Washington Vs Cincinnati Odds & Free Pick

Washington Vs Cincinnati Odds & Free Pick

Washington Vs Cincinnati Odds & Free Pick

Washington and Cincinnati cross the pond to play an NFL week 8 game Sunday morning in England at Wembley Stadium. The NFL Week 8 betting odds favor the Bengals by a FG. Kick-off is scheduled for this Sunday, September 30th at 9:30 AM ET on CBS from Wembley Stadium in London.

How To Bet Washington Vs Cincinnati Bengals NFL Week 8 Odds

The NFL week 8 odds have the Bengals as 3-point favorites to beat Washington. If you want to bet the O/U the game total is 46.5. The moneyline favors the Bengals at -150 while you can cash in at +130 if you back Washington.

What: Washington (4-3) at Cincinnati Bengals (3-4)
When: Sunday, October 30, 2016
Start Time: 9:30 AM ET
Where: London, UK
Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Spread: Bengals -3
Moneyline: Washington +130 Cincinnati -150
Game Total: 46.5
Watch: CBS
Stream: CBS Sports
Listen: Washington vs Cincinnati

Why Bet On Washington To Beat The Bengals

Washington let a win slip away with 16 seconds left in the game last week against Detroit. Washington dropped to 4-3 SU and 4-3 ATS this season. They average 22.7 points per game (15th) and allow 23.1 points per game (18th).

QB Kirk Cousins (1996 yards, 10 TDs & 6 INTs) completed 30 of 39 passes for 301 yards, one touchdown and zero interceptions last week. Cousins is completing 66.8% of his passes for 1,996 yards, 10 touchdowns and six interceptions. Cousins has two or less touchdown passes in 10 of his last 14 games. Washington averages 277.7 passing yards per game (3rd).

WR Jamison Crowder (31 rec, 391 yards, 3 TDs) caught seven passes for 105 yards. Crowder and DeSean Jackson have combined for 759 receiving yards and four touchdowns while Pierre Garcon has 30 receptions. Washington hopes to get back TE Jordan Reed (33 rec, 316 yards, 2 TD) who has missed two games due to a concussion. Washington’s ground game averages 113.7 rushing yards per game (15th). RB Matt Jones (99 car, 460 yards, 3 TDs) rushed for a measly 27 yards on ten carries last week.

Washington owns the 23rd-ranked total defense in the NFL. They allow 244.0 passing yards per game (17th) and 119.7 rushing yards per game (26th). They have recorded 19 sacks this season. Will Compton has 60 tackles, and Trent Murphy has 6.0 sacks.

Head coach Jay Gruden, who served the Bengals’ offensive coordinator for three seasons (2011-13) under head coach Marvin Lewis before coming to Washington, is facing his former team for the first time.

“We did a lot of great things over there, we thought, but come game time it’s going to be another game that we have to win,” Gruden said after Wednesday’s practice. “They’re very well-coached, they have a good football team. … It will be a great test for us.”

Why Bet The Cincinnati Bengals To Beat Washington

The Bengals improved to 3-4 SU and 2-4-1 ATS after beating the Cleveland Browns by a 31-17 score. They average 20.0 points per game (23rd) and allow 23.1 points per game (18th).

QB Andy Dalton (2065 yards, 8 TDs & 2 INTs) is completing 67.5% of his passes for 2,065 yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions. Dalton has two or less touchdown passes in nine straight games. Last week, he completed 19 of 28 passes for 308 yards and two touchdowns against the Browns. Cincinnati averages 276.4 passing yards per game (4th).

“I think things have changed,” Dalton said when asked about the Redskins having the advantage of Gruden knowing the Bengals’ offense. “We’ve got some new players — obviously there’s still some guys that are still here from when he was here — but I feel like we’ve added a few guys. I think things have changed enough that I’m not too worried about that.”

WR A.J. Green (50 rec, 775 yards, 3 TDs) has been a beast this season. He is a deep threat every play, every game. Green caught eight balls for 169 yards and one touchdown against Cleveland. The Bengals average 115.7 rushing yards per game (10th). RB Jeremy Hill (84 car, 439 yards, 4 TDs) had his best game of the season by rushing for 168 yards and one touchdown on nine carries last week.

The Bengals have the 19th-ranked total defense in the NFL. They give up 236.0 passing yards per game (12th) and 118.4 rushing yards per game (24th). Cincinnati has recorded 15 sacks this season (14th). Karlos Dansby has 48 tackles, and Carlos Dunlap has 5.0 sacks.

Betting Trends For this matchup:

  • Washington is 4-1 ATS in its last 5 games
  • Washington is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games
  • Cincinnati is 2-5-2 ATS in its last 9 games
  • Cincinnati is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games
  • Cincinnati is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games when playing Washington

Expert ATS Pick & Final Score Prediction

The public is backing the Bengals, which is a little surprising, as they’re not the biggest public team. Sharps are split on this game, as the line has held steady. It’s not easy to handicap which team will fare better after the trip overseas.

The Bengals lead the series 5-4. They won the last meeting 38-31 in 2012 and haven’t lost to Washington since 1991, winning three straight.

My final score prediction is Washington 23, Cincinnati 20.