Cincinnati Bengals' Odds

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      Hailing from Ohio, the Cincinnati Bengals are one of the oldest NFL Franchises. They have won various division and conference championships. Moreover, in recent years the Bengals have surpassed expectations by performing well and finishing high in the NFL standings. For dedicated fans, this could mean that the Bengals are one step closer to finally winning a Super Bowl. For betters, they represent an up and coming team to wager on!

      Cincinnati Bengals' Standings

      Below are the Bengals' current standings. This chart shows the team's performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows the Bengals performance in the conference and division.


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      In the most recent 2015-2016 season, the Bengals finished first in the AFC North Division, third in the AFC Conference, and third in the NFL. In their 49 year history, the Bengals have won many titles. They’ve won nine division championships, the most recent in 2015. They’ve also won 2 Conference championships, the most recent in 1988. Yet, they have not won a single Super Bowl. In the last five years, the Bengals have been in the playoffs five times.

      The Bengals' biggest strengths are their offensive players — specifically, quarterback Andy Dalton. He, coupled with their amazing receivers and running backs, are a force that can do a lot of damage. Their most significant weaknesses are their lack of control during games. The Bengals have consistently been unable to channel their skills during testing times.

      In terms of sportsbooks, the Bengals have been a favourite of betters. Their consistent performance and high placement in league standings make them a good team to bet on. In the 2015-2016 season, the Bengals scored 419 points and allowed only 279 points against. Moreover, the Bengals record last season was 12 games won, and four games lost. This translated to a .750 win percentage. The Bengals' longest streak was one win.