Bengals Game Today: Bengals vs Washington odds, predictions, injury report, schedule, live stream and TV channel
After taking down the Buccaneers in their first game of the preseason, the Cincinnati Bengals hit the road again, but this time for our nation’s capital. It’ll be the Bengals vs the Football Team on Friday evening.
Bengals vs. Washington odds for preseason Week 2
According to WynnBet, Washington is favored by 5.5 points. The moneyline grab for the Bengals is +190 while Washington’s is -240. For those unfamiliar with moneylines, if someone were to bet on the Bengals to win and placed $100 on the bet, they’d win $190 with a Bengals victory. For Washington, if someone were going to bet on them to win, they’d have to bet $240 to win an extra $100.
With the Bengals’ defense surprising in their preseason opener, this is a decent bet for them. I’d stay away from both moneyline grabs because of the uncertainty of the preseason.
Bengals injury report vs. Washington today
Joe Burrow, Trey Hopkins, Larry Ogunjobi, and D.J. Reader didn’t play in Week 1 but this is simply to make sure they’re healthy and ready to go for the regular season. Rookie third-rounder Joseph Ossai was injured in the preseason opener, which was a shame after how well he played against the Bucs.
Bengals vs. Washington prediction for preseason Week 2
Preseason is tough to predict because it’s an opportunity for the backups, third-stringers, and fourth-stringers to shine. The Bengals sat out several key starters for the first preseason game and will probably look to do the same in Week 2.
It’s really hard to say what will happen with the starters on the sideline so quickly on but with Washington being the home team and the Bengals traveling two weeks in a row, it might be tough for them to pull out a win.
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What channel is the Bengals’ second preseason game on today?
Fans can watch the game on the Bengals’ TV Network or NFL Network.
Bengals vs. Washington live stream
This Friday night’s game can be live-streamed on Bengals.com or on Fubo TV.
Bengals next game and schedule
There are only three preseason games this year so this will be the halfway mark for Cincinnati. After this game, they’ll return home to face the Dolphins on August 29 for their final preseason matchup of the year. The Bengals’ first game of the regular season will come on Sept. 12 against the Vikings.