NFL Monday Night:Pittsburgh Steelers(11-2) at Cincinatti Bengals(2-10-1)

Jamil Brown

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinatti Bengals Betting Preview.

Monday Night Football has an under-the-radar divisional gam. The Bengals have struggled but that is not a surprise for a team that is going through a total rebuild and lost their future franchise QB for the season due to injury. The Steelers went 11-0 before losing their las2 in a row but they have clinched a playoff spot but the next 3 games will determine if they win the AFC North. The Steelers beat the Bengals at home Week 10 in a beatdown that ended 36-10. The Steelers have won the last 11 in a row against the Bengals who have not beat Pittsburgh since 2015.

Spread: Steelers -13.5 (-110), Bengals +13.5 (-110)

Moneyline: Steelers (-1200),  Bengals (+750)

Total: OVER 40.5 (-110), UNDER 40.5 (-110)

Steelers’ Season to Date

The Steelers 11-0 start was the story for most of the season. This team now has slowed down a bit though after 2 straight losses to WFT and Buffalo. The Steelers now are out of the 1 seed discussion but still hold the 2nd seed but no guarantees of winning the division yet even though they only need 2 wins to close it out. The Steeler 6-1 vs teams under 500 and 3-4 ATS in this spot.

Steelers’ Betting Record: ATS 8-5-0 OVER/UNDER 5-8-0

Steelers’ Leaders on Offense

QB Ben Roethlisberger : 3,292 pass yards with 29 TD and 9 INT

RB James Conner: 808 total yards with 5 TD

WR JuJu Smith-Schuster: 79 receptions 655 receiving yards with 7 TD

TE Eric Ebron: 51 receptions 551 receiving yards with 4 TD

Bengals’ Season to Date

The Bengals have had a season that showed a team that is short on talent but big on heart before their top pick QB Joe Burrow was injured for the season with a Torn ACL. The Bengals were already in a situation where they knew wins would be tough to come by but they are building chemistry as they tear down Marv Lewis era. The Bengals are 1-6 vs teams over 500 4-3 ATS in this spot.

Bengals’ Betting Record: ATS 7-5-1 OVER/UNDER 6-7-0

Giants’ Leaders on Offense

*QB Joe Burrow: 2,688 pass yards with 13 TD and 5 INT

RB Joe Mixon: 566 total yards with 4 TD

WR Tyler Boyd: 78 receptions 840 receiving yards with 4 TD

WR Tee Higgins: 58 receptions 778 receiving yards with 5 TD

Steelers vs. Bengals Recent History – Last Meeting Meeting Week 10 11/15/20 36-10 Steelers Win

All-Time Series:67-35-0 Browns Lead Series