Buffalo Bills vs Cincinnati Bengals NFL Predictions, 2010 NFL Picks & NFL Odds: The Buffalo Bills host the Cincinnati Bengals Saturday night in the NFL Preseason Picks week 3 game set for 6:30PM. Vegas odds makers have placed the Bengals as a -3(-105) point road NFL predictions favorite. The Bills come into the August 28 NFL predictions matchup against Cincinnati with a 1-1 record in the 2010 NFL preseason, after losing to the Washington Redskins 42-17 and earning a NFL predictions victory at home against the Indianapolis Colts 34-21. Facing 60-1 NFL odds to win the AFC Championship and over/under NFL odds on regular season wins at 5, the Bills have a lot of work to do in 2010. They will face a talented Bengals team with weapons both offensively and defensively. The Buffalo Bills are currently listed with a +3(-115) point NFL spread.
The Bengals have shown a propensity to pass on offense this NFL preseason and even with talented receivers such as Ocho Cinco, TO, and rookie Jordan Shipley, Vegas predictions show that strategy works into the Bills hands. If Buffalo showed it could do one thing in 2009, it was defend the pass and, last week against the Colts, cornerback Terrence McGee had a 78-yard INT return for a pick six. NFL predictions confirm McGee, and his partners Drayton Florence, Leonis McKelvin, and Donte Whitner will have their hands full against Carson Palmer and his gang. The Bills struggled mightily against the run, though, so if they choose, could pound the ball at front seven of the Bills who need much improvement.
2009 preseason NFL predictions indicated that last year, the Bills struggled to find an identity on offense, even with Terrell Owens. Quarterback Trent Edwards seems to have a hold, albeit a shaky one, on the starting QB job against a host of NFL journey men. Last week, he hooked-up with Lee Evans on a 70-yard TD play but NFL odds will prove he’ll have to face the likes of Jonathan Joseph and Leon Hall this week, the Bengals tough cornerbacks. Vegas odds show Bengals, are susceptible against the run and rookie CJ Spiller has provided a spark running from the Wildcat offense, and he’ll get another try this week. You’ll see lots of Spiller and running back Chad Simpson as Fred Jackson is out with a broken hand and Marshawn Lynch is nursing an ankle injury.
Look for big plays “D” from both teams but consider taking the under at 35 in what Vegas odds say will be a snooze fest by the second half.
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