Sportsbook Review has released a consensus betting report for Monday Night Football.
This article lists the overall online sportsbook betting percentages on the full game and halves markets for the Houston Texans vs. Cincinnati Bengals.
Players interested in wagering on Texans vs. Bengals prop bets can find a full serving of exotic wagers compared at the NFL Futures and Prop Bets directory.
The statistics cited are powered by the NFL Betting Odds grid, which lists the NFL lines from 35 online sportsbooks.
Point spread betting: Full Game
51% of online sports bettors believe that the Houston Texans cover the point spread of +10.5 points. Contest professional The Prick is among the players in support of the Texans.
The line has dropped 2.5 points since opening at +13 last week.
Point spread betting: 1st Half
56% of sports bettors believe that the Bengals cover the first half point spread of -7 points.
Money line betting: Outright Winner
As for the outright winner market, the Bengals are listed as -600 favorites, meaning a $600 wager is required to turn a profit of $100. These odds have gained 50 cents since opening at -550. A surprising 53% of bets have been recorded on the underdog Texans, however.
Money line betting: 1st Half Winner
There is an even split of wagers on the money line for the first half market with 50% of bets on both sides. The best sportsbook odds come at 5Dimes, Bookmaker, and Heritage Sports on this market.
Total betting: Full Game
The total points market opened at 48 and has dropped down two full points to 46. 56.5% of online sports bettors believe the game goes over, which is typical of nationally broadcast games.
Total betting: 1st Half
59% of bettors are banking that the first half sails under the total of 23.5 points.