On Monday night, the Cincinnati Bengals will travel to Cleveland to try to draw even with
the Baltimore Ravens in AFC North. Meanwhile, the Browns desperately want to keep within
shouting distance from their division rivals. Cincinnati (3-3) is coming off a victory over Atlanta
Falcons 35-17. Joe Burrow threw for 481 yards and three touchdowns this season.
Due to a hip injury, however, he's now out of action as a wide receiver star Ja'Marr Chase.
The Browns (2-5), despite losing four games in succession,
have the backfield of Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb to keep them in any game.
BetMGM opened the Bengals as 3.0-point favorites. The line moved to 3.5 points mid-day Monday.
Cincinnati has drawn 68 per cent of spread-line wagers at BetMGM, along with 62 per cent of
the money. BetRivers has a 3.5 line, and DraftKings has a 3.5. The Bengals have been supported
by 71% of the bets, 63 percent spread money and 78 percent and 70% of the action at DraftKings.
Burrow has a 0-3 record against the Browns in his career. Burrow sat out
the last year's visit in Cleveland while the Bengals rested their starters before the playoffs.