After taking down the almighty Baltimore Ravens last week in dominating fashion, the Cincinnati Bengals now have an “easier” test awaiting them in Week 8. They’ll head to New Jersey to face the lowly New York Jets, who have just one win through six games.
This game might seem like a trap game to some but the Jets are in an even worse position than they already were in, as they’ve lost rookie quarterback Zach Wilson for a few weeks due to injury. That means that Western Kentucky product Mike White will get the start against the 5-2 and No. 1 seed (!!!!!) Bengals.
This game should be all Bengals but you never know what will happen in the NFL. Anything can happen and that’s why we all love watching every week.
Bengals Injury Report vs Jets Week 8
The following players are out for today’s game:
Running Back Chris Evans
Wide Receiver Auden Tate
Chris Evans Injury Update
It’s a decent injury situation for Cincinnati when the most noteworthy injury entering this game is a third-string running back and fourth-string wide receiver. Sixth-round rookie Chris Evans didn’t practice this week due to a hamstring injury and is OUT for Sunday’s matchup in New Jersey.
Bengals vs Jets Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 8
WynnBET has the Bengals as massive road favorites against the Jets, currently sitting as 12.0-point favorites with a moneyline of -525. The Jets’ moneyline is +350. The over/under is set at 43.0 points.
With how dominant the Bengals have looked in recent weeks and how miserable the Jets have looked, it’s no wonder that WynnBET has Cincinnati favored by so much. With Wilson out and White starting at quarterback, there’s no reason the Bengals shouldn’t pound the Jets into the ground on Sunday.
Let’s go with a 34-14 Bengals victory.
What Channel is the Bengals Game on Week 8
Today’s game can be viewed on CBS. The broadcast crew of Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, and Melanie Collins will be on the call once again this week.
Bengals vs Jets Live Stream
Fans can live-stream today’s game on FuboTV.
Bengals Next Game and Schedule
The Bengals have one game after this before heading into the BYE week and it’ll be an important one, as the Battle of Ohio will take place in the Queen City. Here’s what the next four weeks look like for Cincinnati.
Week 9 vs Cleveland
Week 10 BYE
Week 11 @ Las Vegas
Week 12 vs Pittsburgh