The Cincinnati Bengals got their first win on Monday Night Football, but now they have to turn around on a short week to take on the Tennessee Titans in an AFC showdown.
The Titans will look to rebound after scoring just three points against the Cleveland Browns in Week 3.
In this article, I'm going to break down the odds, trends, best bet, and everything else you need to know to bet on this Week 4 matchup. If you want my picks for the rest of the games this week, check out this week's edition of the "Road to 272 Bets".
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Bengals vs. Titans odds, spread, and total NFL Week 4
Bengals vs. Titans betting trends
- Bengals are 1-5-1 ATS in their last seven games
- The UNDER is 4-1 in the Bengals' last five games
- Bengals are 6-0 ATS in their last six games vs. Titans
- The UNDER is 5-1 in the Bengals' last six road games
- The UNDER is 6-1 in the Titans' last seven games
- The Titans 1-4 ATS in their last five home games
- Titans have won eight straight games in October
Bengals vs. Titans injury reports
Cincinnati Bengals injury report
- Charlie Jones - WR - Questionable
- Irv Smith Jr. - TE - Questionable
Tennessee Titans injury report
- Harold Landry III - LB - Questionable
- Elijah Molden - CB - Questionable
- Teair Tart - DT - Questionable
- Josh Whyle - TE - Questionable
- Treylon Burks - WR - Questionable
Bengals vs. Titans how to watch
- Date: Sunday, Oct. 1
- Game Time: 1 p.m. EST
- Venue: Nissan Stadium
- How to Watch (TV): FOX
- Cincinnati Bengals Record: 1-2
- Tennessee Titans Record: 1-2
Bengals vs. Titans key players to watch
Joe Burrow: Whether it's his calf injury or just a slow start to the season, Joe Burrow needs to pick things up if the Bengals want any hope of being a contender this season. Through his first three starts, he has completed just 55.4% of passes for a quarterback rating of 66.2. Everyone is waiting for him to look like the player who was the MVP favorite before the season began.
Derrick Henry: The Titans star running back has looked like he has lost a step this season, averaging a measly 3.2 yards per carry through his first three games. If the Titans offense wants to get going, they need to either hope Ryan Tannehill steps up in the passing game, or Henry gets going in the running game.
Bengals vs. Titans prediction and pick
I'll be honest. I don't trust either offense in this game. Joe Burrow has looked like a shell of his former self and the Derrick Henry has struggled to get going for the Titans. So, I'm going to make the obvious play in this one and bet the UNDER instead.
In fact, these two teams rank in the bottom four in yards per play this season. The Titans come in at 29th, gaining just 4.3 yards per play, while the Bengals are dead last, averaging just 4.0 yards per play.
Sure, either offense may bounce back this week, but I'm not going to wager on that happening. Give me the UNDER 40.5.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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