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NFL Week 3 Best Bets
* This is exactly the type of situation where Cincinnati has fallen flat on their face in recent years. They’re on a run and facing a tough opponent or a division rival and then fold completely. I don’t think that will happen in this game however. They’re healthy and have enviable depth at several positions. This will mark the second game in the last 292 for the Ravens that they don’t have either MLB Ray Lewis, FS Ed Reed or OLB Terrell Suggs in the game. For 291 straight games, they always had at least one of those veterans to rally and lead the defense. They gave up 4 80+ yard drives last week to a team searching for an offensive identity. Look for the Bengals to mix up the run and pass and stamp their mark as a team to be reckoned with this year.*
We are taking the Bengals – Best Bet Pick courtesy of Jeff Scott from Sportsbettingstats.com
*The Lions’ defense is near the bottom in most key defensive categories allowing a 28th ranked 29.5 points per game, 29th ranked 147 yards rushing per game and 24th ranked 269.5 yards passing per game. We don’t think that they are anywhere near elite status this season, but the numbers should be at a “run of the mill” level soon. That may start with today’s game against the Broncos. Detroit has been dealing with some injuries but are starting to get healthy and the Broncos haven’t shown that they have the running game that can exploit what appears to be a weakness so far this season. If they can’t run, expect the Lion’s defense to control Manning’s pass attack. Detroit QB Matthew Stafford is dealing with a rib injury so he may not air it out, but if he does there will be opportunities against the Broncos secondary. We’ll call for the Lions to improve greatly at home and get the mild upset.
Take the Detroit Lions +3