Bengals vs. Raiders Betting Odds, Picks & Predictions

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  • We cover every actionable angle of the Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders, complete with odds and picks.

Bengals at Raiders Odds, Picks & Predictions

  • Odds: Raiders -13
  • Over/Under: 48
  • Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel:  CBS

Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.

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The Bengals are so bad against running backs that both Josh Jacobs and DeAndre Washington are popping this week in our FantasyLabs Models even though Washington hasn’t had more than six carries in any game this season.

The Bengals are No. 29 in Football Outsiders’ rush defense DVOA. They’re at their worst in the intermediate range of the field, where they rank No. 31 with 1.50 second-level yards allowed per run. Once opposing backs get 5-10 yards past the line of scrimmage, Bengals linebackers have been incapable of limiting yardage.

To make matters worse, the Bengals are No. 31 in pass defense DVOA against running backs. Last year, they were also No. 31.

On the ground or through the air, they can’t stop anyone.

See our full betting breakdown for Bengals-Raiders.

Our Experts’ Week 11 Picks

Our staff breaks down how they’re betting 1 and 4 p.m. ET games. See their picks.

Pick ‘Em Confidence Rating

Sean Koerner ranks every straight-up and against-the-spread pick for pools in his Pick ‘Em Confidence Ratings. You can even create custom ATS ratings based on the specific spreads your league is using.

See where the Bengals and Raiders rank.

Survivor Pool Recommendations

Ten weeks down. Seven to go. Should you roll with either team in Week 11? Our NFL simulations reveal the best survivor pool picks.

Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings

Our trio of experts are obsessively updating their fantasy football rankings so you can set your lineups with confidence. Here’s how they rank QBs, RBs, WRs, TEs and Flex players for PPR, standard and half PPR leagues.

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