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The Green Bay Packers will be going for their fourth consecutive win when they face the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday afternoon. The Packers are coming off a 27-17 win over Pittsburgh as six-point favorites. The Bengals are coming off a 24-21 win over Jacksonville as 7.5-point favorites.
Green Bay and Cincinnati split their last six meetings.
Packers Going For Second Consecutive Road Win
The Packers have played well since their season-opening loss to New Orleans, winning their last three games. They will try to keep the momentum going with a win over the Bengals, which will give them their fourth win in a row and second straight road win.
Green Bay is averaging 23.8 points per game. They are averaging 225.5 passing yards and 92.5 rushing yards per game.
Aaron Rodgers completed 20 of 36 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns in the win over Pittsburgh. AJ Dillon had 15 carries for 81 yards, while Randall Cobb had five catches for 69 yards and two touchdowns.
Green Bay hasn’t played well defensively, giving up 25 points per game. They gave up 17 points in their last game and will need to keep it up if they want to win this game.
Bengals Going For Third Consecutive Win
The Bengals bounced back from their loss to Chicago by winning their last two games. They will try to make it three wins in a row when they face the Packers, which will give them a share of the AFC North lead.
Cincinnati is averaging 23 points per game. They are averaging 227.5 passing yards and 98 rushing yards per game.
Joe Burrow completed 25 of 32 passes for 348 yards and two touchdowns in the win over the Jaguars. Joe Mixon had 16 carries for 67 yards and one touchdown, while Tyler Boyd had nine catches for 118 yards.
Cincinnati has played well defensively, giving up 18.8 points per game. They gave up 21 points in their last game and will need to play better if they want to get the win.
5-2 ATS in their last 7 home games.
5-2 ATS in their last 7 games as a home underdog.
- Green Bay is:
- 3-7 ATS in their last 10 road games vs. a team with a winning home record