The NFL season is several months away, but Ohio sports bettors can still take in Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl odds. Time will tell whether bettors will actually be able to wager on the NFL in Ohio prior to Week 1. Sports betting in the Buckeye State is legal, and it continues to progress toward its launch.
Ohio law dictates that legal sports betting launches before Jan. 1, 2023. When it does, residents will have plenty of sportsbooks and attractive sign-up bonuses to sort through. It will behoove Ohio to make sure legal sports betting is available by the kickoff of the 2022 NFL season. Regardless of whether Ohioans are placing bets in September or later in the season, Bengals wagers will be popular.
Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl Odds
Considering the Bengals’ recent trip and respectable showing in last season’s Super Bowl, their odds are relatively long. Compared to DraftKings Ohio and BetMGM Ohio, FanDuel Ohio is the most bearish on the Bengals winning the Super Bowl.
The relative length of their odds leads bettors to consider the weight they’re applying to the so-called “Super Bowl hangover.” The narrative is more colorful than insightful. Cincinnati will retain key members from last year’s Super Bowl contender while bolstering key areas, including the offensive line and defense.
|Bengals Betting Odds||FanDuel||BetMGM||DraftKings|
|Win Super Bowl||+2200||+2000||+2000|
|Win AFC Championship||+1300||+1100||+1100|
|Win AFC North||+200||+200||+190|
|Make Playoffs||Yes (-116)|
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Sportsbooks are listing the Bengals’ season win total at 9.5 or 10 for next season. They finished with 10 victories in 2021, and their offseason reinforcements strengthen some of last season’s weak spots.
The Bengals will expect to field a quality defense in 2022, but it’s a high-flying offense on which they’ll lean.
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Bettors can find quarterback Joe Burrow MVP odds settling at +1200 at popular sportsbooks. He enjoyed significant strides in several traditional and advanced metrics in spite of being sacked 51 times — 70 if you include the postseason. A bolstered offensive line will afford him more time to target his dynamic receiver duo.
Tee Higgins is no slouch, but Ja’Marr Chase injected himself into the “best receiver in the NFL” discussion last season. He’s +1200 to lead the league in receiving — a feat that will be within his grasp considering his gaudy rookie-season production. Don’t be surprised if Chase challenges for the league lead in targets while maintaining dominant levels of efficiency.