Free Winning 2017-18 NFL Week Nine ATS Predictions, and Odds: Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars.

Written and authored by National League Football Betting Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Expert news and notes.

Football Weekly Picks are again winning at a remarkable rate and will continue through the annual Super Bowl spectacle in February of 2018.

The (3-4) Cincinnati Bengals of the American Football Conference North Division will travel to the “SUNSHINE STATE” for a week nine conference matchup. Cincinnati takes the (4-3) Jacksonville Jaguars of the AFC South in 2017-18 National Football League action.

Game time is 1:00 PM EST on Sunday, November 5, 2017. The CBS Television Network will broadcast the game.

The teams will play at EverBank Field on the banks of the St.Johns River in downtown Jacksonville, Florida.

The Football Handicapping experts at Charliessports.com are crushing bookmakers. The Cincinnati Bengals got off to a rough start but are turning things around. Owner Mike Brown is sold on Marvin Lewis, and he will be on the sidelines the rest of this season.

Jacksonville is an organization on the rise, and Tom Coughlin is the guy to the right the ship. Shahid Khan trusts the leadership to turn things around in North Florida.

The Opening Betting line has Jacksonville as a five-point home favorite against the spread. The Betting Odds Total is forty-points for Sunday’s game.

 

The 2017-18 Cincinnati Bengals are still in the hunt for a postseason berth. Cincinnati is coming off of a one-point home victory against Indianapolis and faces a better AFC opponent Sunday.

Cincinnati is 3-0-1 ATS the last four between the teams. After losing their first three to open the season and offensive coordinator Bill Lazor got the boot after lackluster performances early in the season.

Ken Zampese is doing an adequate job by opening up thing in the passing and running attack.

Quarterback, Andy Dalton seems more comfortable, and he’s starting to connect with star wideout AJ Green regularly.

Rookie Running Back Joe Mixon is going to be a star in the NFL and John Ross will eventually start to stretch opposing defenses.

Defensive Coordinator Paul Guenther has plenty of high draftees in the secondary, but they aren’t playing to their capabilities.

Defensive Tackle Geno Atkins and End Carlos Dunlap are two of the best in the AFC. Cincinnati must find ways to get Ross the football in the passing game.

Bovada.Lv has the Cincinnati Bengals over/under total wins at eight and a half for the 2017-18 season.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have lost their last three games in front of the home crowd.

Head Coach Doug Marrone has the best young running back in the National Football League.

Leonard Fournette is keeping the chains moving for the Jacksonville offense. Perhaps the player who benefits most os quarterback Blake Bortles.

Many around the organization will go as far as saying Fournette saved Bortles career.

Jacksonville still needs to upgrade their offensive line, and the wideouts aren’t getting separation regularly.

The addition of Calais Campbell in the offseason is one of the best acquisitions of the past decade for the Jacksonville organization.

Jacksonville recently got Marcell Dareus from Buffalo which should pay immediate dividends.

The back seven led by 2016 first round draft pick Jalen Ramsey who is becoming one of the best young cornerbacks in Football.

The key to a Jaguars wins to come out and focus with the home crowd cheering. Jacksonville has everything going in their favor.

Bovada.Lv list the Jacksonville Jaguars total wins at over/under six and a half win for the 2017-18 season.

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