The Cincinnati Bengals head to Jacksonville to face the Jaguars on Monday Night Football. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. on ESPN and WCPO-TV (Channel 9).
Cincinnati is coming off a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 12, while the Jaguars are winners of seven of their last eight games, including last week's win over the Houston Texans.
The Bengals are without quarterback Joe Burrow, who suffered a season-ending wrist injury against the Baltimore Ravens. Burrow underwent surgery last week, but no details have been provided regarding his recovery timeline.
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Cincinnati Bengals beat Jacksonville Jaguars in overtime | Bengals 34, Jaguars 31
Cincinnati forced a Jacksonville punt and then moved the ball close enough for an Evan McPherson field goal. McPherson's 48-yard field goal won the game. to move Cincinnati to 6-6. Quarterback Jake Browning led the game-winning, 12-play drive.
Jacksonville Jaguars punt on first overtime possession | Bengals 31, Jaguars 31
The Cincinnati Bengals take over with a chance to win the game as the Jacksonville Jaguars punted on the first possession of overtime.
Jacksonville Jaguars tie game | Bengals 31, Jaguars 31
Jaguars kicker Brandon McManus ties the game with a 40-yard field goal and the Bengals will get the ball back with 26 seconds left on the clock in the fourth quarter.
Cincinnati Bengals take lead with 2:28 remaining | Bengals 31, Jaguars 28
The Bengals scored a field goal just before the two-minute warning after kicker Evan McPherson converted a 54-yard field goal. The Bengals lead with 2:28 left in the game.
Trevor Lawrence injured, Bengals take over | Bengals 28, Jaguars 28
The Cincinnati Bengals take over possession after Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence left the game with what appeared to be a severe leg injury. Lawrence left the field and the Bengals took over on the Jaguars' 33-yard line.
Cincinnati Bengals tie Jacksonville Jaguars | Bengals 28, Jaguars 28
The Bengals took possession in Jaguars' territory and quarterback Jake Browning scored his first touchdown of his career with a 1-yard touchdown run. Kicker Evan McPherson converted the point-after-attempt to tie the game with 9:27 to go in the fourth quarter.
Jacksonville Jaguars extend lead after Tyler Boyd interception | Jaguars 28, Bengals 21
Wide receiver Tyler Boyd threw an interception on a trick play and the Jaguars punched it in on a Trevor Lawrence 1-yard run. Kicker Brandon McManus converted the point-after-touchdown attempt to cap the Jaguars' 4-play, yard drive to take the lead.
Jacksonville Jaguars tie the game in third quarter | Jaguars 21, Bengals 21
Quarterback Trevor Lawrence led a 12 play, 84-yard drive to tie the game with less than 7 minutes left in the third quarter. Lawrence completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Parker Washington and kicker Brad McManus converted to point-after-touchdown attempt to tie the game.
Cincinnati Bengals take lead with long Ja'Marr Chase touchdown | Bengals 21, Jaguars 14
Wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase scored a 76-yard touchdown on a pass from quarterback Jake Browning on the Bengals' first possession of the second half. The three-play, 84-yard drive ate up 1:31 of game clock.
Kicker Evan McPherson converted the point-after-touchdown attempt to make it a 7-point lead for the Bengals.
Cincinnati Bengals tie Jacksonville Jaguars in second quarter | Bengals 14, Jaguars 14
Running back Joe Mixon scored a 2-yard rushing touchdown with 1:04 left before halftime and kicker Evan McPherson converted the point-after-touchdown attempt to tie the game before halftime.
The Jaguars will receive the second-half kickoff.
Jacksonville Jaguars take lead in second quarter | Jaguars 14, Bengals 7
The Jaguars marched down the field and capped a 10-play, 75-yard drive with a 22-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Trevor Lawrence to wide receiver Evan Engram. Kicker Brandon McManus converted the point-after-touchdown attempt.
Cincinnati Bengals tie Jacksonville Jaguars in second quarter | Bengals 7, Jaguars 7
Quarterback Jake Browning drove the Cincinnati Bengals down the field and running back Joe Mixon capped an 8-play, 92-yard drive with a 6-yard touchdown. The drive ate up 3:52 of game clock and kicker Evan McPherson converted the point-after-touchdown attempt to tie the game.
Cincinnati Bengals trail Jacksonville Jaguars at end of first quarter | Jaguars 7, Bengals 0
The Bengals trail with third down upcoming on their third drive of the game on their own 14-yard line. Quarterback Jake Browning is 8-for-8 passing for 48 yards, but hasn't completed a pass more than 5 yards downfield.
Evan McPherson misses field goal | Jaguars 7, Bengals 0
The Cincinnati Bengals' second offensive drive stalled inside Jacksonville territory and kicker Evan McPherson missed a 57-yard field goal to give the Jaguars the ball back near midfield.
Jaguars take lead | Jags 7, Bengals 0
Jacksonville scored on their first possession after going for it on 4th-and-2 inside the red zone to take the 7-0 lead more than halfway through the first quarter. Star wide receiver Christian Kirk was injured on the drive after a 26-yard reception, but running back Travis Etienne scored on a 3-yard run.
Kicker Brandon McManus converted the point-after-touchdown attempt.
Cincinnati Bengals aggressive on fourth down, turn ball over to Jacksonville Jaguars
Head coach Zac Taylor elected to go for it on 4th-and-5 from Jacksonville's 44-yard line, but quarterback Jake Browning was sacked. The Jaguars take over on their own 49-yard line.
Cincinnati Bengals seeking first road Monday Night Football win since 1990
The last time the Bengals won a road game on Monday Night Football, George H.W. Bush was the United States President and gas was about $1.34 at the pump. The Bengals beat the Cleveland Browns 34-13 at Municipal Stadium in Cleveland. The Cincinnati Reds completed their wire-to-wire World Series win two days before the game.
Running back Chris Evans among Cincinnati Bengals' inactives tonight
Running back Chris Evans is inactive for the Bengals against the Jaguars.
Here's the inactive Bengals:
Running back Chris Evans
Linebacker Devin Harper
Center Trey Hill
Offensive tackle D'Ante Smith
Defensive tackle Jay Tufele
Cam Taylor-Britt moved to the Reserve/Injured list, AJ McCarron moved to active roster
The Cincinnati Bengals announced cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt was moved to the Reserve/Injured list and quarterback AJ McCarron was promoted to the active roster for tonight's game. Taylor-Britt will be eligible to return in Week 17.
Line movement indicates big money on Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars opened up as 8.5-point favorites, but the line has moved to 10 points as most of the money is being bet on Jacksonville. The Jaguars are the best team against the spread this season at 8-3 while the Bengals are 4-6-1. Betting favorites are 20-5-1 against the spread last week and this week.
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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Cincinnati Bengals and Jacksonville Jaguars recently faced each other in a Monday Night Football game. The Bengals lost their previous game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 12, while the Jaguars had won seven of their last eight games, including a victory over the Houston Texans.
Quarterback Joe Burrow's Injury
The Bengals were without their starting quarterback, Joe Burrow, who suffered a season-ending wrist injury against the Baltimore Ravens. Burrow underwent surgery, but no specific details about his recovery timeline were provided.
The game went into overtime, with the final score being Bengals 34, Jaguars 31. The Bengals forced a Jacksonville punt and then scored a field goal, kicked by Evan McPherson, to win the game. Quarterback Jake Browning led the game-winning drive.
- Overtime Possession: The Jaguars punted on their first possession of overtime, giving the Bengals a chance to win the game.
- Tie Game in Regulation: The Jaguars tied the game with a field goal by kicker Brandon McManus, leaving the Bengals with 26 seconds on the clock in the fourth quarter.
- Bengals Take the Lead: The Bengals scored a field goal just before the two-minute warning, with Evan McPherson kicking a 54-yard field goal. This gave the Bengals a lead with 2:28 remaining in the game.
- Trevor Lawrence's Injury: Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence left the game with a severe leg injury, and the Bengals took possession on the Jaguars' 33-yard line.
- Bengals Tie the Game: The Bengals tied the game with a touchdown run by quarterback Jake Browning and an extra point conversion by Evan McPherson.
- Jaguars Extend Lead: The Jaguars took the lead after wide receiver Tyler Boyd threw an interception on a trick play. Trevor Lawrence scored a touchdown, and Brandon McManus converted the extra point.
- Tie Game in the Third Quarter: The Jaguars tied the game with a touchdown pass from Trevor Lawrence to wide receiver Parker Washington.
- Bengals Take the Lead with Long Touchdown: The Bengals took the lead with a 76-yard touchdown pass from Jake Browning to wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase.
- Tie Game before Halftime: The Bengals tied the game with a rushing touchdown by running back Joe Mixon.
- Jaguars Take the Lead: The Jaguars scored a touchdown pass from Trevor Lawrence to wide receiver Evan Engram.
- Bengals Trail at the End of the First Quarter: The Bengals were trailing, with third down upcoming on their third drive of the game.
- Missed Field Goal: The Bengals' second offensive drive stalled, and kicker Evan McPherson missed a 57-yard field goal.
- Jaguars Take the Lead: The Jaguars scored the first touchdown of the game, with running back Travis Etienne scoring on a 3-yard run.
- The Bengals were seeking their first road win on Monday Night Football since 1990.
- Running back Chris Evans was among the Bengals' inactive players for the game.
- The Bengals made roster changes, with cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt being moved to the Reserve/Injured list and quarterback AJ McCarron being promoted to the active roster.
- The line movement indicated that there was significant betting on the Jaguars, with them being favored by 8.5 points initially, but the line moving to 10 points.
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