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NFL Odds: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals point spread

NFL Odds: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals point spread The Week 2 NFL football will close with the Monday Night Football game Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals and we have the latest odds and point spread on the MNF matchup. With both teams facing off tonight in the Week 2 NFL closer coming out on the filed with a loss, it's a must win game for both and should make for an interesting game for the fans of football. The percentage of the teams which have started the season 0-2 and then gone to the playoffs is so miniscule, that the Monday night football game is likely to decide the future of both the Steelers and Bengals. The Steelers lost their season opener against the Titans, while Bengals lost 24-21 vs. the Bears in Week 1. You can find more stats information below, after the odds and spread numbers.

 Getting to the meat and potatoes, let's see how the odds makers are viewing the Monday Night Football game Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Starting with the odds to win the game outright, the Bengals with home advantage are the better team in the eyes of Bookmaker, where Cincinnati is holding -260 odds to win the game and the Steelers will come out at Paul Brown Stadium +215 odds underdog. Shopping the odds at Bovada Sports will get you the Steelers at +220, while the Bengals are also -260 at this sportsbook, as well. The Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals point spread is currently at -6 points chalk the Bengals at Bookmaker and -7 point favorite at Bovada. The total expected by the bookmakers is at 41 points.

 For what they are worth this early into the NFL season, statistics show that Pittsburgh has covered the point spread just once out of their last 5 games, but at the same time Cincinnati is 1-5 against the spread in its last 6 games when playing Pittsburgh. Also keep in mind that the total has gone OVER in 4 of Cincinnati's last 5 games when playing at home against Pittsburgh. As far as injuries are concerned for tonight's game, the Steelers have listed corner Cortez Allen, RB Le'Veon Bell and tight end  Heath Miller out for Week 2 with injuries, while CB Curtis Brown is doubtful for the game at Cincinnati. The Bengals on the other side have Brandon Ghee and Mike Pollak as out for the Steelers game with safety Jeromy Miles remaining doubtful. 

 Published on 09/16/2013

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