The Bengals lost a close 23-20 game in OT to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1, and hope to bounce back by stealing one in Dallas. Joe Burrow is coming off a forgettable five-turnover performance in his first action since the 2021-22 Super Bowl. He should fare much better in Week 2 when he gets a muddled Cowboys team.
Things went South in a hurry for the reigning NFC East champions on Sunday Night Football. They were the only NFL team that failed to score a single touchdown, and lost their franchise QB Dak Prescott to a thumb injury. Their next matchup will be a tall task, as they plan to start Cooper Rush.
The Bengals are set as 8.5-point favorites to get the win on the road, priced at -460 on the moneyline at DraftKings Sportsbook. The Cowboys sit at +370, while the total score is set at 42.5.
Bengals vs. Cowboys
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