Houston Texans versus Cincinnati Bengals NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The Monday Night Football game set for November 16th features the Cincinnati Bengals at home to the Houston Texans. The Bengals and Texans get things started from Cincinnati 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 home side Cincinnati Bengals the -11 ½ point wagering favorite with the total lined at 47 points. Those who play on the Cincinnati Bengals on the money line will lay -600 odds with the return on the road underdog Houston Texans at +450 odds on the money line.

Houston is very much alive in the AFC South division race as they travel to Cincinnati with a record of 3-5. They trail the first place Indianapolis Colts by ½ game and with a win on Monday night will be tied with the Colts at 4-5 atop the division race. The Texans come off their bye week after a 20-6 victory at home to the Tennessee Titans. This came on the heels of a very bad road loss on October 25th at Miami 44-26 where the Titans were down 41-0 at the half which cost their head coach at the time his job. In their win against Tennessee the Texans defense played as they were projected to play at the start of the season. They shut down the Titans offense by allowing only 211 yards for the entire game. Brian Hoyer threw for 235 yards and two touchdowns and had no picks in the victory. The run game has sputtered this year for the team as they rush for just 88 yards a game ranking 28th in the league. Cincinnati has a strong grip on the AFC North division with a mark of 8-0. They sit with a four game lead in the loss column over the Pittsburgh Steelers after a 31-10 victory by the Bengals over the Browns on November 5th. Cincinnati has excelled on both sides of the ball this year. The team is 3rd in scoring on the year as they average 28.6 points a game. On defense they limit opponents to 17.8 points a game ranking second in the NFL.

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