This will be a battle of wills as the Titans will look to run the ball with LenDale White and quarterback Vince Young while the Bengals will look to throw the ball with quarterback Carson Palmer. Here is a look at this football betting matchup.
NFL betting stats show that the Titans were 5th in rushing last season. They will look to open up the offense a bit more this season with new offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger according to NFL betting experts. Improved play out of quarterback Vince Young is a must if the Titans are to compete in this game according to NFL betting experts. The Bengals were not a good defensive team and the Titans should be able to run and throw the ball if Young is effective according to NFL betting experts.
The Bengals are also looking to be more balanced this season and are counting on running back Chris Perry to have a great year, especially since they cut Rudi Johnson according to football betting information. The Bengals also know they must be better defensively as they were just 27th in the NFL in yards allowed last season according to football betting stats.
Tennessee has won 11 of the last 20 meetings at Cincinnati and is also 10-9-1 against the NFL betting number in those games. The Bengals are 5-5 versus the NFL betting number in their last 10 divisional home games. Overall, the Bengals are 7-10-1 against the NFL betting number in their last 20 games as a home favorite. Surprisingly, the under is 10-8-1 in the Bengals’ last 20 divisional home games according to football betting stats.
Tennessee is 5-4 against the NFL betting number in their last nine divisional road games. Tennessee is 9-8-1 to the over in their last 18 divisional games according to NFL betting stats. Tennessee and Cincinnati have gone over the total in 14 of the last 20 meetings at Cincinnati according to NFL betting totals.
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