Taking a Look at the Sure Picks & Betting Odds for NFL Week 14
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (+7.5)
https://t.co/ey88ZLw5g7 pic.twitter.com/zWtD7SRAdX — Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) June 1, 2016Here’s a hint for the coming season — bet against the Browns every single week. Obviously they won’t go 0-16 against the spread, but I can just about guarantee you that they have a losing record against it and thus you will come out ahead if you bet the same amount every week. Cincinnati has way more talent than its state rival. The Bengals blew out the Browns twice last year. The game in Cleveland was a 37-3 destruction. Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score. Dalton finished 14 of 19 for 220 yards. He eclipsed 3,000 yards on the season in the game, joining Peyton Manning as the only QBs in league history to pass for at least 3,000 yards in each of their first five seasons. Cincinnati’s margin of victory was the greatest in the history of the Browns-Bengals series. It was Cleveland’s most lopsided loss since a 41-0 drubbing by Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, 2005. Cleveland has been outscored 98-13 in its past three games with Cincinnati.