ATS Stats provides a preview and prediction on the game between the Cincinnati Bengals vs. Seattle Seahawks for Sunday, September 8th, 2019.
On paper this is one of the most lopsided games of the first week. Only time will tell, but Vegas also agree setting the biggest point spread of the young season thus far. The Bengals have been decimated by injuries and loss this off-season, and will now turn to Joe Mixon to keep the game close. The Seahawks boast a softer offense with fewer playmakers, but still have Russell Wilson. The defense is a huge x-factor, but home field advantage should off-set the unknowns against the Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Seattle Seahawks Preview & Prediction
Game Preview: Cincinnati Bengals at Seattle Seahawks (Seattle -9.5)
Game Time & Date: Sunday September 8th, 2019 – Kick-off: 1:00 PM
The Seattle Seahawks, have the dominant passing, receiving and running play as well as an edge on the defensive side of the ball. It should take about ½ a quarter for the Bengals to look like they want no part of being 2,232 miles away from home. This is going to be a long visit. Seattle 34 Cincinnati 3
CINCINNATI BENGALS 9.5 ( 369 ) Vs. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS -9.5 ( -479 ) Vs. CINCINNATI BENGALS
Vs. Date: 2019-09-08 Time: 16:05:00
Forecast (O/U 46.5 )
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? (CFL, CFB and NFL)
C.O.C. = (Chances of Covering) – The ‘C.O.C.’ percentage is based on a teams win/lost record from a ‘Point Spread’ perspective and not their ‘straight up’ (SU) record, using the teams short and long-term win/lost record. After we process it through our ‘math predictor’, we then provide a ‘CHANCES OF COVERING’ percentage for that team in their next game, which let’s you know if there’s any value on betting that team. C.O.G.O. = (Chances Game Going OVER) – The ‘C.O.G.O.’ percentage is based on both teams OVER/UNDER record, using both teams short and long-term OVER/UNDER records. After we process it through our ‘math predictor’, we then provide a ‘CHANCES OF COVERING’ percentage for that game, which let’s you know if there’s any value on the OVER in that game.
*Note: If there’s a 60% chance of the game going OVER, that means, there’s a 40% chance of the game going UNDER. MSV = (Market Spread Value) – The MSV is our researched and calculated line compared to the bookmaker’s line. When calculating the MSV, we look for the margin of error between the bookmaker’s line, the final result of a game and then produce the value of what the line should be in the next game for both teams.VI = (Value Index) – The Value Index is the current psychology of the betting public, based on a teams 3-game cycle.
BULLISH = Team is either (3-0) in their last 3 games.
NEUTRAL = Team is either (1-2 or 2-3) in their last 3 games.
BEARISH = Team is either (0-3) in their last 3 games.
L.O.A. = (Law of Average) – The “Law of Average” edge is based on the 50/50 theory. Play on a team that lost against the spread (ATS) or straight up (SU) in their last game, vs. a team that won against the spread (ATS) or straight up (SU) in their last game.
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