NFL Picks: Week 4 Bengals vs Titans


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The upcoming clash between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium promises to be an intriguing matchup in NFL action. Both teams have had their share of ups and downs this season, making this game difficult to predict.




Spread: Bengals -2.5 (-110), Titans +2.5 (-110) 

Moneyline: Bengals -134, Titans +110

Spread: O 41(-110) , U 41 (-110) 


nfl match bengals vs titansWhich Bengals Will We Get? 

The Bengals began the season with a challenging schedule, facing off against division rivals, the Browns and Ravens. Unfortunately, they couldn’t secure victories in those matchups, suffering losses of 24-3 and 27-24, respectively. 

However, their fortunes changed when they squared off against the Rams on Monday night. In a hard-fought defensive battle, the Bengals managed to eke out a three-point win, marking their first victory of the season. Notably, their defense was instrumental in this triumph, holding the Rams to just 292 total yards (221 passing), 15 first downs, and a dismal 1-of-11 on third-down conversions. On the flip side, the Bengals’ offense didn’t shine, mustering only 309 total yards (242 passing) with a modest 4.2 yards per play and a 5-of-17 conversion rate on third downs.

Despite their recent success, the Bengals have had their share of struggles in October road games against AFC opponents. They have also displayed a knack for covering the spread in their last six road games against AFC South opponents. Interestingly, they’ve often managed to score the first touchdown in their recent games as favorites, suggesting they could make an early impact in this matchup.


Will the Titans live up to their Talent? 

On the other side of the field, the Titans have experienced a mixed bag of results this season. They opened their campaign with a narrow 16-15 loss to the Saints after leading 9-6 at halftime. In Week 2, they showcased resilience by securing a hard-fought 27-24 win against the Chargers in overtime. However, their most recent outing was nothing short of disastrous, as they suffered a lopsided 27-3 loss to the Browns. In this game, their offense struggled mightily, managing a paltry 94 total yards (68 passing), averaging just 2.1 yards per play, and converting on only 2-of-12 third-down attempts.

Despite the inconsistent start to their season, the Titans have a history of performing well in October, having won each of their last eight games during this month. However, they’ve failed to cover the spread in their past nine home games against AFC North opponents. Additionally, following a loss, they have lost the first half in each of their last five games at Nissan Stadium.

In terms of scoring the first touchdown, the Titans have been particularly effective as home underdogs against AFC opponents, accomplishing this feat in seven of their last eight such matchups. The underdogs have also been successful in winning the first quarter in four of the Titans’ last five Week 4 games.



While the Bengals showcased their defensive prowess against the Rams, they’ll need their offense to step up. The Titans, on the other hand, are looking to bounce back from a dismal offensive display. While it’s reasonable to expect Tennessee to improve over time, it remains uncertain if they can cover the spread in this game. 

As for the Bengals, their recent win has undoubtedly boosted their confidence, but their offensive struggles make it a cautious choice to lean towards them. Given the unpredictability of this matchup, it might be wise to monitor Joe Burrow’s situation. If he is good to go, take the Bengals to cover the -2.5 spread on BUSR NFL Odds.