Cincinnati Bengals 2022 Super Bowl 56 odds
The Cincinnati Bengals have nowhere to go but up after winning a combined six games over the last two seasons. Franchise QB Joe Burrow is expected back strong after missing the final six games of his 2020 rookie season due to ACL and MCL tears in his left knee. Below, we look at the Cincinnati Bengals' 2022 Super Bowl 56 odds, with NFL futures picks and predictions.
Cincinnati is coming off a 4-11-1 season and third straight fourth-place finish in the AFC North. The division is once again expected to be tightly contested in 2021, but the Bengals seems to be on the right trajectory behind Burrow, RB Joe Mixon and 2021 first-round pick WR Ja'Marr Chase.
Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl 56 odds and 2021 NFL futures
Odds to win Super Bowl 56: +10000 (bet $100 to win $10,000)
Odds to win AFC: +5000 (bet $100 to win $5,000)
Odds to win AFC North: +2500 (bet $100 to win $2,500)
Win total: 6.5 (Over: -110| Under: -110)
Will the Bengals make the playoffs? Yes: +400 | No: -550
Bengals' offseason recap
Cincy will have a new look this season with long-time familiar faces WR A.J. Green, DT Geno Atkins and RB Giovani Bernard parting ways with the franchise in the offseason.
The Bengals, though, are gaining plenty in return with the selection of the draft's top-rated wide receiver and Burrow's LSU teammate Chase, more protection for Burrow in free agent OT Reilly Reiff and second-round G Jackson Carman, free-agent DB additions Ricardo Allen, Eli Apple, Chidobe Awuzie and Mike Hilton.
A full return to health for Mixon also would be a big boost for an offense that ranked 29th in scoring (19.4 points per game) and total yards (319.8 per outing) a season ago.
Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl 56 and 2021 NFL futures picks
Only the Houston Texans (4.5), Detroit Lions (5) and New York Jets (6) have opened with lower posted win totals than the Bengals' 6.5, but avoid the temptation of automatically pounding the Over.
Cincy's schedule is daunting for a fourth-place team given the rugged AFC North, out-of-division contests against the AFC West and NFC North and a 17th game against the should-be much-improved (and healthier) San Francisco 49ers.
On the flip side, those looking for reasonable risks on long-shot odds can certainly consider sprinkling a little on the Bengals winning the division (+2500) and/or making the playoffs (+400) with the handsome potential returns.
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