BetMGM has updated Cincinnati Bengals odds, including spreads, moneylines, over/under totals, futures, parlays, and prop bets.
- Visit the NFL lines page.
- Find odds for the Bengals in a futures market (e.g., AFC Championship winner) or game market (e.g., Bengals vs. the Browns).
- Add a bet to your Bet Slip.
- Add a Stake to see the potential payout.
- Place your bet!
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Cincinnati Bengals Futures Odds
Will the Bengals win the AFC North? How many wins will they have in the regular season? Will Joe Burrow hit the over on his regular-season passing yardage total?
For example: If you bet $50 on the Giants (+125) to win the AFC North, the bet would settle when the Bengals or another team clinched the division.
At +125 odds, a winning bet would pay $112.50 (including stake).
Cincinnati Bengals Spread
If you bet on the spread, you’re betting on the final margin of the Bengals game.
For example: If you bet $100 on the Giants -4.5 (-110) against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati must win the game by at least five points.
At -110 odds, a winning bet would pay $190.91 (including stake).
Alternatively, if you bet $100 on the Bengals +2.5 (-110) against the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati must lose by two or fewer points (or win the game).
BetMGM also offers alternate spreads, aka alt spreads, for all NFL games. Instead of betting the Bengals -4.5 (-110), you could bet the Giants -9.5 (+300), a bet with a higher potential payout ($400 on a $100 bet) than the regular spread.
If the scoring margin is identical to the spread (e.g., -1 or +5), the bet is a push, and your money is refunded.
Cincinnati Bengals Moneyline
Will the Bengals win the game? The margin of victory is irrelevant in moneyline betting.
For example: If you bet $100 on the Bengals -175 against the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati must win the game. The potential payout is $157.14 (including stake).
If the game ends in a tie, the bet is a push.
Cincinnati Bengals Over/Under Total
How many combined points will be scored by both teams? The outcome of the game — both the scoring margin and winner of the game — is irrelevant.
For example: If you bet $20 on over 45.5 (-110) in the Bengals’ game against the Baltimore Ravens, the teams must combine for at least 46 points. The potential payout is $38.18 (including stake).
Alternatively, if you bet $20 on under 45.5 (-110), the teams must combine for 45 or fewer points.
BetMGM also offers alternate over/under totals for all NFL games. Instead of betting over 45.5 (-110), you could bet over 47.5 (+140), a wager with a higher potential payout ($48 on a $20 bet) than the regular total.
If the combined point total is identical to the over/under total, the bet is a push.
Cincinnati Bengals Parlays
You can combine Bengals bets and other NFL bets into one parlay for more entertainment and a bigger potential payout.
For example: If you bet $10 on a three-leg parlay with the Bengals moneyline (-200 vs. the Chicago Bears), Ravens’ moneyline (+120 vs. the Steelers), and over 40.5 (-110) in the Green Bay Packers-Las Vegas Raiders game, the potential payout is $53 (including stake).
If one bet is a push, it’s eliminated from the parlay, and odds (and payout) are recalculated without that leg. You can also Cash Out early on a parlay bet (if available).
You can also build multi-sport parlays with odds from NFL games, MLB games, and more. And BetMGM offers sports betting promotions for parlays.
Cincinnati Bengals Prop Bets
How many receiving yards will Ja’Marr Chase have in the game? Will Tee Higgins have at least one receiving touchdown ? Will Evan McPherson kick a field goal of at least 50 yards?
BetMGM offers dozens of prop bets for each NFL game, including player prop bets for yardage totals, touchdowns, field goals, and more.
For example: If you bet $100 on Chase to go over 85.5 receiving yards (-110), the potential payout is $190.91 if he has at least 86 yards.
You can also combine prop bets into parlays.
Read More: Learn How To Read NFL Odds