Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting preview, including odds and predictions for this game that is set to take place on Sunday, October 8, 2023.
Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting Odds
These are the Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting odds:
- Cincinnati Bengals -3
- Arizona Cardinals +3
- Total: 44.5
Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting Predictions
Here are the Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting predictions.
Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting Prediction: Cincinnati
Here is the Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting prediction for Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati Bengals come into this game with a record of 1-3. The last time the Bengals played football, they played against the Titans and lost by a score of 27-3. Joe Burrow passed 20 of 30 times for 165 yards. He had an 80.6 quarterback rating and didn’t throw any errors. Ja’Marr Chase caught 7 passes for a total of 73 yards, which is an average of 10.4 yards per catch.
The Bengals’ best runner was Joe Mixon, who had 14 runs for 67 yards (4.8 yards per carry). They had 51 plays that day, which added up to 211 yards. In the end, the Cincinnati Bengals ran the ball 18 times for a total of 72 yards, or an average of 4.0 yards per run. On 33 tries to run the ball, the Bengals gave up 173 yards, which is 5.2 yards per run. Cincinnati let 19 passes go through the end zone out of 26 tries, for a total of 227 yards and a completion rate of 73.1%.
The Cincinnati Bengals score 12.3 points per game when it comes to getting the ball into the end zone. This team is 31st in the NFL when it comes to running the ball, with an average of 70 yards per carry. So far this season, the Bengals have a total of 944 yards.
On offense, Cincinnati has 36 first downs, and they have been penalized 21 times for 139 yards. They have given up the ball three times, twice by being picked off and once by fumbling. Cincinnati has scored 2 touchdowns through the air and 1 touchdown by running the ball.
When it comes to letting the other team score, the Bengals are 18th in the league, giving up 23.5 points per game. This season, they are giving up an average of 5.1 yards per running attempt and 157.0 yards per game. So far this season, they have given up 628 yards on the ground.
The Bengals have given up 829 yards through the air, which puts them in 14th place in the NFL. They have given up 207.3 yards per game through the air and 63.6% of passes that were completed. They are giving up 364.3 yards per game this season, which puts them 24th in football.
Bengals Betting Insights
- This season, Cincinnati has yet to cover the spread
- When favored by three points or more, the Bengals have yet to cover the spread this season
- In four chances, Cincinnati’s games have hit the over one time this season (25%)
- In games where they were given a moneyline advantage, Cincinnati has gone 1-3, winning 25% of those contests
- Only one game this season has seen the Bengals as a moneyline favorite of -166 or less, and that game ended in a loss
Cincinnati’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||166 (664)||29|
|Rush yards||70 (280)||31|
|Points scored||12.3 (49)||31|
|Pass yards against||207.3 (829)||14|
|Rush yards against||157 (628)||31|
|Points allowed||23.5 (94)||18|
Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting: Arizona
Now we have the Bengals at Cardinals Week 5 Betting prediction for Arizona.
The Cardinals have a record of 1-3 so far this season. The Cardinals’ last game was against the 49ers, and they lost by a score of 35-16. Joshua Dobbs had 265 yards and a QB rating of 102.2 at the end of the game. He had two touchdowns and scored on 28 of 41 passes.
He didn’t throw the ball to the defenders, so they didn’t get it back. His Y/A was 6.5 yards. James Conner carried the ball 11 times for a total of 52 yards, giving Arizona a final average of 4.7 yards per run. Marquise Brown was the Cardinals’ best receiver. He caught 7 passes for 96 yards (13.7 yards per catch), which was the most of any player.
Arizona ran the ball for an average of 4.2 yards per run, which added up to 105 yards over the course of the game. The Cardinals ran 67 plays for a total of 362 yards (5.4 yards per play) and won the game. The Cardinals’ secondary defense let 20 of 21 passes go for 271 yards and a 95.2% completion rate. Arizona let 31 people run the ball for a total of 124 yards (4.0 yards per run).
The Arizona Cardinals average 337.8 yards per game, which makes them the 12th best team in the NFL. On average, they run for 143.5 yards per game, and they have run for 574 yards all together. They have thrown no interceptions and given up two fumbles.
They have 41 first downs. The Arizona offense has made 34 mistakes that have cost them 303 penalty yards. This helps the other team more than any other team in the NFL. So far this season, the Cardinals have passed for a total of 777 yards. On average, they pass for 194.3 yards per game, which puts them in 22nd place in the NFL.
With an average of 22.0 points per game, the Cardinals are 18th in the league in terms of how many points they score.
They have given up 5 scores and 242.5 yards per game through the air, which puts them 24th in the league. This season, Arizona has given up a total of 528 yards on the ground (132 yards per game) and 7 scores on the ground.
This year, they’ve given up a total of 102 points. Their defense has forced two mistakes and picked off three passes so far this season.
The Cardinals’ defense has been out on the field for 260 plays, which puts them in 22nd place in the NFL. The Cardinals give up an average of 25.5 points per game, making them the 25th-worst team in the league.
Cardinals Betting Insights
- Arizona has a 3-1-0 record this year against the spread
- When the Cardinals are favored by three points or more this season, they are 3-1 ATS
- Arizona has hit the over in three of four games (or 75%) so far in 2023
- Arizona has only played four games this season and won one of them
- When entering a game as the underdog by +140 or more on the moneyline, the Cardinals are 1-3 this season
Arizona’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||194.3 (777)||22|
|Rush yards||143.5 (574)||6|
|Points scored||22 (88)||18|
|Pass yards against||242.5 (970)||24|
|Rush yards against||132 (528)||24|
|Points allowed||25.5 (102)||25|
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