The Bengals will make a long trip to London this week to face Washington.
Cincinnati is taking part in the NFL's International Series for the first time since its inception. The league has been pushing for more overseas games, and this is the first time Cincinnati is taking part.
It comes after the Bengals got back to their winning ways last week with a 31-17 win over the Browns. The offense was firing on all cylinders as Jeremy Hill had a career-high 168 rushing yards on just nine carries.
Andy Dalton completed 19 of 28 for 308 yards and two touchdowns, and he was interception-free for the fourth straight game. This also marked his fourth straight games with a passer ratings higher than 100, and last week’s 128.3 was his best of the season.
A.J. Green was responsible for 169 of those yards to go with one score as he shredded the Browns. Green now may get to face his toughest test of the season thus far if Washington cornerback Josh Norman suits up. Norman is in the NFL's concussion protocol and could be a game-time decision, but if he plays, Norman vs Green will be one of the best matchups of Week 8.
This game will also be the first time Cincinnati has faced Washington since they named Jay Gruden their head coach. Gruden served as the Bengals' offensive coordinator from 2011-13 before leaving to become Washington's head coach.
Since then, Gruden has had mixed results. He did lead Washington to a 9-7 mark and NFC East crown last year, but his 17-22 overall record is nothing to brag about.
Here is everything you'll need to watch and follow Cincinnati vs Washington in Week 8.
Washington (4-3) vs Cincinnati Bengals (3-4)
When: Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016
Game Time: 9:30 a.m. ET
Place: Wembley Stadium, London, U.K.
Announcers: Kenny Albert, John Lynch, Pam Oliver
Online: Sunday Ticket, Fox Sports GO
Local Radio: Bengals Radio Network, led by Cincinnati stations WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7).
Broadcasters: Dan Hoard (play-by-play) and Dave Lapham (analyst).
Series and recent matchups: The Bengals lead 5-4, including a run of three straight. The last meeting was a 38-31 Cincinnati win at Washington in 2012. Washington’s last series win was a 34-27 decision at Cincinnati in 1991.
Betting line: Bengals are the 3-point favorites, according to OddsShark.
SB Nation Affiliate: Hogs Haven
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Weather: The weather on Sunday is expected to be sunny in the mid to high 50s.
TV map: It will be broadcast across the U.S.