The Bengals were one of the AFC’s hottest teams after a win over the Ravens, but come out of the bye week looking to regain some of that momentum. Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase are forming one of the NFL’s most potent duos, while Joe Mixon remains a star in the run game. Cincinnati’s defense will hope to shut down Las Vegas’ offense in this contest.
The Raiders are still in the middle of the playoff race despite the turmoil surrounding the franchise. Derek Carr has been successful through the air this season, but the Raiders really need him to be elite in order to snap a two-game losing streak.
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