DENVER over Cincinnati by 7
The question is which one of these towel-tossers decides to show up today? One thing is for sure, with both sitting at 3-6, you can shovel dirt over the loser. Ironically, the last losing season for each team was in 2010, after which Denver opted for a new head coach. Those incendiary pictures we previously alluded to that Marvin Lewis apparently has of Mike Brown managed to keep his job intact...for now. The Broncos play a second straight game at home, where they’ve suffered losses in each of their previous two contests as a host. That’s good news as they stand here since 2010 after losing each of their previous two home games. In addition, Denver is 22-3 SU and 19-5-1 ATS at home as a pick or favorite before facing the Oakland Raiders, as well as 18-11 SU and 18-10-1 ATS in games following the Patriots. Yes, it’s never easy backing a team with a quarterback that is just is 3-6 SU and 2-7 ATS in his last nine starts (‘Brick’ Osweiler), but when you’re taking on a foe that’s in the 3rd of three consecutive away games, it tends to ease the pain. Cincy’s 0-6 ATS mark as a dog in its 6th away game of the season seals the deal. Broncos, or bust.