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BETFTW! On Site Super Bowl 56 Cincinnati Bengals

On Site previews the Cincinnati Bengals

ON SITE: SUPER BOWL 56 CINCINATTI BENGALS BREAKDOWN

In order for the Bengals to beat the Rams in the Super Bowl, it's going to come down to how their offensive line can deal with Aaron Donald. The Rams recorded 50 sacks during the regular season and the Bengals allowed the most sacks in the league.

Bengals beat reporter Kelsey Conways explains why you shouldn't sleep on the underdogs. If the Bengals can protect Joe Burrow, they have a good chance to win this game and expose the Rams secondary, with Tee Higgins, Tyler Boyd, and Ja'Marr Chase. Overall, protecting Joe Burrow is the key to success for Cincinnati. Can the Bengals prove doubters wrong yet again?

The Bengals need to utilize Joe Mixon from the start and get him involved early. Mixon had over 80 rushing yards against the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game and need him to have a great game.

The X-Factor in this game will be Joe Mixon. Burrow was not lights out against Kansas City, but delivered when he needed to and won the game. Cincinnati are the underdogs in the Super Bowl against the Rams.

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Lorenzo's Locks: Divisional Round Games

BETFTW! On Site Divisional Round

The Buffalo Bills travel to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Expect a ton of points from both of these high powered offenses. Buffalo made history in last week's playoff win against New England, scoring a touchdown on each of its seven possessions. Both teams are evenly matched and should go down to the wire. Bills beat reporter Sal Maiorana is on site to break down the matchup. Buffalo travels to Kansas City for the third time this calendar year to play the Chiefs on Sunday Night. In Week 5 of this season, the Bills beat the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football, 38-20. Last year, Kansas City beat Buffalo 38-24 in the AFC Championship game. Now the rubber match between the two for the birth of the AFC Championship on the line Sunday night. Two of the best offenses in the league and two of the best quarterbacks in the league will square off head to head. Mahomes and Allen both threw for five touchdown passes in their wild card round victories last week, playing at the top of the their games. Maiorana sees the Bills having a slight advantage with their defense. Buffalo has gotten familiarity with Mahomes and knows what he wants to do with the football. They will try to slow down Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, with their top ranked defense. If Josh Allen and his offense plays the way it did last week, Maiorana sees Buffalo coming out on top against the Chiefs.

By Danny Scaramella - Tipico

Lorenzo's Locks: Wild Card Weekend

The Playoffs are here and Lorenzo isn't taking any chances against Tom Brady. The Bucs continue to have one of the top scoring offenses in the NFL, with Tom Brady locked in. The Eagles have also been hot as of late, closing out the season winning six of their final eight games, but the competition they played was incredibly weak. Some of their wins came against the Jets, Giants, and two against Washington. The Eagles secondary is also weak and Tom Brady will look to expose their defense. Since Brady joined Tampa Bay, the Bucs are 9-5 against the spread at home. Lorenzo likes the Bucs winning and covering the spread. The hottest team in the NFC down the stretch, may have been the 49ers. In their final 11 games, San Francisco went post an 8-3 record in wins and against the spread. Although Dallas likes to establish the run early, the 49ers are built to stop the run. Their pass-rush generated 24 sacks in the last six games of the season and will look to pressure Dak Prescott early. If the 49ers can avoid turnovers, Lorenzo sees them covering the spread and upsetting the Cowboys in Dallas. Finally, a divisional matchup to play each other for the third time this season. The Rams face the Cardinals with two electric offenses taking the field. The Rams have showed inconsistencies with their superstar lineup and haven't lived up to their expectations. The Cardinals are great on the road as underdogs and Lorenzo sees this game coming down to the wire and decided by less than a field goal. He predicts the Rams to win, but the Cardinals to cover.

By Danny Scaramella - Tipico

BETFTW! On Site Wild Card Weekend

The AFC Wild Card game on Saturday, January 8th features the New England Patriots traveling to Buffalo to take on the Bills. We all remember what happened the last time these two faced off in Buffalo. New England has cooled down after their mid-season hot streak, winning only one of their last four, including a Week 18 loss to the Miami Dolphins. This season, New Englands holds a better record against the spread than the Buffalo Bills. Bills beat reporter Sal Maiorana highlights the rubber match and game three between these two teams this weekend. Weather will continue to be a factor in their matchups. This has the chance to be one of the coldest games in Bills and Patriots history, and even close to league history. Wind chills are expected to be 10 to 15 degrees below zero. So who will this favor? The Patriots took advantage of the wind in their first matchup against Buffalo and pulled off the win. Then Buffalo's offense took control and came out with a win in Foxboro. If the wind is manageable, Maiorana expects a great game for Josh Allen. Josh Allen is the X-factor. The last time these two teams faced, Allen lit up the Patriots for three touchdowns and over 300 yards. If the Bills can contain the running game and make Mac Jones be a true quarterback, Maiorana thinks Buffalo can handle their business and move on to the divisional round.

By Danny Scaramella - Tipico

Team Notes: 2021 Week 3

We’re two games into the NFL season and the tiers are really starting to take shape. We expect the playoff seedings to look very similar to the top tiers on the chart, especially considering the historical success rates of teams starting 2-0 compared to those who start 0-2. Some wins in Week Two were more convincing than others and some teams looked promising even in defeat.

By Austin Stevenson - Tipico

Team Notes: 2021 Week 2

Week 1 is in the books and we have an early sense of who are the real contenders in the NFL. Some teams surprised, others disappointed, and some proved true to their preseason assessments. This week, we will examine the betting confidence in each team going into their 2nd game.

By Austin Stevenson - Tipico

Team Notes: 2021 Week 1

Week 1 is underway and we got our first taste of real football on Thursday night and it has us clamoring for more. Below, you’ll see the first regular season edition of Team Notes. Injuries and news reports have made changes for the teams playing Sunday and Monday. Thursday night’s game was taken into account as well, and it didn’t help either team.

By Austin Stevenson - Tipico

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