NFL betting on the Bengals has been a colossal disappointment the past 2 seasons in particular as this team was expected to compete effectively against the NFL odds. The Bengals problems start at quarterback. Carson Palmer, a 7 year pro out of USC and the Bengals first round draft pick in 2003, is currently listed as the number one quarterback on the NFL betting depth chart.
Palmer has steadily regressed against the NFL odds since his stellar 2005 NFL betting season in which he threw for 3836 yards and 32 touchdowns while compiling a quarterback rating of 101. Last year Palmer had only 4 NFL betting starts with 3 touchdown passes, 4 interceptions, and a 69 quarterback rating.
Palmer has been injury plagued but enters the NFL betting preseason as 100% and ready to go. JT O’Sullivan is the number two quarterback and is a 7 year pro out of California-Davis. He has 8 starts in his NFL betting career with 8 touchdown passes, 11 interceptions, and a career quarterback rating of 73.6.
He had 8 starts last NFL betting season with the San Francisco 49ers and compiled a 74 quarterback rating. He figures to see a lot of action during the NFL betting preseason. One quarterback that will not be in camp is last year’s main starter Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has moved on to the Buffalo Bills.
Chad Ochocinco enters camp as the Bengals top receiver although he is coming off a disappointing 2008 season in which he caught 53 passes for 540 yards and 4 touchdowns. The controversial head case has recently promised to “tweet” on the sidelines during games despite the NFL rule that bans such activity.
He is a 9 year pro out of Oregon State and was formerly known as Chad Johnson. Kicker Shayne Graham had a stellar campaign last year. The 9 year pro out of Virginia Tech was 21-24 on field goals and makes for a nice preseason weapon.
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