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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Jacksonville Jaguars FREE LIVE STREAM (12/3/23): Watch NFL Week 13 online | Time, TV, Channel. The Cincinnati Bengals, led by Jake Browning, meet the Jacksonville Jaguars, led by quarterback Trevor Lawrence, in a regular season game on Monday, Dec.4, 2023 (12/4/23) at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.


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The Jacksonville Jaguars will be making their first appearance on Monday Night Football since 2011. The 12-year drought had been the NFL’s longest in the primetime spot.


Of late, the Jaguars have been on a roll. Behind quarterback Trevor Lawrence, they’ve won seven of the last eight games, and have a comfortable two-game cushion in the AFC South.


As for the Bengals, they’ve been reeling, holding down last place in the AFC North. They’re still seeking their first win without Joe Burrow, who is out for the season following wrist surgery. They’ve lost three in a row. Jake Browning, who took over for Burrow during the Week 11 loss to the Ravens, will be starting for the second straight week.


Here’s what you need to know:


What: NFL, Week 13


Who: Bengals vs. Jaguars


When: Monday, Dec.4, 2023


Where: TIAA Bank Field


Time: 8:15 p.m.


TV: ESPN


Josh Allen remembers the moment he heard the Jacksonville Jaguars would be playing on Monday Night Football.


He was working out in Arizona in May and picked up his phone to scroll through highlights of the 2023 schedule.


I screamed, the pass rusher recalled Thursday.


It meant that much to Allen. The primetime showcase might mean even more to the small-market franchise.


The Jaguars (8-3) will return to the coveted spot for the first time in a dozen years when they host the reeling Cincinnati Bengals (5-6) to end the Week 13 schedule.


Every team in the league has played on Monday Night Football at least seven times since Jacksonville’s 38-14 home loss to Philip Rivers and the then-San Diego Chargers on Dec. 5, 2011.


Six teams — Chicago, New Orleans, the New York Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle — have each played more than 20 times on MNF since.


The Jaguars, meanwhile, kept getting overlooked — even after making the AFC title game in the 2017 season. Their market played a role. So did the team’s lack of success; Jacksonville finished with double-digit losses 10 times in 11 seasons between 2011 and 2021.


We just got to keep winning, Allen said. If we keep winning and then they see us in the Super Bowl, I really could care less about how people feel or how they see us. That’s really how we rock. We win games, and you don’t hear about us.


The Jaguars are making noise. They’ve won seven of their past eight this season and 14 of 18 going back to last season. And they hope to keep it going against the Bengals, who have lost three in a row and will be without star quarterback Joe Burrow following season-ending wrist surgery.


It’s obviously exciting, Jaguars coach Doug Pederson said. It’s always an electric moment. We’ll have conversations this week. It’s really just approaching it the same, learning to control your emotions. I want the guys to feel relaxed, but at the same time, continue to have that edge that we’ve had the last couple of weeks.


Monday night is a special night. You’re the only game on, everybody is watching you and you want to put your best foot forward.


The Bengals have struggled to do that on one of the league’s brightest stages. Cincinnati is 3-20 on the road in Monday night games, the worst record in NFL history. The Bengals have lost nine in a row on the road on MNF, with their previous victory coming against Cleveland in 1990.


They probably need to end the skid against Jacksonville to avoid fading in the crowded AFC playoff picture.


No one is out of it; no one is in, Bengals coach Zac Taylor said. We’re right where we need to be. We just have to play our best football. Plenty of opportunity in front of us with people we play against that are in similar positions, maybe slightly more favorable.


Taylor and his younger brother, Press, will be on opposite sidelines for the first time since the 2020 season. Press Taylor is Jacksonville’s offensive coordinator and play-caller.


Press also has the edge in their head-to-head NFL matchups, posting a 2-1-1 record against Zac. Their most recent meeting came in 2020, with Zac in his second season as the Bengals coach and Press on Pederson’s staff in Philadelphia. It ended in a 23-23 tie.


Burrow and his teammates are still getting over the shock of his injury, offensive coordinator Brian Callahan said this week. Burrow was in street clothes on the sideline during last week’s loss to Pittsburgh and had surgery Monday.


I think it’s a difficult thing to wrap your mind around, to be out there at the game the next week watching someone else run the offense and not being able to, Callahan said. I think that’s a hard thing so I give him a little bit of grace for how difficult that probably is for him.


Cincinnati’s lack of a consistent run game makes Browning’s job more difficult. The Bengals have struggled to run all season despite having Joe Mixon behind an offensive line that was fortified in the offseason by signing four-time Pro Bowl left tackle Orlando Brown Jr.


As for the Bengals, they have lost three in a row and are trying to muster enough offense with backup QB Joe Browning. Their task has been made more difficult by an ineffective running game. The Bengals are last in the NFL in rushing, averaging 75.8 yards a game.


One storyline that has gained traction is the meeting of Bengals coach Zac Taylor and his younger brother, Press, who will be on opposite sidelines for the first time since the 2020 season. Press Taylor is Jacksonville’s offensive coordinator and play caller.

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