How to watch Bengals vs Colts

The Bengals were basically shut down at the Baltimore Ravens 27-3 in Week 6, ending a short-lived one-game win streak. The offense was held to 205 total yards, 70 on the ground and 135 in the air.

QB Joe Burrow threw for just 183 yards, was intercepted once, lost a fumble and was sacked seven times. The defense did hold Ravens QB Lamar Jackson to 180 passing yards and 3 rushing yards, but it allowed 17 points on Baltimore’s first three possessions.

The Colts had a three-game win streak snapped with a 32-23 loss at the Cleveland Browns Sunday. Indy’s defense, which ranks first in the league in passing yards allowed (179.6 YPG), yielded 228 passing yards in the first half as Cleveland built a 20-10 lead. Just 2:45 into the third quarter, a Browns 47-yard interception return for a score increased the lead to 27-10, but KR Isaiah Rodgers returned the ensuing kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown – the longest play in the NFL this season, so far. However, the Colts could only get within six points (29-23) with 2:50 to go. QB Philip Rivers finished with 243 passing yards, no touchdowns and two picks in the defeat.

The Cincinnati Bengals (1-3-1) visit the Indianapolis Colts (3-2) Sunday for a Week 6 contest at Lucas Oil Stadium at 1 p.m. ET. Below, we take a look at the early Week 6 betting odds and lines at BetMGM Sportsbook. The Bengals were basically shut down at the Baltimore Ravens 27-3 in Week 6, ending a short-lived one-game win streak. The offense was held to 205 total yards,

he Cincinnati Bengals and rookie quarterback Joe Burrow head to Indianapolis in Week 6 to take on the Colts and their stingy defense. Burrow was humbled by the Ravens in Week 5 where he had multiple turnovers and managed just three points
Indianapolis is 0% more densely populated than Cincinnati. – People are 31.7% more likely to be married in Indianapolis. – The Median Age is 1.7 years older in Indianapolis.

Cincinnati Bengals vs Indianapolis Colts. The NFL’s pick to win the game is the Cincinnati Bengals. It’s true that the Bengals are losing more than winning but they aren’t pushovers when they lose. The Bengals did have a horrific game against the Ravens but their last 2 losses were close.

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