What time is the NFL game tonight? Schedule, TV Channel, kick-off time, and How to watch Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Find out everything about the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals week 13 game.


What time is the NFL game tonight? Schedule, TV Channel, kick-off time, and How to watch Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Jacksonville Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence (L - via PFF) and Cincinnati Bengals' Jake Browning (R - via NBC Sports)

This week’s Monday Night Football game is a clash between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cincinnati Bengals. These teams came into the season with Super Bowl expectations and good playoff runs last year. The Jaguars orchestrated the biggest comeback in NFL playoff history against the Los Angeles Chargers in the Wild Card Round. On the other hand, the Bengals went all the way to the AFC Championship game but lost in heartbreaking fashion against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Jaguars this season are playing great football. After getting their main WR Calvin Ridley back from suspension, they have raced to an 8-3 record through 11 games. They started the season with a couple of losses in their first three games. However, they have gone 7-1 in their next eight games and are coming off some impressive wins against the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans.

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The Bengals have had a different story. They came into the season with their superstar QB Joe Burrow dealing with a calf injury he suffered during training camp. He played the first few games with that injury, and, as expected, the Bengals started the season 1-3. However, once Burrow healed from his injury, the Bengals went on a four-game winning streak, including wins over the Buffalo Bills and the San Francisco 49ers. When things were getting on the right track for the Cincinnati-based team, tragedy struck.

Burrow was playing at an MVP level. However, the team suffered a massive blow as he was ruled out of the season due to a right-hand injury. The injury occurred during the Bengals’ week 11 game against the Baltimore Ravens. That was a huge setback for the Bengals as they have lost their last three games, two without their starting quarterback.

The last two encounters between these two sides have gone in favor of the Bengals. They didn’t play each other last year, and the Jaguars might be able to exact revenge against the shorthanded Bengals this week.

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Here is everything you need to know about the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals game on Monday.

What time is the NFL game tonight?

  • Game: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals
  • Day: Monday, December 4
  • Time: 8:15 P.M. ET (7:15 P.M. CT)
  • Where: TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville

What channel is Monday Night Football on?

  • Game: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals
  • Date: Monday, December 4
  • Where to watch: ABC/ESPN

ABC and ESPN will broadcast the Buffalo Bills vs. Denver Broncos Monday Night Football game. The game’s announcers are Joe Buck (play-by-play announcer), Troy Aikman (analyst), and Lisa Salters (reporter).

NFL live streaming for Monday Night Game

The game is also available for streaming on Fubo. New users can get $40 off Fubo’s Pro, Elite, and Premier plans for a restricted period of time. Another option to livestream the game is NFL+, but it will require subscriptions. DAZN is another option for streamers hoping to livestream the Monday Night Football game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals Predicted Lineup

The Jaguars and the Bengals are trending in opposite directions in terms of injuries. Jacksonville has most of their starters healthy and ready to go on Monday. Their star QB, Trevor Lawrence, has started all 11 games for the Jags this season; hence, they have a winning record. RB Travis Etienne is listed as questionable due to a rib injury.

Joe Burrow
Joe Burrow (via Sports Illustrated)

The biggest absentee for the Bengals is, of course, Joe Burrow. The quarterback was ruled out for the season due to a right-hand injury. He also started the season with a calf injury he suffered in training camp. Another vital key for the Bengals this season has been CB Cam Taylor-Britt. However, he is out for the game on Monday due to a quad injury. Defensemen Trey Hendrickson, Sam Hubbard, Logan Wilson, and B.J. Hill are all listed as unknown for the game.

NFL Odds and Betting Lines for Jaguars vs. Bengals

Here are the NFL odds and Betting lines for the Jaguars vs. Bengals game on Monday.

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  • Bengals vs. Jaguars spread: Jaguars -10
  • Bengals vs. Jaguars over-under: 40 points
  • Bengals vs. Jaguars money line: Cincinnati +365, Jacksonville -485
  • CIN: Bengals have hit the game total under in six of their last 11 road games (+0.50 units)
  • JAC: Jaguars have hit the money line in 17 of their last 22 games (+12.35 units)

Why the Jacksonville Jaguars can win?

Trevor Lawrence has had a completion percentage of 67.3 this season. He only has 12 touchdowns and seven interceptions so far this season. However, he has a passer rating of 92.0. The third-year quarterback is also the Jaguars’ second-leading rusher with 240 yards and 3 TDs. In their last game against the Texans, Lawrence threw for 364 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.

Travis Etienne
Travis Etienne (via NBC Sports)

Another player having a great impact on the Jaguars is RB Travis Etienne Jr. He has racked up 726 yards (3.7 average) and seven touchdowns on 194 carries. The third-year rusher is also capable of catching the football. He has 36 receptions for 312 yards (8.7 average) and one score.

Why the Cincinnati Bengals can win?

Jake Browning has taken over the quarterbacking duties for the Bengals since Joe Burrow‘s injury. Browning has completed 65.9% of his passes for 295 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in his three games, including one start. In those games, he had a passer rating of 93.0. He had a good game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Bengals’ last game. Browning threw for 227 yards and racked up one touchdown with one interception.

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Joe Mixon
Joe Mixon (via CBS Sports)

Bengals’ ground attack is featured around veteran RB Joe Mixon, who leads the team in rushing yards with 621 yards (3.9 average) and four touchdowns. In addition to having two spectacular plays of more than 20 yards, he has converted 38 first downs. Mixon also has 33 receptions for 232 yards (7.0 average) and one touchdown.

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