Sunday’s Top NFL Handicapper Free Pick Bengals VS Broncos

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Today’s Top NFL Handicapper Free Pick

Ben Burns

Nov 19 ’17, 4:25 PM
NFL | Bengals vs Broncos

Play on: Broncos -2½ -112 at betonline

As bad as things have gone for the Broncos of late – five straight losses, all of them by double-digits – there is some hope. And that hope comes in the form of the Cincinnati Bengals, who arrive in Denver with their own set of issues. The Bengals are 1-4 on the road this season, and that one victory was against the Browns, who are more than halfway toward a winless season. So  . . . books have made this a tight spread in what is basically a playoff elimination game. There’s not a lot of compete left in either team, but the Broncos are playing at home and giving less than 3 in what very well could be a field goal game. So swallow hard and lay the points, figuring that Denver is less-bad than Cincinnati is at this point in time.