In a game between the MAC’s top-two offenses, fans watching might not get the show they were hoping for, as both teams are dealing with quarterback injuries. With that being said, the Bobcats may be in better shape with a healthy dual-threat backup QB (CJ Harris) than Toledo is with their duo of injured passers. Ohio has been winning all season without the benefit of a stout defense, and the unit has looked better in the past six weeks giving up an average of only 18 points per game. Toledo’s passing offense will not be as intimidating, either. Also, the Ohio Bobcats enter this game as covering machines (8-0 ATS in its last eight games overall), while Toledo has been on the opposite end of the spectrum (0-5 ATS in its last five games overall). We’ll take the +3 points with Ohio and bet this one at Bovada Sportsbook.