Cincinnati Bengals versus New York Giants NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The NFL Monday Night Football contest on November 14th will feature the New York Giants hosting the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals and Giants will get things started from New York at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Cincinnati Bengals favored by -1 point with the total lined at 47 ½ points.

The Bengals enter play following a bye week. They were last in action back on October 30th at London England where Cincinnati and Washington played to a 27-27 tie to move to 3-4-1. In their tie with the Redskins the Bengals defense was lit up by Kirk Cousins and the Redskins passing attack for 446 yards. Andy Dalton passed for 284 yards as he had a touchdown pass and interception. On the year the Bengals quarterback is completing 67% of his throws for 2349 yards with nine touchdowns. The interception Dalton had in Week 8 was his first one in four games. His completion percentage is the highest in his career. Cincinnati has struggled on the defensive side of the field this year. The team ranks in the bottom third of the league in total offense by allowing 378 yards per game. Running back Jeremy Hill has averaged four yards per carry or greater in just two of his eight games this year.

The Giants returned from their bye week by defeating NFC East rivals the Philadelphia Eagles 28-23 as they cover as a -3 point home favorite. The team has won three straight. Eli Manning passed for 257 yards with four touchdowns and two picks in the victory. The Giants are 32nd and last in rushing this season as they team runs for just 68.2 yards per game. New York has shown improvement on defense as they are 11th in scoring defense by allowing 20 points per game. Manning is completing 64.4% of his passes on the year for 2241 yards with 12 touchdowns and 8 picks. The Giants could be without starting wide receiver Victor Cruz who has an ankle sprain and listed as doubtful.

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