Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Rams
Tuesday's action in the National Football League takes place at Paycor Stadium and features a matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams. After their most recent encounter, both of these teams suffered a loss in the league. Which side do you think will be able to have the upper hand in this situation?Grab Your Signup Bonus
Cincinnati Bengals - Bengals in search of first win this season
The Cincinnati Bengals have not yet recorded their first victory of the new season. The Bengals are looking to avoid getting off to their first 0-3 start since the 2019 season, when they only won two games total. Joe Burrow has a completion percentage of 56.9 percent on his passes. He has thrown for 304 yards, resulting in 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. While Tyler Boyd has eight receptions, Tee Higgins and Ja'Marr Chase have combined for 159 receiving yards and two touchdowns to show for their efforts. Joe Mixon is leading the way for the Cincinnati Bengals with 115 yards on 26 carries, which puts him in the lead for the team's ground attack, which is averaging 70.5 yards per game. The Cincinnati defense is letting up 25.5 points and 382.5 yards per game. The Cincinnati Bengals are led in tackles by Germaine Pratt, who has 20, in sacks by Germaine Pratt, who has 1, and in interceptions by Dax Hill, who has 1. Each of the last six games that the Cincinnati Bengals have played against teams from the National Football Conference West has ended in a loss for the Bengals. Seven of the last eight Week 3 contests that the Cincinnati Bengals have played have resulted in the away side covering the point spread. During this time, the Cincinnati Bengals have been unsuccessful in the first half of each of their most recent five games against teams from the National Football Conference West.
Los Angeles Rams - Rams hoping to bounce back
The Los Angeles Rams are looking for their second win away from home in order to keep their record above .500. Seven of the previous eight games that the Los Angeles Rams have played have ended in defeat. Matthew Stafford has a completion percentage of 62.4 percent, good for 641 yards and one score, while also having two interceptions. As a team, Puka Nacua and Tutu Atwell have hauled in 38 passes for a total of 462 receiving yards, while Tyler Higbee has only caught six passes. Kyren Williams is leading the Los Angeles Rams in rushing with 104 yards and three touchdowns, and the team's ground game is averaging 90.5 yards per game overall. On defense, Los Angeles Rams are giving up 21.5 points per game and 272.5 yards per contest on average. The Los Angeles Rams are led in tackles by Ernest Jones, who has 19, while Byron Young and Derion Kendrick both have 1.5 sacks, and Kendrick has one pass deflection. The Los Angeles Rams have been defeated in each of their five most recent games played away from home against opponents who have a losing record. In addition, the Los Angeles Rams have failed to cover the point spread in each of their most recent six away games against opponents who owned a record that was worse than their own.
Expert Betting Tips
Given the Cincinnati Bengals' dismal performance, I won't be rushing to the betting window to back the Los Angeles Rams in any way, shape, or form. On the other hand, I won't be laying chalk with the Cincinnati Bengals either. The Bengals' offense has been ineffective through the first two games of the season, and now there is a possibility that Joe Burrow will miss time with a calf injury. In the event that Burrow is unable to play, the Cincinnati Bengals would turn to Jake Browning, a 27-year-old quarterback who has never attempted a pass in the National Football League. It is fine if you have a different perspective about the Los Angeles Rams; nevertheless, they did compete closely with the San Francisco 49ers the week before, and through the first two weeks of the season, they had the fifth-best pass defense. Right now, I don't have much faith in the Bengals' quarterbacking situation. For me, it's either the Rams or the pass, with no points deducted.