Cincinnati Bengals are going to fight against Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday, September 30, 2021, at Paul Brown Stadium. Today we will know about when, where, and how to watch the Bengals vs Jaguars game here.
In their last meeting in the previous season, the Bengals lost at 27-17. Last week, they finished a tie game against Philadelphia Eagles. Bullock played a perfect 3 for 3 games.
Jaguars lost against Miami Dolphins last Thursday, fall 31-13 at home. In the third quarter, they were down 31-13 at home. They couldn’t recover the match after that.
|HOW TO WATCH|
Venue: Paul Brown Stadium
TV Channel: NFL Network
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When and where is Cincinnati Bengals vs Jacksonville Jaguars?
- Date: The game will take place on Thursday, September 30
- Time: The kick-off is set to start at 8.20 PM ET.
- Venue: Bengals vs Jaguars game will take place at the Paul Brown Stadium.
This is the home ground for the Bengals. The stadium has a capacity of 65,535 spectators. If you are someone from Cincinnati, you can go to the stadium and watch the match live. The tickets are in the sale. The pricing starts from only $52. Grab yours before the time runs out.
How to watch the Bengals vs Jaguars Game Live Stream?
The Bengals vs Jaguars live stream is available on NFL.com, NFL Mobile App, and on FuboTV.
NFL.com is the official streaming site of the NFL network. They also have a mobile application named NFL Mobile App. FuboTV also supports NFL games. The monthly subscription fee of FuboTV costs $69.99.
All of them are available in Android phones and tablets, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, and Amazon Fire TV, mobile devices, tablets, or streaming devices.
How to Watch Bengals vs Jaguars Live on TV?
The Bengals vs Jaguars game will be broadcast live on NFL Network.
NFL Network has the right to broadcast the match for the NFL fans on television. Your cable TV operator will have to provide you with the channel. If you are not under the coverage of NFL Network, contact your cable operator soon.
Bengals Team Report:
QB – Joe Burrow | RB – Joe Mixon | WR – Ja’Marr Chase, Tyler Boyd, Auden Tate | TE – CJ Uzomah | OL – Jonah Williams, Quinton Spain, Trey Hopkins, Jackson Carman, Riley Reiff
DL – Sam Hubbard, DJ Reader, Larry Ogunjobi, Trey Hendrickson | LB – Logan Wilson, Akeem Davis-Gaither, Germaine Pratt | CB – Trae Waynes, Chidobe Awuzie, Mike Hilton | S – Vonn Bell, Brandon Wilson | K – Evan McPherson | P – Kevin Huber
|Tee Higgins, WR||Out|
|Chidobe Awuzie, CB||Doubtful|
|Xavier Su’a-Filo, G||Doubtful|
|Jessie Bates III, S||Out|
Jaguars Team Report:
QB – Trevor Lawrence | RB – James Robinson | WR – DJ Chark Jr, Marvin Jones Jr, Laviska Shenault Jr | TE – Dan Arnold | OL – Cam Robinson, Andrew Norwell, Brandon Linder, AJ Cann, Jawaan Taylor
DL – Malcolm Brown, Davon Hamilton, Taven Bryan | LB – Myles Jack, K’Lavon Chaisson, Josh Allen, Damien Wilson | CB – Tyson Campbell, Shaquill Griffin | S – Andrew Wingard, Rayshawn Jenkins | K – Josh Lambo | P – Logan Cooke
|Tre Herndon, CB||Out|
|Tavon Austin, WR||Injured Reserve|
|Josh Lambo, PK||Out|
|Roy Robertson-Harris, DE||Out|
Both the teams have struggled on week 3 of the NFL. Each of them will try to overcome the difficulties and solve their problems. If you are a football fan, call your friends, sit in front of the TV and catch all the live actions of the match.