- The Baltimore Ravens are 3.5-point favorites against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football.
- Cincinnati has -115 odds to cover the 3.5-point spread, which they did in their Week 2 meeting against Baltimore.
- Gus Edwards has the shortest odds to score a touchdown of any player with -110 odds.
BALTIMORE – The Baltimore Ravens host the Cincinnati Bengals as 3.5-point favorites in an AFC North duel. Thursday night football odds favor the 47.0-point total to go under in Baltimore.
Baltimore is the favorite at online sportsbooks to win and get a tighter grasp on their divisional lead. The Bengals are desperate for a win with their current stance at fourth in the division, making their +160 moneyline odds appealing as a hungry underdog.
Cincinnati Bengals Vs Baltimore Ravens Betting Odds
|Cincinnati Bengals||+3.5 (-115)||+160||O47.0 (-105)|
|Baltimore Ravens||-3.5 (-105)||-185||U47.0 (-115)|
Cincinnati won’t have wide receiver Tee Higgins or edge rusher Sam Hubbard for the short week. Signs point to the Ravens getting a home win, but the Bengals are always a dangerous underdog.
The Bengals are 15-5 against the spread at NFL online sportsbooks in their last 20 games as an underdog, including the playoffs. Betting odds favor Joe Burrow and the Bengals to cover the spread with -115 odds.
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Thursday Night Football Touchdown Scorer Odds
Ravens running back Gus Edwards (-110) and Bengals running back Joe Mixon (-105) are the most likely players to score a touchdown on Thursday Night Football. Edwards has four straight games with a touchdown, while Mixon’s scoring streak is at three games.
Anytime Touchdown Scorer Odds
- Gus Edwards -110
- Joe Mixon -105
- Lamar Jackson +125
- Ja'Marr Chase +137
- Keaton Mitchell +150
- Mark Andrews +150
- Zay Flowers +185
- Tyler Boyd +185
- Odell Beckham +330
- Irv Smith Jr. +375
Another option with more value is Mark Andrews to score a touchdown at +150. The Bengals give up the 31st most fantasy points to tight ends this season and Andrews scored a touchdown against them in Week 2.
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