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Point spread, total, money line, injury report and more for Bengals-Raiders in Week 11

The Bengals search for their first win of the season while the Raiders are a surprise team in playoff contention. We break down the notable odds, including the point spread, betting trends, and ATS history.

Quarterback Derek Carr of the Oakland Raiders waving his arms for the fans to cheer louder against the Los Angeles Chargers late in the fourth quarter at RingCentral Coliseum on November 07, 2019 in Oakland, California. Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Are the Raiders ... good? It’s an odd reality after what happened to them last season, but they are a team we have to take seriously as they continue to push for the playoffs. Oakland is 5-4 and at +137 odds, the DK Sportsbook gives it a near 50/50 shot to play into the postseason. The Raiders’ defense is 29th in the league in DVOA, so this is a team being carried by offense. Oakland is fifth in offensive DVOA and is strong in both the run and pass game. Just a year ago, it seemed like Derek Carr’s days as a Raider could be coming to an end. Now we can say with certainty that isn’t the case. He has the best passer rating of his career and has a stable of strong skill position players around him. Tyrell Williams, Darren Waller and Josh Jacobs are all having great seasons.

There isn’t much question as to whether the Bengals are good or bad. They stink. The last winless team in the league, Cincinnati has a fun prop bet of +600 to finish the season 0-16. Even though the Raiders’ defense has struggled, I am not sure Ryan Finley will be able to take advantage. He’s making the second start of his career and the first one was far from spectacular. The Bengals lost, 49-13, and FInley was only able to throw for 167 yards despite a favorable game script for most of the day. The Ravens’ defense scored a pair of touchdowns while the Bengals only mustered 13 points. Maybe the game would have been slightly closer if they ran the offense from “The Waterboy” and kneeled every play so the Ravens couldn’t score defensive touchdowns. It’s hard to imagine a situation where the Bengals are expected be competitive, let alone win a football game.

All odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.

Bengals at Raiders

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Bengals +11.5

Total Points: 48.5

Money Line: Bengals + 525; Raiders - 625

Records

Overall 2019: Bengals 0-9; Raiders 5-4

ATS 2019: Bengals 3-6; Raiders 6-3

O/U 2019: Bengals 3-5-1; Raiders 6-3

Injury Report

Bengals:

  • Trent Brown (T) - Questionable
  • Dwayne Harris (WR/RS) - Questionable
  • Lamarcus Joyner (S) - Out
  • David Sharpe (T) - Out

Raiders:

  • A.J. Green (WR) - Out
  • Dre Kirkpatrick (CB) - Out
  • Drew Sample (TE) - Out
  • Bobby Hart (OT) - Out
  • Geno Atkins (DT) - Questionable

Notable Prop Bets

Bengals:

Raiders:

  • Derek Carr over 252.5 passing yards: -112
  • Josh Jacobs over 12.5 receiving yards: -112

Betting Trends

  • The Bengals have lost each of their last 15 games as underdogs.
  • The Raiders have covered the spread in six of their last seven games at RingCentral Coliseum.
  • Nine of the Raiders’ last 10 games against AFC North opponents have gone OVER the total points line.
  • The Bengals have lost the first quarter in eight of their last nine November games against AFC opponents.
  • Josh Jacobs has scored at least one touchdown in three of the Raiders’ last four games RingCentral Coliseum.

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