AFC North: NFL Week 14 (Sun, 1:00pm)

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    CLE @ CIN1:00pmCIN -5.5 (-112)46 (-110)CIN -5.5 (-112)
    O46 (-110)
    BAL @ PIT1:00pmPIT -1.5 (-110)36.5 (-110)PIT -1.5 (-110)
    U36.5 (-110)

    Cleveland Browns (5-7) @ Cincinnati Bengals (8-4)
    Key Injury Watch
    CLE- QUESTIONABLE: (WR) Amari Cooper
    CIN- OUT: (TE) Hayden Hurst

    The Bengals host the Browns on Sunday with hopes of adding on to a 4-game winning streak. On the other hand, the Brown are looking to add to a their 5-game winning streak against their main AFC North rival. Granted, in the second matchup last season the Bengals benched their starters because they had already won the division, but whatever.

    The Bengals seem to have gotten over their O-line woes, at least for now. They walked away with another nail-biting win over the Chiefs last week and pulled off an impressive victory over the Titans a week earlier. Cincinnati will be down a very reliable TE this week with Hayden Hurst out with a calf injury. But I don’t think their offense will skip a beat with Joe Mixon back from concussion protocol and a healthy rest of the receiving corps.

    The Browns are coming off an unimpressive win against the NFL’s worst team, the Texans. Cleveland managed to score 27 points without seeing the end zone. They are going to have to do much more this weekend if they want to earn the title of Ohio’s best football team. I expect Joey B sets the pace early like he did last week, the Bengals defense doesn’t allow any big plays from Deshaun Watson, and the Browns lag behind kicking field goals all afternoon. Also, peep the Samaje Perine prop below… he earned his keep last week against the Chiefs, so I expect him to continue taking more snaps even with Mixon back.

    PICKS: CIN -5.5 & o46

    Bonus Props
    Deshaun Watson (CLE) – Under 224.5 Passing Yards (-115)
    Joe Burrow (CIN) – Over 275.5 Passing Yards (-115)
    Samaje Perine (CIN) Over 19.5 Rushing Yards (-110)

    Baltimore Ravens (8-4) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (5-7)
    Key Injury Watch
    BAL- OUT: (QB) Lamar Jackson

    Game Preview:
    Baltimore will be playing with backup QB Tyler Huntley in Lamar’s absence. Huntley is a decent placeholder while Lamar regroups after spraining his PCL last week, but I don’t see him extending the Raven’s record in an abusive environment like Pittsburgh. Huntley threw for 187 yards with 1 INT and 0 TDs, and I don’t see him doing a better job than Kenny Pickett at home on Sunday.

    The difference maker will be Pittsburgh’s defense. Last week they held Atlanta to 306 total yards, while getting a sack and an interception. Look for them to step it up again this week and keep the Steelers’ offense on the field. And look for a lot of field goals at both ends.

    PICKS: PIT -1.5 & u36.5

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