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Point spread, total, money line, injury report and more for Ravens-Bengals in Week 10

Lamar Jackson and the Ravens look to avoid a letdown against the Bengals in Week 10. We break down the pertinent odds, betting history, trends, and injury report.

Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens looks to pass during the game against the New England Patriots at M&T Bank Stadium on November 3, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images

Crazier things have happened, but it’s hard to imagine the hapless, winless Bengals causing many problems for the Ravens. The Ravens are on a four-game win streak and just beat the previously undefeated Patriots. That said, this does have some “trap game” potential for the Ravens – a road game that should be an easy win, sandwiched in between home games verse the Patriots and the Texans, two of the best teams in the AFC.

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The Bengals have the second-worst defensive DVOA, but they are marginally better against the run than the pass. The difference may not be enough to matter, but the Ravens are at their best when their run game is rolling, so anything the Bengals can do to encourage the Ravens to pass more is probably a net positive. The Ravens dominate the NFL in rushing yards and many rushing efficiency metrics.

For the first time since 2010, Andy Dalton will be healthy but not start for the Bengals. Rookie fourth-round pick Ryan Finley will get the start. Finley was a three-year starter at NC State after transferring from Boise State. Dalton was leading the NFL in passing attempts per game, but it is unclear whether the Bengals will try to lessen the load for the rookie, potentially giving more carries to their talented running backs.

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Ravens at Bengals

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Bengals +10.5
Total Points: 44
Money Line: Bengals +450; Ravens -560

Records

Overall: Ravens 6-2; Bengals 0-8
ATS: Ravens 3-5; Bengals 3-5
O/U: Ravens 5-3; Bengals 2-6

Key Injuries

  • Ravens’ QB Lamar Jackson (illness)
  • Ravens’ RB Mark Ingram II will play. He missed practice Wednesday, but not due to injury.
  • Ravens’ S Earl Thomas (knee)
  • Bengals WR A.J. Green (ankle) will not play.
  • Bengals TE Tyler Eifert will play. He missed practice Wednesday but not due to injury.
  • Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) will not play.

Notable Prop Bets

Ravens:

Ravens to score first and win -141; Ravens first team to score 25 points -148

Bengals:

Bengals to score over 16.5 points -117; Alternate total points over 48.5 +148

Betting Trends

  • The Bengals have lost each of their last 10 games.
  • The Ravens have failed to cover the spread in each of their last seven games against AFC North opponents.
  • Six of the Bengals’ last eight home games have gone over the total points line.
  • Mark Ingram II has scored the first touchdown in each of the Ravens’ last three road games against AFC opponents.
  • Lamar Jackson has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Ravens’ last three games.
  • Tyler Boyd has scored at least one touchdown in four of the Bengals’ last five home games against AFC North opponents.

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