NFL Week 2 odds, picks, best bets, schedule, live stream: Expert selections, teasers



NFL Week 2 Betting Guide: Expert Picks, Top Bets, Schedule, Live Streams, Teasers, Survivor Selections

Welcome to Week 2 of the 2023 NFL regular season, where we eagerly await to see if the Week 1 reactions were on point or perhaps a bit exaggerated. Will Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals rebound after a rocky season opener? Can Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills handle the Las Vegas Raiders on a short week? Brace yourself for another weekend filled with unpredictable moments.

As we do every week, we’ve consolidated all the top picks and betting insights from and SportsLine into a single destination. Here, you’ll find expert picks against the spread courtesy of our CBS Sports analysts, along with comprehensive feature content for each game. This includes input from esteemed SportsLine experts and the SportsLine Projection Model, our staff’s best bets, survivor selections, and much more. Are you ready? Let’s dive right in.

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Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

Time: Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS), stream on Paramount+ (click here
Open: Bengals -3.5, O/U 47

Featured GameMoneylineSpreadTotal
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens
CIN -170-3-120
BAL +143+3+100

In my analysis, I favor the Bengals, particularly with the -3 spread, making them a top pick. Although the Baltimore offense seemed lackluster in their recent game against Houston, the final score might be misleading in terms of their performance. Furthermore, Cincinnati’s offense historically struggles in Cleveland, but their potential should not be underestimated. Last season, they rebounded from a low offensive output with a 42-point game the following week. I believe this does not accurately represent the Bengals’ overall performance for the rest of the year, and adverse weather conditions may have played a role last week. On the defensive front, Cincinnati’s pass defense has shown strength, and their rush defense will now face Gus Edwards, Justice Hill, and an ailing offensive line, likely missing Ronnie Stanley and Tyler Linderbaum. It’s worth noting that injuries are already impacting the Ravens, a recurring theme for them in recent years.”

“R.J. White shared these insights on the Pick Six Podcast, where he, along with Will Brinson, Katie Mox, and Alex Selesnick, thoroughly analyzed every NFL game this week. For a daily dose of exceptional NFL content, be sure to subscribe below.


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