The Cincinnati Bengals (1-2-1) visit the Baltimore Ravens (3-1) for a Week 5 AFC North contest at M&T Bank Stadium. Kickoff will be Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. It’s no surprise the Ravens are 13.5-point favorites. Below, we take a look at the early Week 5 betting odds and lines at BetMGM Sportsbook.
The Bengals won their first game in the Joe Burrow era, knocking off the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars 33-25 Sunday. Burrow threw for 300 yards and a touchdown – his third 300-yard passing game in a row – while RB Joe Mixon ran for 151 yards and two TDs.
The Ravens claimed a 31-17 road victory Sunday, beating the Washington Football Team. QB Lamar Jackson threw for two scores and added a 50-yard rushing TD, while the defense finished with two interceptions. It’s the 17th consecutive game the Ravens defense forced at least one turnover, the longest current streak in the NFL.
Bengals at Ravens betting odds, spread and line
- Money line: Bengals +610 (bet $100 to win $610) / Ravens -910 (bet $910 to win $100) | Bet now
- Against the spread: Bengals +13.5, -110 (bet $110 to win $100) / Ravens -13.5, -110 (bet $110 to win $100) | Bet now
- Total: 51.5, Over -110 / Under -110 | Bet now
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At +610 odds, the Bengals have an implied 14.08% chance of beating the Ravens in Week 5, or 61/10 fractional odds. If Cincinnati wins outright or loses by fewer than 14 points, a Bengals +13.5 (-110) wager wins.
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Baltimore (-910) has an implied 90.10% chance of winning this one, or 10/91 fractional odds. The Ravens must win by 14 points for a -13.5 (-110) ATS ticket to cash.
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