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Odds to Finish with the Worst Record in the NFL: Bengals on a Freight Train to Loserville

Worst Record NFL Betting Prop December 4 2019

The race to the bottom of the NFL standings may have seen a shakeup in the basement with the Cincinnati Bengals winning their first game but oddsmakers still feel the Bungles are gonna bungle and finish with the worst record in the NFL this season.

The 1-10 SU Bengals are -333 faves to finish at the bottom of the standings and with four games remaining on the schedule, their futility could be an asset to get the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Next on the oddsboard are the 2-10 SU New York Giants (+300), the 3-9 SU Washington Redskins (+1000), the 3-9 SU Miami Dolphins (+1400), the 3-9 SU Atlanta Falcons (+5000) and the 4-8 SU New York Jets (+25000).

How The Bengals Could Mess This Up

With the worst record in the NFL, the Cincinnati Bengals have nothing left to play for in 2019 other than pride, so winning any additional games puts the organization in a terrible spot to secure the first pick in the upcoming draft.

In my weekly Pick Six column, I actually bet on the Bengals moneyline to beat the Jets because that was one of two games left on Cincy’s schedule I thought they could possibly win.

The Bengals’ remaining games in 2019 are against the Browns (twice), the Patriots and the Dolphins. Of those four games, I initially thought a victory in Miami was a lock in Week 16 but now I’m not so sure. The Fins offense has been feisty since going back to QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and they just had a huge home win in an upset over the Eagles in Week 13.

The game vs the Patriots is a writeoff but they could possibly get a split vs the Browns and a win over Miami to get to three wins, which could possibly bump them out of the bottom.

The Bengals deserve to be the favorite at -333 but with Andy Dalton back at QB, they can’t be marked down as a lock to bottom out.

Don’t Count Out The Giants

The only other team that can truly give the Bengals a run for being the worst team in the NFL is the New York Giants. The G-Men are 2-10 SU and are reportedly going back to Eli Manning at quarterback with rookie Daniel Jones on the mend from a foot injury.

The Giants are riding an eight-game losing streak with Jones under center but have a fairly tame schedule for their four remaining games that might make it difficult to back New York for this betting prop.

They’ve got the Philadelphia Eagles twice, the Redskins and the Miami Dolphins and, depending on how Manning rallies the troops, could be looking at four straight wins or four straight losses. They’ll likely lose both games to the Eagles but they have far superior talent to the Dolphins and Redskins and it would be a shock to see them lose to both of those dumpster fires. If the Giants do manage to lose all four games, they almost deserve the top pick based on principle.

Odds to Finish with the Worst Record in the NFL
TeamOdds
Bengals-333
Giants+300
Redskins+1000
Dolphins+1400
Falcons+5000
Jets+25000

Odds as of December 4 at Bovada