2022 NFL Playoffs odds, pick, line, spread: Bengals vs Titans predictions, best bets from expert who’s 22-11


The Cincinnati Bengals are looking for an even bigger reason to celebrate on Saturday when they visit the Tennessee Titans in the 2022 NFL Playoffs. The Bengals (11-7) seek their first spot in the AFC Championship Game since 1988 after claiming their first playoff victory in 31 years last Saturday. They earned a draw against the Raiders, while the AFC South champions Titans (12-5) had a week off. Tennessee arrives in better health, with star running back Derrick Henry expected to return from a foot injury after missing more than half the season.

Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET. The Titans are four-point favorites in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Bengals vs. Titans odds, and the plus-minus for total runs scored is 48.5. Before you consider the Titans’ picks vs. the Bengals or the 2022 NFL playoff predictions, make sure you See what SportsLine NFL expert Larry Hartstein has to say.

A former editor of Covers and The Linemakers, Hartstein combines an extensive network of Vegas sources with an analytical approach he honed while working for Pro Football Focus. This season he is on fire. Hartstein is 70-46-1 with his last 117 teams, for a profit of more than $1,800.

Additionally, Hartstein has gone an incredible 22-11-1 on his last 34 picks involving Tennessee, netting over $1,000 for $100 bettors. Everyone who followed him is upstairs.

Now White has set his sights on Bengals vs. Titans and just revealed his expert picks and predictions. You can head over to SportsLine now to see his picks. Now here are several NFL odds and Division Round Betting Lines for Titans vs. Bengals:

  • Titans vs. Bengals Spread: Tennessee -4
  • Titans vs. Bengals over-under: 48.5 points
  • Money line Titans vs. Bengals: Cincinnati +175, Tennessee -210
  • CIN: Bengals are 12-7 against the spread as road underdogs under Zac Taylor (since 2019)
  • TEN: Titans are 9-11-1 ATS as home favorites under Mike Vrabel (since 2018)

Featured Game | Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Why Titans Can Cover

Tennessee is 6-3 ATS at home, and an offense featuring Henry, AJ Brown and Julio Jones can be as dangerous as any in the NFL. The Bengals have been tough against the run, but they have major issues on the defensive line, notably missing Larry Ogunjobi. Cincinnati allowed 6.7 yards per carry against the Chiefs in Week 17 and 7.4 yards per carry against the Raiders, both NFL season highs.

The Titans have eight straight wins against teams with winning records this season, the most in league history. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill can make big plays when receivers AJ Brown and Julio Jones are healthy. They teamed for 94 catches for 1,303 yards despite missing 11 games combined. Bengals QB Joe Burrow has been sacked an NFL-high 53 times, so Harold Landry (12 sacks), Denico Autry (nine) and Jeffery Simmons (8.5) will be making a point of pushing.

Why the Bengals can cover

Cincinnati beat the Titans 31-20 last season as a seven-point home underdog, and the underdog is 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings. Burrow threw for 249 yards and two touchdowns in that game, and this year he has star rookie receiver Ja’Marr Chase. He was fourth in the NFL with 1,455 yards and added 116 yards last week. Burrow led the league in yards per attempt (8.7) and threw for 4,611 yards and 34 touchdowns.

The Titans rank 25th against the pass, giving up 245.2 yards per game. Tight end CJ Uzomah and running back Joe Mixon contributed 81 receptions for the Bengals, and Mixon donated the balance for the unit. He rushed for 1,205 yards (third in the NFL). The Bengals are 6-2 ATS on the outside, and the defense will try to push Tannehill into mistakes.

How to make NFL Playoffs or Bengals vs Titans picks

Hartstein broke down the Titans vs. Bengals game from all sides and looks at the point total. He also discovered a critical X-factor that causes him to jump to one side of the spread. He’s just sharing what it is and which side of the Titans vs. Bengals has spread to SportsLine.

So who wins the Bengals against the Titans in Saturday’s 2022 NFL Playoff Divisional Round game? And what critical X-factor makes one side of the spread unavoidable? Visit SportsLine now to see Larry Hartstein’s Bengals vs. Titans picks and analysis, all from the NFL pundit who is 22-11 on picks involving Tennessee.and find out.

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