NFL Pro Football 2017 Cincinnati Bengals Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Cincinnati Bengals took a giant step backwards in the 2016 campaign as they finished with a record of 6-9-1. They missed the playoffs for the first time in five seasons. Marvin Lewis enters his 15th year with the Bengals and is still searching for his first playoff victory. To his credit prior to arriving at Cincinnati the franchise was at the bottom of the league for years and he rose the team up from the ashes. Bengals last earned a playoff victory way back in the 1990 season. The drop off came on both ends of the football. They fell to 24th in scoring as the team produced only 20.3 points per game. Defensively the Bengals sat in the bottom half of the league by allowing 350.8 yards per game. Their rise under Lewis came from good drafting and developing players. Their top two picks came from the offensive area with wide receiver John Ross out of Washington and Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Cincinnati Bengals lined at 8 ½ wins with both over and under the total returning -115 odds.

Andrew Dalton played in all 16 games last season but finished with only 18 touchdown passes for the year. He did complete 64.7% of his throws with eight picks and 4206 yards of passing. He had multiple touchdown passes in only four games. To his credit, Andy Dalton has missed only three regular season games the past seven seasons. To close the season the Bengals finished at 3-5 and lost close games with the defeats coming five points or less. It was the first time in five seasons that Cincinnati failed to compile double digit number of victories during the regular season. The passing game took a hit as AJ Green missed the final six games of the regular season due to injury. The talented wide out is an impact player to the Cincinnati offense and his absence from the team resulted in lower scoring output.

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