Cincinnati Bengals ODDS

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Pos. Player Status
S Jessie Bates III (Personal) Out
RB Elijah Holyfield (Leg) Out
S Brandon Wilson (Undisclosed) Out
LB Joe Bachie (Undisclosed) Out
Bengals Schedule

Week 1 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 2 2022
4:25 PM ET
Week 3 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 4 2022
8:15 PM ET
Week 5 2022
8:20 PM ET
Week 6 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 7 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 8 2022
8:15 PM ET
Week 9 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 11 2022
8:20 PM ET
Week 12 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 13 2022
4:25 PM ET
Week 14 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 15 2022
4:25 PM ET
Week 16 2022
1:00 PM ET
Week 17 2022
8:30 PM ET
Week 18 2022
1:00 AM ET

Betting on the Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow and the Bengals are one of the most popular teams among fans, making them one of the most popular bets as well.

Cincinnati Bengals Franchise History

The Cincinnati Bengals have never won a Super Bowl, despite appearing in the Big Game several times. In the 1981-82 season, quarterback Ken Anderson led the squad to Super Bowl XVI, where they fell to Joe Montana and the 49ers.

After amassing just four wins in the ’87-’88 season, the Bengals won their division the following year and returned to the Super Bowl, again facing the 49ers. Unfortunately for Cincinnati, the result was the same.

After their second Super Bowl loss, the Bengals failed to make it back to the Big Game for over two decades. Marvin Lewis brought stability to the head coaching position for over a decade in the 2000s and had sporadic success throughout his tenure.

Lewis and the Bengals, however, never escaped the Wild Card round despite having duos like Carson Palmer and Chad Johnson, and Andy Dalton and AJ Green.

Cincinnati failed to make the playoffs in five straight seasons before young phenom Joe Burrow had the chance to play a full season.

Burrow and wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, championship-winning teammates at LSU, led the Bengals back to the Super Bowl in 2022. Again, the Bengals fell short of their first title, this time to the Los Angeles Rams.

Betting on the Cincinnati Bengals in Ohio

In December 2021, a HB 29 passed through both of Ohio’s legislative chambers and headed off to Governor Mike DeWine’s desk.

DeWine, an outspoken supporter of sports betting, signed the bill into law later that month, making sports betting legal in the Buckeye State.

Despite legalization in 2021, sports betting in Ohio is not yet up and running. According to the signed bill, however, it will be by January 1, 2023.

Sports teams, racinos, and casinos will be first in line to acquire mobile sports betting licenses. Each successful applicant will be granted one license at first, but each will have the opportunity to receive a second if it proves it can greatly improve Ohio financially.

Since prospective Ohio bettors are chomping at the bit to get started, let’s take a look at how Bengals fans could have bet on their team in Super Bowl LVI.

·        Bengals +4

·        Rams -4

In Super Bowl LVI, the Bengals closed as 4-point underdogs. A bettor who placed a spread wager on the Bengals needed them to lose the game by fewer than 4 points, or win outright.

Although the Bengals couldn’t bring the Lombardi Trophy to Cincinnati, they did cover the spread and cash bets for Bengals bettors in their 23-20 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Rams.

At VegasInsider, we have the latest Cincinnati Bengals odds and a ton of expert information and picks to aid you in your betting experience! If you want to get the best bet for your money, we make sure to keep odds updated for the latest Cincinnati Bengals stats so that you can have the most accurate information at your disposal.