After earning their first playoff win since 1991, the Cincinnati Bengals will travel to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. The Bengals are hot, but the Titans are coming off a bye week and will have Derrick Henry back for the first time since Week 8.
Tennessee isn’t getting much attention for a No. 1 seed, but how does that impact this game’s prop bets? Let’s explore with some of our best Bengals vs Titans prop bets and picks.
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Please note that all NFL Playoffs odds and lines are current as of 5 p.m. ET on Wednesday, January 19.
Bengals vs Titans Prop Bets: NFL Playoffs Prop Betting Picks
Winning Margin: Bengals 1-6 Points (+390) at Caesars
Wager: 0.5 Units
Cincinnati winning this game outright as a road underdog on our NFL gameday odds is a bit of a bold statement, but the value is here.
The Bengals’ receivers match up quite well against the Titans’ cornerbacks and should be able to find open space against Tennessee’s soft secondary. If Cincy’s offensive line can keep the pocket clean for Joe Burrow, he’ll pick apart the Titans’ defense after completing over 74 percent of his passes during the regular season when kept clean.
With Henry, Julio Jones, and A.J. Brown, the Titans will hang around and keep the score close, but ultimately Cincinnati’s superior weapons will win the day, even if this game ends up going down to the wire.
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Joe Burrow: Over 8.5 Rushing Yards (-130) at Caesars
Wager: 1 Unit
While not known for his speed, Burrow has reached double-digit rushing yards in three of his last four games. It’s also worth noting that eight of his 21 designed runs have come since Week 14, as the Bengals appear more comfortable having him run the ball now that he’s over a year removed from his ACL injury.
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Cincinnati’s offensive line is a bit depleted at the moment as well, which will likely force Burrow to scramble at least once. He’s tallied multiple rushing attempts in five straight games now, and even if he only runs once he still has a good chance of hitting the Over on this low prop.
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Ja’Marr Chase: Over 76.5 Receiving Yards (-120) at Caesars
Wager: 1 Unit
Ja’Marr Chase can expect to see all kinds of defensive looks from Tennessee here, but the primary cornerback covering him will be Kristian Fulton, who ranks 40th among all cornerbacks in Pro Football Focus coverage grade with at least 300 coverage snaps.
The Titans are also a team that likes to play man coverage, and Chase is not someone you want to play man coverage against. We’ve seen it time and time again this season — if you leave him one-on-one, he’ll get open and Burrow will find him.
Chase has eclipsed 100 receiving yards in each of Burrow’s last three games, racking up 34 targets during those contests. Look for that trend to continue here as our NFL bet of the day.