NFL odds and lines Week 11: Bengals vs. Chiefs

John Grieshop

The Bengals are on the up-and-up after defeating the Giants last weekend. They hope to carry their success on the road with them to Kansas City, where they'll be favored to beat the 1-8 Chiefs by more than a field goal.

The Cincinnati Bengals are 3½-point road favorites over the Kansas City Chiefs heading into the game between the two teams on Sunday, according to OddsShark.com.

Both teams turned in surprising performances in Week 10. The Bengals handed the defending Super Bowl-champion New York Giants a 31-13 defeat on Sunday, and the Chiefs held a lead in regulation for the first time this season before falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime, 16-13.

The over/under for the game is set at 43½. On average, both teams' games generally end up with a total score eclipsing that number. The Bengals and their opponents have combined to score 50.1 points per game, while the Chiefs and their foes average 44.6 points per contest. It is worth noting that the Chiefs have been outscored by more than 12 points per game in those contests.

Cincinnati and Kansas City are slated to kick off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon. The game will be televised on CBS.

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