Cincinnati remains the NFL’s only winless team, and they appear to be getting worse. After some close losses early in the season, the Bengals have lost their last three by double-digits. Oakland, meanwhile, is catching fire and is tied with Kansas City in the loss column for the lead in the AFC West. The Raiders are coming off a thrilling 26-24 win over the Chargers last week, and the Silver and Black is now 4-1 in home games (even though one of them came in London). Both teams are struggling on defense, as the Raiders are allowing 27 points per game and the Bengals 29. Offense is a different story, however, as Oakland has scored at least 24 points in their last five games, while Cincy is averaging only 15 so far this year, and not scoring more than 17 in their last four games. Despite the statistical mismatch, beware of going against Cincinnati on the road. While they are 0-10 in their last 10 road games, they have covered in seven of those 10 games. Oakland, however, is 6-1 against the spread in their last seven home dates, and 6-3 ATS this season overall.