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NFL Betting Trifecta For Week 15
by Karl Yu, WinnerOnline
14 December, 2007


Saturday, December 15, 2007

Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers (Bengals -8, Total 42)

Venue: Monster Park (grass)

Opening Line: Bengals -8, Total 44

Records: Bengals 5-8 (5-8-0 ATS, 6-7-0 O/U)
Niners 3-10 (3-10-0 ATS, 5-8-0 O/U)

Key Injuries

Bengals - Out: OT Willie Anderson (knee) Probable: LB Rashad Jeanty (knee)

Niners - Out CB Shawntae Spencer (quadricep), QB Trent Dilfer (concussion) and CB Marcus Hudson (knee) Questionable: LB Jeff Ulbrich (ankle) Probable:

LB Derek Smith (groin), WR Arnaz Battle (ankle), RB Frank Gore (ankle) and DT Isaac Sopoaga (back)


- The last seven times Cincinnati has taken on an NFC team on the road, the Bengals have a record of 5-1-1 ATS.

- San Francisco has dropped seven of its last eight games ATS at home.

- The past three meetings between Cincy and San Fran have all gone Over.

WOL Playcall: With Trent Dilfer and Alex Smith unavailable, the job of 49er signal caller falls on the shoulders of inexperienced Shaun Hill.

The Niners have the worst offense in the entire league in both yards a game and points for so Hill could be in for a long night. Take the Bengals to win by more than 8.


Bengals at Niners, Redskins at Giants, Bears at Vikes

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