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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Start time: 8:20 pm ET
  • Location: Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati (OH)
  • TV Channel: The NFL Network will broadcast this matchup with Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews, and Kristina Pink calling the game.
  • Live Online Stream: NFL.com, the NFL Mobile app, or use a free trial of fuboTV to watch the game.
  • Radio Broadcast: Bengals Radio Network with Dave Lapham and Dan Hoard on the call.
  • Inactives
  • SB Nation Jaguars site: Big Cat Country
  • Weather: High 60s, partly cloudy via NFL weather.
  • Odds: Bengals -7.5 via Odds Shark.
  • Series Leader: The Jaguars lead the series 13-10
  • Streak: The Jaguars have won two of the past three games.
  • Coaches vs. Opponent: Zac Taylor: (1-1). Urban Meyer (0-0)


The Cincinnati Bengals and Jacksonville Jaguars get to showcase the first overall picks from the past two drafts in Joe Burrow and Trevor Lawrence. In a rematch of the 2019 National Championship game, Cincinnati will be hoping that Burrow again prevails on top against Lawrence.

Despite the Jaguars being 0-3, they still have put up a decent fight in each of their games. The Bengals have to make sure that they don’t come out flat like they did after their Week 1 win and ultimately lost to what looks like an inferior Chicago Bears team in Week 2.

Still, it appears Burrow is finally starting to heat up as he only had four incompletions against the Steelers and Ja’Marr Chase again stretched the field for a touchdown. The two have combined for four touchdowns on the season.

Cincinnati’s defense has also been very much improved. They already have 10 sacks on the season after barely pressuring opposing quarterbacks last season. Linebacker Logan Wilson appears to be a star in a making after recording two interceptions last week that setup touchdowns. He’s now tied for the most interceptions in the league.

Meanwhile, the Jaguars are led by former-Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. They are clearly in full rebuild mode without a win, but that only leads to desperation that makes them dangerous.

Can the Bengals hold off the desperate Jaguars in the Jungle?

Bengals notes

  • Joe Burrow completed 14/18 passes (career-high 77.8%) for 172 passing yards, three touchdowns and an interceptions for a 122.9 passer rating last week. He is one of three QBs in the AFC (Derek Carr and Patrick Mahomes) with two touchdowns in the first three games this season. He passed for 300 yards and a touchdown vs. one pick in last meeting with the Jaguars.
  • Joe Mixon rushed for 90 yards in Week 3. He aims for his fourth game in a row with 70 total yards. He had 181 scrimmage yards (151 rushing and 30 receiving) and a career-high three total scores in the last game against Jacksonville.
  • Tyler Boyd had his first touchdown catch of the season last week. He had seven catches for 90 yards in the last meeting with the Jags.
  • Rookie Ja’Marr Chase had four catches for 65 yards and two touchdowns in Week 3. He’s the third rookie in NFL history with a touchdown reception of 25 yards in his first three career games. He’s one of four players in the NFL with a touchdown reception in the first three weeks of the season.
  • Tee Higgins had four catches for 77 yards in the last meeting with Jacksonville.
  • Vonn Bell had a pass deflection and his first forced fumble of the season last week. He had six tackles in the last meeting with the Jaguars.
  • Jessie Bates had eight tackles and a tackle for a loss in Week 3. He had two passed defended and a tackle for loss the last time these teams met.
  • Logan Wilson set a career high in tackle (14) and interceptions (two) last week. He’s tied with Dallas Cowboys DB Trevon Diggs for NFL lead in interceptions (three) and is looking for his third game in a row with a pick.
  • Trey Hendrickson has recorded a sack in the past two weeks.
  • B.J. Hill had a sack last week. He has three sacks this season.

Jaguars Notes

  • Trevor Lawrence completed 22/34 passes (season-high 64.7%) for 219 passing yards for a touchdown and two interceptions last week.
  • James Robinson led the team with a season-high 134 total yards and had his first rushing touchdown of the season last week. He had 107 total yards (75 rushing and 32 receiving) in the last meeting with the Bengals.
  • Marvin Jones Jr. had six catches for a team-high 62 receiving yards last week. The former Bengals star aims for his fourth-straight game with five catches and 50 receiving yards.
  • DJ Chark had a touchdown catch in Week 3. He has a receiving touchdown in three of his past four games. He had eight catches for 95 yards and two touchdowns in the last game against the Bengals.
  • Laviska Shenault had a career-high 86 receiving yards in his last meeting with Cincinnati.
  • Myles Jack led the team with a season-high 10 tackles last week. He aims for his third-straight game with an interception vs. Cincinnati.
  • Josh Allen has a sack in two of his three games this season. He aims for his third game in a row against the Bengals with a sack.
  • Shaquill Griffin aims for his third game in a row with five tackles.
  • Andrew Wingard had his first interception of the season in Week 3. He had nine tackles and a pass defense in the last meeting with the Bengals.

Bengals history against Jaguars

Date Visitor Home Result
Date Visitor Home Result
10/04/2020 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W
10/20/2019 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals L
11/05/2017 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
11/02/2014 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W
09/30/2012 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars W
10/09/2011 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars W
11/02/2008 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W
10/09/2005 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
12/15/2002 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals L
12/09/2001 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals L
11/11/2001 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
12/17/2000 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W
09/17/2000 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
01/02/2000 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
10/31/1999 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals L
11/29/1998 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals L
11/08/1998 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
11/23/1997 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W
10/05/1997 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
12/01/1996 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars L
10/27/1996 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W
11/26/1995 Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars W
09/10/1995 Jacksonville Jaguars Cincinnati Bengals W