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Indianapolis Colts favored at home vs. Cincinnati Bengals in Week 6

Johnny Parlay, Sportsbook Wire
Published 1:09 a.m. ET Oct. 13, 2020

The Cincinnati Bengals (1-3-1) visit the Indianapolis Colts (3-2) Sunday for a Week 6 contest at Lucas Oil Stadium at 1 p.m. ET. Below, we take a look at the early Week 6 betting odds and lines at BetMGM Sportsbook.

The Bengals were basically shut down at the Baltimore Ravens 27-3 in Week 6, ending a short-lived one-game win streak. The offense was held to 205 total yards, 70 on the ground and 135 in the air. QB Joe Burrow threw for just 183 yards, was intercepted once, lost a fumble and was sacked seven times. The defense did hold Ravens QB Lamar Jackson to 180 passing yards and 3 rushing yards, but it allowed 17 points on Baltimore’s first three possessions.

The Colts had a three-game win streak snapped with a 32-23 loss at the Cleveland Browns Sunday.

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Baltimore Ravens big home favorites vs. rival Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5

Johnny Parlay, Sportsbook Wire
Published 9:04 a.m. ET Oct. 5, 2020

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

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Cincinnati taps 200+ pedestrian crossings for safety improvements over the next year

CINCINNATI — The city administration has its sights on more than 200 pedestrian crossing locations for improvements over the next year.

The Department of Transportation and Engineering this week posted its list of 209 locations that will receive at least one safety improvement for pedestrians throughout 36 of the city’s 52 neighborhoods. The projects range in scope from re-striping existing crosswalks and installing new signage to building new curb bump-outs and the city’s first raised crosswalks, which consist of a combination between a speed bump and crosswalk.

The city will fund the hundreds of improvements over the next year using money from the $750,000 Pedestrian Safety Fund along with roughly $1.3 million from the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Absent from the list of proposed improvements are any projects near the site where 15-year-old Gabriella Rodriguez died after two drivers struck her as she was crossing Harrison Avenue in Westwood. That

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