Bengals vs. Raiders: Week 11 NFL Betting Preview – November 21, 2021

Written By Staff on November 16, 2021

The Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) square off against the Las Vegas Raiders (5-4) in Week 11. The Bengals (-2) take the field on November 21, 2021 at 4:05 PM ET on CBS against the Raiders (+110 on the moneyline to win). Oddsmakers have listed the contest’s total at 50.5.

Before placing a bet on this game, take a look at this article to find the best available odds and everything else you need to know about the matchup — including key metrics, weather, injuries, and more.

The betting insights in this article reference odds valid as of November 21, 2021 at 3:13 PM ET. Keep scrolling for a look at all of the latest odds for this outing and get up to $1,000 Risk Free Bet at BetMGM today!

Bengals Vs. Raiders Betting Odds

Bengals Vs. Raiders Player Props

Bengals Vs. Raiders Betting Angles

Bengals Vs. Raiders Weather

A high temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit, with clear sky and 10 mph winds, are the expected conditions at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday (as of 3:13 PM on November 21).

Bengals Vs. Raiders Injury Report

Cincinnati Injuries

Player Pos. Injury Status
Xavier Su’a-Filo G Knee Out
Trae Waynes CB Hamstring Out
Vernon Hargreaves III CB Gameday Inactive Out
Jordan Evans OLB Knee (acl) Out
Brandon Wilson FS Knee Out
Auden Tate WR Thigh Out
Fred Johnson OT Gameday Inactive Out
Trenton Irwin WR Gameday Inactive Out
Mitchell Wilcox TE Covid-19 Out
Akeem Davis-Gaither LB Foot Out
D’Ante Smith G Knee Out
Tyler Shelvin DT Knee Out
Wyatt Hubert DE Pectoral Out
Joseph Ossai DE Knee Out

Las Vegas Injuries

Player Pos. Injury Status
Gerald McCoy DT Knee/suspension Out
Richie Incognito G Calf Out
Derek Carrier TE Pectoral Out
Darius Philon DT Ankle Out
Denzelle Good OL Torn Acl Out
Nick Kwiatkoski ILB Ankle Out
Jalen Richard RB Ribs Out
Nicholas Morrow OLB Foot Out
Jeff Badet WR Leg Out
Kendal Vickers DE Gameday Inactive Out
Brandon Facyson CB Finger/hamstring Probable
Alec Ingold FB Knee (acl) Out
Josh Jacobs RB Knee Probable
Trayvon Mullen Jr. CB Foot Out
Jackson Barton OT Gameday Inactive Out
Keisean Nixon CB Ankle/foot Out
Nick Bowers TE Neck Out
Kamaal Seymour OT Undisclosed Out
Tyree Gillespie S Hamstring Out
Malcolm Koonce DE Gameday Inactive Out

Bengals Offense Vs. Raiders Defense

Bengals Offense Stats (Rank) Raiders Defense
26.2 (9) Points/Gm 25.6 (26)
0.44 (5) Points/Play 0.38 (20)
361.4 (14) Yards/Gm 360.1 (16)
284.0 (7) Pass Yards/Gm 243.1 (9)
97.1 (24) Rush Yards/Gm 129.1 (27)
6.0 (4) Yards/Play 5.3 (5)
8.8 (1) Yards/Pass 6.6 (5)
3.9 (24) Yards/Rush 4.5 (23)
38.0% (20) 3rd Down % 41.0% (19)
66.7% (7) Red Zone % 75.0% (31)
13 (21) Turnovers 11 (17)
25 (21) Sacks 21 (15)

Raiders Offense Vs. Bengals Defense

Raiders Offense Stats (Rank) Bengals Defense
23.3 (17) Points/Gm 22.6 (11)
0.37 (15) Points/Play 0.35 (11)
383.9 (8) Yards/Gm 361.2 (18)
314.0 (2) Pass Yards/Gm 275.8 (25)
85.0 (28) Rush Yards/Gm 100.9 (8)
6.0 (4) Yards/Play 5.5 (13)
8.1 (6) Yards/Pass 7.1 (10)
3.7 (28) Yards/Rush 4.2 (11)
36.9% (23) 3rd Down % 40.7% (17)
52.9% (26) Red Zone % 56.7% (13)
10 (8) Turnovers 9 (22)
20 (14) Sacks 23 (11)

When The Bengals Have The Ball

  • The Bengals’ red-zone percentage is 66.7% (seventh in the NFL), while the Raiders allow a score on 75.0% of their opponents’ red-zone trips (31st in the league).
  • Cincinnati has the ninth-ranked offense in the NFL, averaging 26.2 points per game. Las Vegas’ defense is 26th, allowing 25.6 points per contest.
  • The Bengals average 0.44 points per play (fifth in the NFL) compared to the 0.38 per play the Raiders allow (20th in the league).
  • Cincinnati is 21st-ranked in the league in sacks conceded (25), and is facing the team ranked 15th in bringing down opposing quarterbacks, Las Vegas (21).

When The Raiders Have The Ball

  • The Raiders average 314.0 passing yards per game, second in the NFL. They’ll face a Bengals pass defense that has struggled, giving up 275.8 per game and ranking 25th.
  • Las Vegas has the 28th-ranked rushing offense in the NFL (85.0 yards per game). It takes on Cincinnati’s eighth-ranked rushing defense, which gives up 100.9 on the ground.
  • The Raiders average 3.7 yards per carry (28th in the league) compared to the 4.2 per attempt the Bengals allow (11th in the NFL).
  • Cincinnati ranks 22nd in the league with nine turnovers forced, while Las Vegas has committed 10 (eighth).
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Bengals Betting Trends And Insights

  • Cincinnati has won four games against the spread this season, while failing to cover five times.
  • The Bengals have covered the spread once when favored by 2 points or more this season (in four opportunities).
  • Cincinnati’s games have hit the over four out of nine times this season.
  • In four games this season, Cincinnati and its opponents have gone over 50.5 combined points.
  • The Bengals have won 50% of the games this season when they were the moneyline favorite (2-2).

Raiders Betting Trends And Insights

  • Las Vegas is 4-5-0 ATS this season.
  • The Raiders have covered the spread three times this year (3-2 ATS) when playing as at least 2-point underdogs.
  • Las Vegas’ games have hit the over five out of nine times this season.
  • Las Vegas has played five games this season that have gone over 50.5 combined points scored.
  • This season, the Raiders have won three out of the five games in which they’ve been the underdog.

Bengals Players To Watch

  • Joe Burrow has thrown for 2,497 yards while completing 68.2% of his passes (195-for-286), with 20 touchdowns and 11 interceptions (277.4 yards per game).
  • Joe Mixon has taken 150 carries for a team-high 636 rushing yards (70.7 per game) and seven touchdowns. He’s also caught 22 passes for 194 yards with two touchdowns through the air.
  • So far this year Samaje Perine has rushed for 159 yards (17.7 per game), with one touchdown.
  • Ja’Marr Chase has 44 catches (on 73 targets) and leads the team with 835 receiving yards (92.8 per game) while hauling in seven touchdowns.
  • Tee Higgins has contributed with 35 receptions (on 57 targets) for 431 yards, scoring two touchdowns.
  • Tyler Boyd is averaging 45.4 yards per game, with 38 catches for 409 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Trey Hendrickson has registered a team-leading 8.5 sacks, while adding 7.0 TFL and 20 tackles.
  • Over his current campaign, Logan Wilson has 78 tackles, 4.0 TFL, 1.0 sack, and four interceptions, and leads the team in both interceptions and tackles.

Raiders Players To Watch

  • Derek Carr has 2,826 passing yards (314.0 per game) and a 67.7% completion percentage, throwing 15 touchdown passes and eight interceptions.
  • Josh Jacobs has run for a team-leading 296 yards on 80 attempts (32.9 yards per game) while scoring five touchdowns. He also averages 16.6 receiving yards per game, grabbing 23 passes for 149 yards.
  • Kenyan Drake has run for 206 yards on 50 carries (22.9 yards per game), with two touchdowns on the ground. He also has 26 catches for 272 yards and one touchdown.
  • This year Darren Waller has 44 catches and leads the team with 494 yards (54.9 per game) while hauling in two touchdowns.
  • Hunter Renfrow has also chipped in with 494 yards on 52 catches and four touchdowns. He has been targeted 69 times and averages 54.9 receiving yards.
  • Bryan Edwards is averaging 48.2 yards per game, with 21 catches for 434 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Yannick Ngakoue has registered a team-leading 6.0 sacks, while adding 4.0 TFL and 17 tackles.
  • Denzel Perryman’s 102 tackles and 2.0 TFL make him the team’s top tackler.
  • Johnathan Abram has intercepted one pass to lead the team while adding 72 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and three passes defended.

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