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Week 9 Jaguars vs. Bengals NFL Predictions

NFL Week 9 Football Betting – Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals (0-8 SU, 2-6 ATS) have gone way past the point where they have been a disappointment. On Sunday they will once again be going after their first win of the season when they face off against the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-4 SU, 2-5 ATS) in NFL sports betting action that is scheduled to take place at 1 PM ET at Paul Brown Stadium (artificial turf) in Cincinnati.

Sunday, November 2
BetUS NFL Betting Odds: JACKSONVILLE -7.5, Total 40

NOTABLE STAT: Cincinnati has scored 13 ppg (last in the NFL)
KEY NFL FOOTBALL BETTING TREND: Jags have won nine of the last ten meetings

In the BetUS NFL football betting odds, the Jaguars are listed as a 7.5-point favorite, with a posted total of 40 points.

Here are some NFL football sports betting trends as they relate to this matchup:

* JAX has covered two of its last seven games
* JAX has played 14 of its last 19 games OVER the total
* JAX has covered nine of its last 13 road games OVER the total
* JAX has played eight of its last 11 road games OVER the total
* CIN has covered one of its last five games
* JAX has played 10 of its last 14 games UNDER the total
* CIN has covered one of its last five home games
* CIN has played five of its last six home games UNDER the total

Also

* JAX is 7-2-1 ATS in the last ten meetings
* JAX has won nine of the last ten meetings SU
* JAX has won and covered four of the last five meetings

Ryan Fitzpatrick apparently can’t get out of the way of opposing pass rushes (17 sacks). Maybe the Jaguars can exploit that, but perhaps not, since they are third from the bottom in sacks (only nine on the year). One thing appears certain, and that is that the Bengals are not all that likely to spark up a running game to keep the pressure off their passer, even though Cedric Benson has stepped in and at least tried to plug that hole (101 yards the last two games).

After a rough start, caused by offensive line injuries, the Jags managed to get a little more of a running game going, raising the average to 116 rushing yards per game. But Fred Taylor needs to become more of a part of it. The Florida grad has put together only 53 yards on 21 carries in his last three contests, and the end result of some of this ineffectiveness has been to put more of a burden on David Garrard, who was sacked three times last week against Cleveland, in a loss for which there was no excuse.

Every one of Jacksonville’s games has been decided by seven points or less. They are 0-5 ATS as a favorite this season. They are without Matt Jones, who is serving a suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Cincinnati is hopeful of a better ground attack, and defensively they have been somewhat underrated, especially in the secondary, where it has surrendered 6.6 yards per passing attempt. In a very mild recommendation, we are taking the points with the Bengals, the 7.5-point underdog in the BetUS NFL football sports betting odds.

Our PLAY: CINCINNATI +7.5 *

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