The Cincinnati Bengals (6-4) host the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-4-1) on Sunday, November 28, 2021 in matchup between AFC North opponents at Paul Brown Stadium. Pittsburgh is a 4-point underdog. The over/under is set at 44.5 points for the game.
Bengals Vs. Steelers Odds
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Bengals and Steelers: Last Three Games
- Cincinnati is 1-2-0 against the spread and 1-2 overall over its last three contests.
- The Bengals and their opponents have hit the over in two of those games.
- The last three Bengals games averaged 47.0 total points, 2.5 more points than this matchup’s point total.
- Pittsburgh covered the spread once in its past three matchups while putting together a 1-1-1 record straight-up in those games.
- Twice in those three games, the final combined score has surpassed the set total.
- The past three Steelers games averaged 1.8 fewer points (42.7) than this matchup’s over/under.
Bengals and Steelers: Betting Trends
- Cincinnati has registered a 5-5-0 record against the spread this season.
- The Bengals have yet to cover the spread (0-2) when playing as at least 4-point favorites.
- This season, four of Cincinnati’s games have gone over the point total.
- The Bengals have been favored on the moneyline five total times this season. They’ve finished 3-2 in those games.
- Cincinnati has a 2-1 record (winning 66.7% of its games) when it has played as a moneyline favorite of -193 or shorter.
- The Bengals have an implied moneyline win probability of 65.9% in this game.
- Pittsburgh has put together a record of 4-6-0 against the spread this year.
- The Steelers have an ATS record of 3-1 when playing as at least 4-point underdogs.
- This year, three of Pittsburgh’s games have gone over the point total.
- The Steelers have been underdogs in five games this season and won three (60%) of those contests.
- Pittsburgh has a record of 2-2 when they’re set as an underdog of +160 or more by sportsbooks this season.
- This season, Cincinnati and its opponents have combined to outscore Sunday’s over/under of 44.5 points eight times.
- This season, three games Pittsburgh played finished with a combined score higher than 44.5 points.
- Together, the two teams combine for 48.2 points per game, 3.7 points more than the point total of 44.5 for this contest.
- This game’s point total is 0.3 fewer points than the 44.2 these two teams combine to give up per game in 2020.
- This season, the average total for Bengals games is 46.4 points, 1.9 more than the over/under of 44.5 points for this contest.
- A difference of 1.0 point separates this game’s over/under (44.5 points) and the average total points bet in Steelers’ games (43.5 points) this season.
Bengals Players to Watch
- Joe Burrow is the No. 18 fantasy player overall and the No. 14 fantasy quarterback with 173.3 points (averaging 17.3 per game).
- Joe Mixon’s 161.3 total fantasy points (an average of 16.1 per game), are enough to place him 21st overall and fourth among running backs.
- So far this season, Ja’Marr Chase’s 134.2 total fantasy points make him the No. 32 fantasy player and No. 4 receiver. He averages 13.4 fantasy points per game.
- C.J. Uzomah is the 125th-ranked fantasy player — and the 10th-ranked tight end — with 62.2 fantasy points. He averages 6.2 fantasy points per game.
Steelers Players to Watch
- So far this season, Najee Harris is the No. 29 fantasy player overall and the No. 6 fantasy running back. He’s scored 144.2 points and is averaging 14.4 per game.
- Ben Roethlisberger’s 129.0 total fantasy points (an average of 12.9 per game), are enough to place him 24th among quarterbacks and 38th overall.
- Diontae Johnson’s 97.0 total fantasy points make him the No. 67 fantasy player and No. 18 receiver. He averages 9.7 fantasy points per game.
- Chase Claypool’s fantasy season so far has him ranked 42nd among receivers and 123rd overall with 63.8 points (6.4 per game).