keep this one close.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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