How Do Bengals, Browns Land on Over-Under Bets?

How Do Bengals, Browns Land on Over-Under Bets?
Fact Checked by Pat McLoone

Ohio’s National Football League teams are looking to continue in an upward trend.

The Cincinnati Bengals (12-4) are looking for their second Super Bowl appearance under quarterback Joe Burrow and the Cleveland Browns (7-10) finally should find out if quarterback Deshaun Watson was worth the risk and all that money.

Both teams will start their regular season in September in the first year of Ohio sports betting.

In addition to betting the points spread, a common wager in football is the over-under line.

So, how have the Bengals and Browns tended to fall when it comes to betting over or under at their respective stadiums? – your source for Ohio betting apps – did the research on just that.

We looked back at all NFL over/under results from the past 10 seasons. Utilizing data from, we checked to see which current stadiums have hit the most overs. This data includes all regular season games, playoff games and Super Bowls played at the given stadium.

We instituted a five-year minimum in the research, excluding Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas Raiders) and SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers) from the list.

Here is what we found out:

Cincinnati Bengals (Over)

The Bengals, who recorded a 6-1 home record last season, ranked No. 7 in the top 10 with an “overs” records of 43-38-1 (53.01%) at Paycor Stadium since 2013.

The Detroit Lions ranked No. 1 in overs with a record of 48-33-1 record at Ford Field.

One other AFC North Division team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, ranked No. 10 with mark of 42-40-1 (51.2%) at Acrisure Stadium.

Last season, Cincinnati was seventh in the league with 418 points (26.1 points per game) and sixth in the league on defense, giving up 322 points (20.1 ppg.).

You can find out more on the Bengals’ Super Bowl odds on this site.

Here are the numbers on the top 10 NFL teams coming in over at home for the last 10 seasons.

Best Stadiums for Over Bettors Since 2013

Rank Stadium Over Percentage Total Over Record
1.  Ford Field (Lions) 59.15% 48-33-1
2. Caesars Superdome (Saints)  55.29%  47-38
3. AT&T Stadium (Cowboys)  54.71%  46-38-1
4. Nissan Stadium (Titans)  53.75%  43-37
5. New Era Stadium (Bills)  53.41%  43-39-1
6. US Bank Stadium (Vikings)  53.33%  32-28
7. Paycor Stadium (Bengals)  53.01%  43-38-1
8. Hard Rock Stadium (Dolphins)  51.88%  41-38-1
9. Gillette Stadium (Patriots)  51.65%  47-44
10. Acrisure Stadium (Steelers)  51.2%  42-40-1


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Cleveland Browns (Under)

With all the drama and off-the-field news items with Watson hopefully behind them, Cleveland went .500 at home last season (4-4), finishing last in the AFC North Division. The Browns look to improve on that, and more, in 2023.

You can follow the Browns’ Super Bowl odds all season to see how they are doing on making a move in the division.

In our research, the Browns finished No. 10 in the top 10 for “unders” with a record of 43-35-3 (54.94%) since 2013 at Cleveland Browns Stadium. 
One other AFC North Division team, the Baltimore Ravens, finished No. 3 with a 48-34-1 (58.43%) unders record since 2013 at M&T Bank Stadium. 
The Atlanta Falcons had the No. 1 ranking with a 30-19 (61.22%) unders record since 2013 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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Here are the top 10 stadiums for “under” bets.

Best Stadiums for Under Bettors Since 2013

RankStadiumUnder PercentageTotal Under Record
1Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Falcons)61.22%30-19
2Arrowhead Stadium (Chiefs)6056-37-2
3M&T Bank Stadium (Ravens)58.43%48-34-1
4Lucas Oil Stadium (Colts)57.83%48-35
5Soldier Field (Bears)57.41%46-34-1
T-6Empower Field (Broncos)56.98%48-36-2
T-6Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles)56.98%49-37
8TIAA Bank Stadium (Jaguars)56.41%44-34
9Levi’s Stadium (49ers)55.42%46-37
10Cleveland Browns Stadium (Browns)54.94%43-35-3


Lou Monaco

Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene with emphasis on NJ and PA. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media ( in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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