Jaguars vs. Browns game today: How to watch, odds, spread, stream & injury report

• The Jaguars will face the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

• Both teams are looking to bounce back from losses

• Here's all the info you need for the Week 14 game

Jacksonville Jaguars safety Andre Cisco (5) runs onto the field before a regular season NFL football
Jacksonville Jaguars safety Andre Cisco (5) runs onto the field before a regular season NFL football / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA

The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to bounce back after an overtime loss on Monday Night Football. Next on their schedule is a Cleveland Browns team that fell to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 13. One of the biggest questions surrounding the game is whether Trevor Lawrence will play.

Lawrence suffered an ankle sprain in the Jags' 34-31 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Although he missed Wednesday's practice, he participated in both Thursday and Friday sessions. The former Clemson Tiger is listed as questionable for the game and will be a game-time decision. The Cleveland Browns, for their part, aren't revealing who their starting quarterback will be, Joe Flacco, or rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson.

Whereas Steezy Trev is trending toward playing, the Jaguars have already ruled out other players. With that in mind here's everything you know for their Week 14 bout against Cleveland.

Jaguars vs. Browns injury report for Week 14

As noted before, Trevor Lawrence is a game-time decision. On the other hand, left tackle Walker Little, and cornerbacks Tyson Campbell, Christian Braswell, and Tre Herndon have already been ruled out. Campbell suffered a quad injury Monday while Herndon is in concussion protocol. Braswell just returned from injury reserve, so the team is holding him back while he gets back to speed.

Little suffered a hamstring injury against the Bengals. With Cam Robinson already on IR, left guard Ezra Cleveland will tentatively start at left tackle. On a side note, wide receiver Christian Kirk underwent core surgery and will be out for a handful of weeks. Rookie Parker Washington filled in for him on Monday's loss, and will likely step in his place against Cleveland.

On a side note, the Jags have signed quarterback Nathan Rourke to the active roster, heading into the game. By signing him, he won't count toward the 48 players Jacksonville will suit up for the game, but he could step onto the field in case both Lawrence and backup C.J. Beathard go down.

The Browns have also experienced their fair share of injuries but they'll have a couple of key contributors on the fold against Jacksonville. Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett has been dealing with a shoulder injury but has no restrictions ahead of the bout. Similarly, both wide receiver Amari Cooper, and Dorian Thompson-Robinson have been cleared from the concussion protocol. Right tackle Dawand Jones, though, has been ruled out with a knee injury.

Jaguars vs. Browns odds and spread for Week 14

The Jags are a three-point underdog with a moneyline of +143, per Caesars Sportsbook. Place a wager of $100 on them and win $143 for a total of $243 if they beat Cleveland. The Browns' moneyline stands at -165. Bet $165 on them and win $100 if they beat Jacksonville.

The over/under for the game sits at 32 points. Wind and possibly snow are expected for the game, which may be why the total may be somewhat low.

How to watch Jaguars vs. Browns in Week 14

Kickoff will be at 1:00 p.m. ET/ 10:00 a.m. PT, and it will be broadcast on CBS 47. Ian Eagle and Charles Davis will offer analysis from the boot while Evan Washburn reports from the sideline.

You can also listen to the game on WJXL 1010 AM/92.5 FM or Gator Country 99.9. Frank Frangie, Tony Boselli and Jeff Langman will provide live commentary while Bucky Brooks handles sideline duty.

Jaguars vs. Browns stream for Week 14

If you can't watch the game on TV or listen to it on the radio, try fuboTV. All you need is an internet connection to enjoy it on your phone, computer, or table. Click here for your free seven-day trial.

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