Washington vs. Bengals: NFL Betting Preview – November 22, 2020

Posted By Staff on November 17, 2020 - Last Updated on November 23, 2020

The Washington Football Team (2-7) play the Cincinnati Bengals (2-6-1) and are  on Sunday, November 22, 2020. The game has a point total of .

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of November 17, 2020, 1:41 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Betting Information

Total Facts

  • Three of Washington’s games have gone over 46.5 points this season (33.3% of matchups).
  • Five of Cincinnati’s games have gone over 46.5 points this year (55.6% of matchups).
  • The two teams combine to score 42.7 points per game, 3.8 fewer points than this matchup’s point total.
  • Opponents of these two teams score 52 combined points per game, 5.5 more points than this contest’s over/under.
  • Washington’s outings this year have an average total of 44.2, 2.3 fewer points than this game’s over/under.
  • Cincinnati’s outings this season have a 50.4-point average over/under, 3.9 more points than this game’s total.
  • Washington scores the 29th-most points in the league this season, while Cincinnati’s offense puts up the 22nd-most.
  • Cincinnati has surrendered the 24th-fewest points in NFL play this season, while Washington has given up the 14th-fewest.
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Washington Betting Insights

  • Washington has put together a 3-5-1 record against the spread this season.
  • Washington has a losing ATS record of 0-1 when playing as at least 1.5-point favorites.
  • Four of Washington’s nine games this year have gone over the point total.

Bengals Betting Insights

  • Cincinnati has put together a 6-3 record against the spread this season.
  • Cincinnati has an ATS record of 1-0 when playing as at least 1.5-point underdogs.
  • Six Cincinnati’s nine games this year have gone over the point total (66.7% of its outings).

When Washington Has the Ball

  • Washington averages 7.8 fewer points per game (20) than Cincinnati gives up (27.8).
  • Washington is 2-3 against the spread and 2-3 overall a season ago when the team notches at least 20 points.
  • When Cincinnati surrenders no more than 22.7 points, it has a 6-0 record against the spread and a 2-3-1 record overall.
  • Washington averages 323.9 yards per game, 74.3 fewer yards than the 398.2 Cincinnati gives up per matchup. Washington averages 5 yards per play while Cincinnati gives up 6.2 per play.
  • In games that Washington picks up 323.9 or more yards, the team is 2-2-1 against the spread and 1-4 overall.
  • When Cincinnati keeps its opponents to 398.2 yards or less, it has a 2-3 record ATS and a 0-4-1 record overall.
  • Washington rushes for 91.9 yards per game, 41.2 fewer per game than the 133.1 Cincinnati allows per contest.
  • This year, Washington has a 1-2 ATS record and a 1-2 overall record in games the team runs for at least 91.9 yards.
  • This season, Cincinnati is 3-1 against the spread and 1-3 overall when holding opponents to no more than 133.1 yards on the ground.
  • Washington turns the ball over 1.8 times per game, 0.8 more turnovers per game than the one Cincinnati forces on average.
  • Washington is 2-2-1 against the spread and 2-3 overall when it turns the ball over 1.8 or less times.
  • This season, Cincinnati has a 6-1 record against the spread and a 2-4-1 record overall when it forces at least 1 turnover.

When the Bengals Have the Ball

  • Cincinnati scores just 1.5 fewer points per game (22.7) than Washington allows (24.2).
  • Cincinnati is 6-0 against the spread and 2-3-1 overall in games when it puts up at least 22.7 points.
  • Washington has a 2-3 record against the spread and a 2-3 record overall in games when it allows opponents to score 20 points or less.
  • Cincinnati racks up 357.7 yards per game, 37 more yards than the 320.7 Washington allows per matchup. Cincinnati averages 5 yards per play while Washington gives up 5.2 per play.
  • Washington has a 3-1 record ATS and a 2-2 record overall when holding its opponents to 320.7 yards or less.
  • This season, Cincinnati runs for 20.6 fewer yards per game (105.4) than Washington allows per outing (126).
  • This year, Cincinnati has a 2-2 ATS record and a 2-2 overall record in games the team runs for at least 105.4 yards.
  • When Washington limits its opponents to 126 rushing yards or less, it is 2-1 against the spread and 2-1 overall.
  • Cincinnati turns the ball over 1.3 times per game, 0.3 more turnovers per game than the one Washington forces on average.
  • Cincinnati is 5-0 against the spread and 2-2-1 overall when it turns the ball over 1.3 or fewer times.
  • When it forces 1 or more turnover, Washington has a 3-2-1 record against the spread and a 2-4 record overall.

Washington Players to Watch

  • Antonio Gibson has rushed for 436 yards on 103 attempts (48.4 yards per game) while scoring seven touchdowns. He also averages 22.4 receiving yards per game, grabbing 26 passes for 202 yards.
  • This season, J.D. McKissic has run for 174 yards on 43 carries (19.3 ypg) with one rushing touchdown. McKissic also helps out in the passing game, catching 41 passes to lead the team with 291 (32.3 ypg).
  • This season, Terry McLaurin has 57 catches (86 targets) for 787 yards (87.4 per game) and three touchdowns.
  • Logan Thomas has also tacked on 302 yards on 28 catches with three touchdowns. He has been targeted 52 times and puts up 33.6 receiving yards per game.
  • Montez Sweat has notched a team-leading five sacks, while adding six TFL and 23 tackles over nine games.
  • So far this year, Jon Bostic has racked up 67 tackles, three TFL, and two sacks.
  • Jordan Fuller has a team-high four interceptions and has tacked on 22 tackles and five passes defended.

Bengals Players to Watch

  • This year, Joe Burrow has racked up 2,485 passing yards (276.1 yards per game) while going 242-for-370 (65.4% completion percentage) and throwing 12 touchdowns and five interceptions. He has tacked on 130 rushing yards on 35 carries with three touchdowns, averaging 14.4 yards per game.
  • Giovanni Bernard has taken 48 attempts for 173 rushing yards (19.2 yards per game) and two touchdown. He’s also caught 28 passes for 207 yards (23.0 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns through the air.
  • Tyler Boyd has been targeted 76 times and has 60 catches to lead the team with 625 yards (69.4 ypg) with three touchdowns.
  • Tee Higgins’ statline this year shows 40 catches for 603 yards and four touchdowns. He puts up 67 receiving yards per game and has been targeted 61 times.
  • A.J. Green has caught 31 passes on 68 targets for 316 yards, averaging 35.1 yards per game.
  • Carl Lawson has notched a team-leading 3.5 sacks, while adding two TFL and 22 tackles over nine games.
  • So far this year, Jessie Bates has 65 tackles, three TFL, and two interceptions.

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