Football betting fans were paid by the Bengals last week against the preseason football odds while the Rams went down to defeat. The Bengals are 1-1 both straight up and against the preseason football betting board. Both of their exhibition games have gone under the total.
The Rams are also 1-1 both straight up and against the football odds. St. Louis is also 1-1 in over/under preseason football betting action. Last week the Bengals scored a 7-6 upset home win over the New England Patriots as 6.5-point dogs.
The Rams are coming off a 13-20 home football betting loss to the Atlanta Falcons as 2.5-point home dogs as the game went under the total. The Rams rank in the bottom third of the preseason football betting stat charts for almost every category except rushing yards where they rank a solid 7th.
Samkon Gado has been very impressive in preseason action with 18 carries for 98 yards and a 5.4 yards per carry average. Kyle Boller has seen the majority of preseason football betting action and has shown poorly with a 61.4 quarterback rating based on a 48% completion ratio with 0 touchdowns and 0 interceptions.
Brock Berlin has impressed with a QB rating of 105.7 and a 69% completion ratio. Boller and Berlin figure to get most of the preseason football betting snaps the rest of the way. Laurent Robinson has also been impressive with 7 catches good for 117 yards. Josh Brown is a perfect 5-5 on field goals in exhibition action.
The Cincinnati Bengals rank 5th overall in the football betting preseason for points allowed. The Bengals also rank 6th overall for total yards. JT O’Sullivan has had a sensational preseason at quarterback with a rating of 136.3. He has 2 touchdown passes, 0 interceptions, and a completion percentage of 79.2%.
Chris Henry leads the Bengals in receiving with 11 catches for 155 yards and 2 TD’s. The Bengals have ran well by committee and ranked 8th in the NFL preseason for rushing yards.
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