Jaguars vs. Bengals game today: How to watch, odds, spread, stream, injuries & more

• The Jaguars host the Bengals on Monday Night Football

• A win allow them to remain on the race for the No. 1 seed

• Here's all the info you need for the game, including kickoff time

Sep 24, 2023; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) runs
Sep 24, 2023; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) runs / Morgan Tencza-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 8-3 and have a shot at earning the No. 1 playoff seed entering Week 13. Coming off back-to-back wins over a couple of division foes, they'll next face the Cincinnati Bengals at EverBank Stadium. While the Jags are a better team on paper, Cincinnati is the kind of opponent they cannot afford to take lightly.

After all, the Bengals will be without Joe Burrow the rest of the season, but they have enough weapons to play spoilers. Jake Browning will be making his second start at quarterback but he'll have a talented trio of wide receivers at his disposal. On defense, a front four that includes Trey Hendrickson and D.J. Turner could give Trevor Lawrence and the offense fits.

To avoid an upset, the Jaguars must get off to a hot start. They need to score in their first two possessions and the defense needs to make the Bengals offense one-dimensional. If they do it, they'll get their third win in a row. With that in mind, here's everything you need to know for the game, including odds, spread, and how to watch it.

Jaguars vs. Bengals Injury Report for Week 13

The Jaguars haven't ruled out anyone for the game as of this writing but four players got the questionable tag ahead of primetime: Cornerback Tyson Campbell, Travis Etienne, and tight ends Luke Farrell and Brenton Strange. Campell told the media he'll likely suit up for Monday Night while head coach Doug Pederson expects Etienne to play.

On the other hand, it's uncertain whether Strange or Farrell will be available. If either one has to sit out the game, Josh Pederson could be promoted off the practice squad to provide depth behind starting tight end Evan Engram.

On the other side of the aisle, the Bengals have already ruled out cornerback Cam Taylor-Brit. Tee Higgins, for his part, hasn't suited up in nearly a month but he'll play against the Jaguars.

Jaguars vs. Bengals Odds and Spread for Week 13

The Jaguars are a 10-point favorite with a moneyline of -480, per Caesars Sportsbook. Bet $480 on them and win $100 if they beat Jacksonville. Cincinnati's moneyline is set at +385, place a wager of $100 and win $385 for a total payout of $485 if they beat the Jags. The over/under for the game sits at 40.0 points.

How to watch/listen to Jaguars vs. Bengals on Monday Night Football

Kickoff will be at 8:15 p.m. ET/5:15 p.m. PT. It will be shown on ESPN. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be the announcers from the boot while Lisa Salters handles sideline duty.

You can also catch the primetime bout on WJXL 92.5 FM/1010 AM, or Gator Country 99.9. Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, and Tony Boselli will provide live analysis, and Bucky Brooks will report from the sideline.

Jaguars vs. Bengals Stream for Week 13

If you're looking for a stream of the game, you can try fuboTV. All you need is an internet connection to get started and watch the game from your phone, computer, or tablet. Sign up here for your free seven-day trial.

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