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@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay
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Sat 8/1411:30 PM

Buccaneers vs Bengals Odds

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SpreadTotalMoneyline
TB
-6
-110
u33
-107
-260
CIN
--
o33
-115
+222

Bengals Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • C.J. Uzomah

    TE

    CJ Uzomah (Achilles) is Out for Season this week.

    Out for Season

  • Joe Mixon

    RB

    Joe Mixon (Foot) is out this week.

    Out

  • Auden Tate

    WR

    Auden Tate (Shoulder) is out this week.

    Out

  • Jonah Williams

    OT

    Jonah Williams (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Amani Bledsoe

    DE

    Amani Bledsoe (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • Joe Burrow

    QB

    Joe Burrow (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Logan Wilson

    LB

    Logan Wilson (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

Bengals 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 29thMIA----
Aug 21st@WAS----
Aug 14th@TB--33+222

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBJoe BurrowRyan Finley
WRAJ GreenMike Thomas
WRTee Higgins
WRJohn RossAuden Tate
TECJ UzomahDrew SampleCethan Carter
LGMichael JordanHakeem Adeniji
CTrey HopkinsBilly Price
RGXavier Su'a-FiloDeion Calhoun
LDEKhalid Kareem
RDESamuel HubbardCarl Lawson
PKevin Huber
PRAlex EricksonDarius PhillipsTyler Boyd
LSClark Harris
ROTBobby Hart
HBJoe MixonGiovani BernardSamaje Perine
LOTJonah WilliamsFred Johnson
CBWilliam JacksonLeShaun Sims
SJessie Bates
LBJosh BynesLogan WilsonMarkus Bailey
NTD.J. ReaderChristian Covington
DTGeno AtkinsMike Daniels
NCBMackensie AlexanderTorry McTyer
KORBrandon Wilson
KRandy Bullock
SVonn BellShawn Williams
LBGermaine PrattAkeem Davis-GaitherJordan Evans
CBTony Brown

Cincinnati Bengals Player Stats

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Cincinnati Bengals

While the Cincinnati Bengals' 2020 season seems poor on paper -- the franchise finished with just four wins and missed the playoffs -- there were many reasons to be optimistic about the future. None were more important than the development of rookie QB Joe Burrow, who seems poised to take another step forward in 2021.

Oddsmakers are expecting a bit of a step up, too, though a playoff berth in a brutal division with the Ravens, Browns and Steelers might be a stretch. Read more about the Bengals odds this year, as well as their full schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) record, key injuries, depth charts, and much more.

Cincinnati Bengals Point Spreads

Even if the Bengals don't win many games again this year, that doesn't mean you can't win some bets on them. In fact, one of the best ways to do that is the Bengals point spread, which is a wager on how much they'll win or lose by. If they're underdogs, they don't have to win the game to win your bet -- they just have to "cover the spread."

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Bengals game:

  • Bengals +9.5 (-110)
  • Ravens -9.5 (-110)

In this example, the Bengals are indeed underdogs, and you can tell by the plus sign (+) next to the spread number. A minus sign (-) indicates a favorite. A bet on the Bengals spread would win if Cincinnati beats Baltimore or if the game stays within nine points. If the Ravens won by double digits, that Bengals spread bet would be graded as a loss.

Bengals Over/Unders

If you believe in Joe Burrow and the offense but don't quite trust the Bengals defense yet, you can also craft a bet based on that knowledge. Total bets, also called over/unders, are wagers on how many points will be scored in game by both teams, including any overtimes.

Here's an example: Say a Bengals vs. Browns game has an over/under of 44 points. A bettor can place a wager on either the over or under of that number: The over would cash if the teams combined for 45 or more points, and the under would hit if the game finished at 43 or fewer. Given 44 is a whole number, it's also possible the game finishes at exactly 44 points -- say, a 28-16 game. In that "push" situation, both sides of the bet would be refunded.

Cincinnati Bengals Moneylines

While it may be a scary proposition, you can always forego the point spread and bet on the Bengals to win any game outright. That's called a moneyline bet, and again the margin of victory is meaningless. If the Bengals win, you win the bet; if they lose, you lose the bet.

The moneyline odds are correlated with the spread, which means the bigger underdog a team is, the more you can make if they win. Say the Bengals are +275 against the Ravens: A $100 bet on the Bengals moneyline would pay out $275 if Cincinnati upset Baltimore. Moneyline favorite odds are the inverse, so a moneyline bet a -275 would require $275 to win $100.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Cincinnati Bengals Props

If you're the world's biggest Joe Burrow fan and want to place your hard-earned dollars on your allegiance, player props are for you. These are bets on the box score outcome of a single player, rather than the whole team.

Some notable Bengals props for the 2021 season include Burrow to throw over or under a certain amount of passing yards, Ja'Marr Chase to catch a set amount of passes, and much more.

Cincinnati Bengals Futures

You can bet on just about anything in the NFL at a U.S. sportsbook, and that includes stuff like which team will win the Super Bowl. Those type of bets are vast, and they're called futures bets -- wagers tied to end-of-season outcomes.

Some Bengals futures to keep your eye on include Ja'Marr Chase to win Offensive Rookie of the Year, Joe Burrow to lead the league in passing yards, and much more.

Next Bengals Game

Game Details
@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay
location pin
Sat 8/1411:30 PM

Buccaneers vs Bengals Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
TB
-6
-110
u33
-107
-260
CIN
--
o33
-115
+222

Bengals Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • C.J. Uzomah

    TE

    CJ Uzomah (Achilles) is Out for Season this week.

    Out for Season

  • Joe Mixon

    RB

    Joe Mixon (Foot) is out this week.

    Out

  • Auden Tate

    WR

    Auden Tate (Shoulder) is out this week.

    Out

  • Jonah Williams

    OT

    Jonah Williams (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Amani Bledsoe

    DE

    Amani Bledsoe (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • Joe Burrow

    QB

    Joe Burrow (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Logan Wilson

    LB

    Logan Wilson (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

Best Bengals Betting Sites

Cincinnati Bengals

While the Cincinnati Bengals' 2020 season seems poor on paper -- the franchise finished with just four wins and missed the playoffs -- there were many reasons to be optimistic about the future. None were more important than the development of rookie QB Joe Burrow, who seems poised to take another step forward in 2021.

Oddsmakers are expecting a bit of a step up, too, though a playoff berth in a brutal division with the Ravens, Browns and Steelers might be a stretch. Read more about the Bengals odds this year, as well as their full schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) record, key injuries, depth charts, and much more.

Cincinnati Bengals Point Spreads

Even if the Bengals don't win many games again this year, that doesn't mean you can't win some bets on them. In fact, one of the best ways to do that is the Bengals point spread, which is a wager on how much they'll win or lose by. If they're underdogs, they don't have to win the game to win your bet -- they just have to "cover the spread."

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Bengals game:

  • Bengals +9.5 (-110)
  • Ravens -9.5 (-110)

In this example, the Bengals are indeed underdogs, and you can tell by the plus sign (+) next to the spread number. A minus sign (-) indicates a favorite. A bet on the Bengals spread would win if Cincinnati beats Baltimore or if the game stays within nine points. If the Ravens won by double digits, that Bengals spread bet would be graded as a loss.

Bengals Over/Unders

If you believe in Joe Burrow and the offense but don't quite trust the Bengals defense yet, you can also craft a bet based on that knowledge. Total bets, also called over/unders, are wagers on how many points will be scored in game by both teams, including any overtimes.

Here's an example: Say a Bengals vs. Browns game has an over/under of 44 points. A bettor can place a wager on either the over or under of that number: The over would cash if the teams combined for 45 or more points, and the under would hit if the game finished at 43 or fewer. Given 44 is a whole number, it's also possible the game finishes at exactly 44 points -- say, a 28-16 game. In that "push" situation, both sides of the bet would be refunded.

Cincinnati Bengals Moneylines

While it may be a scary proposition, you can always forego the point spread and bet on the Bengals to win any game outright. That's called a moneyline bet, and again the margin of victory is meaningless. If the Bengals win, you win the bet; if they lose, you lose the bet.

The moneyline odds are correlated with the spread, which means the bigger underdog a team is, the more you can make if they win. Say the Bengals are +275 against the Ravens: A $100 bet on the Bengals moneyline would pay out $275 if Cincinnati upset Baltimore. Moneyline favorite odds are the inverse, so a moneyline bet a -275 would require $275 to win $100.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Cincinnati Bengals Props

If you're the world's biggest Joe Burrow fan and want to place your hard-earned dollars on your allegiance, player props are for you. These are bets on the box score outcome of a single player, rather than the whole team.

Some notable Bengals props for the 2021 season include Burrow to throw over or under a certain amount of passing yards, Ja'Marr Chase to catch a set amount of passes, and much more.

Cincinnati Bengals Futures

You can bet on just about anything in the NFL at a U.S. sportsbook, and that includes stuff like which team will win the Super Bowl. Those type of bets are vast, and they're called futures bets -- wagers tied to end-of-season outcomes.

Some Bengals futures to keep your eye on include Ja'Marr Chase to win Offensive Rookie of the Year, Joe Burrow to lead the league in passing yards, and much more.