NFL odds, Week 12: Raiders vs. Bengals

Peter Aiken

The Cincinnati Bengals have a good shot at a third consecutive blowout victory as they host the Oakland Raiders this weekend.

The Cincinnati Bengals are favored by 9.5 points over the Oakland Raiders for their Week 12 contest, according to OddsShark.com.

The Bengals ended a four-game losing streak by notching consecutive blowout victories over the New York Giants and Kansas City Chiefs. Bettors seem to like that trend to continue, as the line has moved 3.5 points in Cincinnati's favor since it opened.

Of course, part of that line movement is due to who the Bengals are playing this weekend. The Raiders have suffered three straight losses, being outscored by nearly 20 points per game in the process. After a 55-20 pounding at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens in Week 10, Oakland went out and lost by three touchdowns at home to the New Orleans Saints last week.

The over/under for the game sits at 49. On average, the Raiders and their opponents have surpassed that number, while the Bengals and their foes have come up just short of it.

The Bengals and Raiders are slated for a 1 p.m. ET kickoff on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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