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Bet $20 On The Broncos v. The Bengals And Get $150 Regardless Of The Outcome

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - DECEMBER 05: Teddy Bridgewater #5 of the Denver Broncos throws against the Kansas City Chiefs during the second half at Arrowhead Stadium on December 05, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)

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My Take:

Considering both of these teams are bipolar, this is a rather tough game to predict. The Bengals come off a tragic overtime loss to the ’49ers, and the Broncos are coming off bullying the Lions so bad that people have been commenting numbers for suicide hotlines on their teams’ corporate Tik Tok. The only thing that makes me happy about these two teams matching up is the fact that some guy in Vegas was sweating bullets trying to make a line for this game. Vegas likes the Broncos by 2.5 at home, and I agree. With both these teams in the hunt for the playoffs, this game will come down to coaching.

I don’t think Zac Taylor is a bad coach; I just happen to think that Vic Fangio is a more experienced coach that has been here before. The Broncos’ defense is about as solid as the articles of meat in Joe Rogan’s freezer. And while I like Joe Burrow, I think a game with this much pressure mounted on its outcome comes down to experience. The Bengals are one – maybe two – years away from being a very good team. Still, I’ll be taking game manager Teddy and Vic Fangio’s defense over an inexperienced talented group of guys.

Thankfully, no matter who you choose to bet on you will still win $150!

What do you think?

Written by Bobby D'Angelo

TFM middle school penis game champion. Rutgers student.

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