Yes, the title is true; we legally cannot lie to you. Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole, and until that happens, we all get a little bit of money in our pockets.
Claim this offer using Bet365:
- Sign up for Bet365 by clicking here
- Deposit $10 or more into your account
- Finally, place a $1 bet on the Giants vs. Bengals and get $200 Back!
Week two of the NFL pre-season means that the stars we know and love will get a chance to get some action, which means we can place bets with a little bit more wherewithal than last week. We are looking out for a lot as the Giants take on the reigning AFC champions. First-round pick Evan Neal showed flashes against the Patriots of why the G-Men picked him seventh overall, but on a few occasions, he put too much body weight forward- as many people do in Lizzo’s new show Big Girls. Kenny Golladay looked worse than a series of drunk celebrity tweets from 2011 last week, so unless he wants to be the most hated person in New York since de Blasio left office, he will have to show a little more effort.
Are the Bengals a better team than the Giants? Yes, we all know this. No matter how optimistic you are on the Giants after they had a great draft and made some critical front office moves, it’s hard to convince yourself that a four-win team last year is better than a Cincinnati team that was a few throws away from a Super Bowl. That being said, the Bengals are not playing their starters in this game, and the Giants will take a different approach. Head coach Brian Daboll intends to play his starters against the Bengals, and this game may even leave them on the field for a bit longer. The Giants might be a worse team than the first-string Bengals, but they are a hell of a better team than the second-string Bengals. Take the Giants and buy yourself something nice.