• ***OVER 44*** The Jaguars offense is coming off a six-point performance against the Saints defense, but Week 7 it will be a different story with them taking on arguably the worst defense in the league. It will be a strong bounce-back outing for Minshew and I predict that Fournette will feast on the league's worst rushing defense with what will be another 100 rushing yard performance. I lean Jacksonville -4.5 here but the value bet is on the OVER 44.

    My Pick: Over 44 70%
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      7 bold score predictions for Jaguars vs. Bengals - Big Cat CountryThe Jacksonville Jaguars (2-4) are traveling to play the Cincinnati Bengals (0-6) and you all know the drill Jacksonville needs a win, they cant lose against a Bengals team with so many... https://www.bigcatcountry.com/2019/10/19/20922771/7-bold-score-predictions-for-jaguars-vs-bengals

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        • @Covers • 2d
           Jacksonville Jaguars vs Cincinnati Bengals on 2019-10-20 added by Covers

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        • @OddsShark • 2d
           Jacksonville Jaguars vs Cincinnati Bengals on 2019-10-20 added by OddsShark

          Betting Prediction for Jacksonville Jaguars vs Cincinnati Bengals on October 20, 2019, 1:00 PM ET

          Free Betting Prediction: Jacksonville will Win , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .

          If the Jacksonville Jaguars are going to stay in playoff contention until Nick Foles gets healthy again, they can't afford to look past the winless Bengals when they visit Cincinnati on Sunday. Cincy fell to 0-6 last week with a 23-17 loss in Baltimore, while the Jags are 2-4 following a 13-6 home loss to New Orleans. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2B0truH

        • @Jaguars • 1d

          Pro Football Focus: NFL Week 7 PFF ReFocused: Jacksonville Jaguars 27, Cincinnati Bengals 17

          Oct 20, 2019; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (91) celebrates his pick six in the second half against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

          After a total of 19 points in the first three quarters, a flurry of points, made possible in part by a flurry of Cincinnati Bengals turnovers, helped the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 27-17 win Sunday as part of Week 7.

          PFF's ReFocused series features immediate takeaways from the two analysts who graded the game live.

          Oct 20, 2019; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (91) celebrates his pick six in the second half against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

          After a total of 19 points in the first three quarters, a flurry of points, made possible in part by a flurry of Cincinnati Bengals turnovers, helped the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 27-17 win Sunday as part of Week 7.

          PFF's ReFocused series features immediate takeaways from the two analysts who graded the game live.

        • @Jaguars • 2d
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          Big Cat Country: How the Jaguars run game can be successful against the Bengals

          The Jacksonville Jaguars are going against arguably the worst team in the NFL this Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals, whom are 0-6 to start the season. The Bengals rush defense is ranked dead last, so Leonard Fournette should have a big day -- which is great for the passing offense because Gardner Minshew is coming off his worst game of the season.

          Keep in mind, Leonard Fournette has the opportunity to break a franchise record on Sunday. He is only 28 yards away from surpassing Fred Taylor for most rushing yards through 28 career games.

          #Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette will likely break a record on Sunday.

          The Jacksonville Jaguars are going against arguably the worst team in the NFL this Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals, whom are 0-6 to start the season. The Bengals rush defense is ranked dead last, so Leonard Fournette should have a big day -- which is great for the passing offense because Gardner Minshew is coming off his worst game of the season.

          Keep in mind, Leonard Fournette has the opportunity to break a franchise record on Sunday. He is only 28 yards away from surpassing Fred Taylor for most rushing yards through 28 career games.

          #Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette will likely break a record on Sunday.

        • @Bengals • 2d

          Fansided: Cincinnati Bengals: 5 Questions About the Jaguars With Black and Teal

          The Bengals and rookie head coach Zac Taylor are still searching for their first win as the season's halfway point draws near. This week, the 2-4 Jaguars come to town. However, rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew seems to have injected some life into their season.

          With that backdrop, here is what Levin of FanSided's Jaguars site Black and Teal, had to say about Sunday's matchup.

          SH: Jags quarterback Gardner Minshew is still an unknown beyond his mustache to a lot of NFL fans, what does he do well and what needs the most work?

          BAT: He is as calm a quarterback as I have witnessed in my time covering football and as a fan of the game.

          The Bengals and rookie head coach Zac Taylor are still searching for their first win as the season's halfway point draws near. This week, the 2-4 Jaguars come to town. However, rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew seems to have injected some life into their season.

          With that backdrop, here is what Levin of FanSided's Jaguars site Black and Teal, had to say about Sunday's matchup.

          SH: Jags quarterback Gardner Minshew is still an unknown beyond his mustache to a lot of NFL fans, what does he do well and what needs the most work?

          BAT: He is as calm a quarterback as I have witnessed in my time covering football and as a fan of the game.

        • @Bengals • 2d
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          Cincy Jungle: NFL Week 7 Jaguars at Bengals game preview: Of feline and feral

          As the calendar chugs along into autumn, the Cincinnati Bengals are in a sadly familiar state of affairs. Whether it's on-field issues, or disgruntled players off of it, the team has an eerily similar look to that of the 1990s.

          This Sunday, they host the up-and-down Jaguars, who are 2-4 on the season. Like Cincinnati, they've suffered critical personnel losses, be it by their choice or not, but have steadied the boat in rough waters better than the Bengals.

          Jacksonville is a team that "wins ugly", as they say. The two teams they have beaten have combined for a 4-9 record (Titans and Broncos) and neither win was overly-dominant.

          As the calendar chugs along into autumn, the Cincinnati Bengals are in a sadly familiar state of affairs. Whether it's on-field issues, or disgruntled players off of it, the team has an eerily similar look to that of the 1990s.

          This Sunday, they host the up-and-down Jaguars, who are 2-4 on the season. Like Cincinnati, they've suffered critical personnel losses, be it by their choice or not, but have steadied the boat in rough waters better than the Bengals.

          Jacksonville is a team that "wins ugly", as they say. The two teams they have beaten have combined for a 4-9 record (Titans and Broncos) and neither win was overly-dominant.

        • @Bengals • 2d
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          Cincy Jungle: 5 players and matchups to watch for in Bengals vs. Jaguars

          For the Bengals' third home game of the season, the 2-4 Jaguars present an opportunity to test how weak some units on the team really are. There isn't a unique strength that the Bengals currently possess, but the Jaguars aren't exactly a powerhouse in their own right.

          The biggest mismatch in this game is the Jaguars' passing game (sixth in Football Outsiders' DVOA, 19th in Expected Points per Play, 22nd in Success Rate) vs. the Bengals passing defense (30th in DVOA, 28th in EPA/Play, 29th in Success Rate). The advantage is with the Jaguars, but after struggling against the Saints last week, they're far from dominant.

          For the Bengals' third home game of the season, the 2-4 Jaguars present an opportunity to test how weak some units on the team really are. There isn't a unique strength that the Bengals currently possess, but the Jaguars aren't exactly a powerhouse in their own right.

          The biggest mismatch in this game is the Jaguars' passing game (sixth in Football Outsiders' DVOA, 19th in Expected Points per Play, 22nd in Success Rate) vs. the Bengals passing defense (30th in DVOA, 28th in EPA/Play, 29th in Success Rate). The advantage is with the Jaguars, but after struggling against the Saints last week, they're far from dominant.

        • @Jaguars • 3d

          Fansided: Jaguars defense moves forward against the Bengals

          It's no secret the attention of the Jacksonville Jaguars defense turned from life with or without Jalen Ramsey to life with Tre Herndon now entrenched as the team's full-time starter at cornerback opposite A.J. Bouye.

          A small resume of what we have seen so far might indicate the Jaguars are in good hands with Herndon, although he is not the type of player Ramsey was in the Jaguars defensive scheme. In his defense, not many players in the NFL can be what Ramsey has become and what the Jaguars fan base has come to expect.

          It's no secret the attention of the Jacksonville Jaguars defense turned from life with or without Jalen Ramsey to life with Tre Herndon now entrenched as the team's full-time starter at cornerback opposite A.J. Bouye.

          A small resume of what we have seen so far might indicate the Jaguars are in good hands with Herndon, although he is not the type of player Ramsey was in the Jaguars defensive scheme. In his defense, not many players in the NFL can be what Ramsey has become and what the Jaguars fan base has come to expect.

        • @Bengals • 3d
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          Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard expected to play on Sunday vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

          (Photo: Kareem Elgazzar)

          Darqueze Dennard's removal from the PUP list has pretty much become a formality.

          Dennard was cleared to practice this week. He went through three practice sessions without a hiccup. He's expected to make his season debut on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium versus the Jacksonville Jaguars.

          The cornerback's probable return couldn't have come at a more useful time.

          Cincinnati's cornerback depth took a massive blow in Week 6. Starting corners Dre Kirkpatrick and William Jackson III both suffered injuries that will keep them out for an extended period of time.

          (Photo: Kareem Elgazzar)

          Darqueze Dennard's removal from the PUP list has pretty much become a formality.

          Dennard was cleared to practice this week. He went through three practice sessions without a hiccup. He's expected to make his season debut on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium versus the Jacksonville Jaguars.

          The cornerback's probable return couldn't have come at a more useful time.

          Cincinnati's cornerback depth took a massive blow in Week 6. Starting corners Dre Kirkpatrick and William Jackson III both suffered injuries that will keep them out for an extended period of time.

        • @Jaguars • 4d

          Big Cat Country: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Week 7 TV coverage map on CBS

          The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the road again against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are banged up on both sides of the ball. Gardner Minshew and the rest of the offense will look for a get right game before coming back to a two-game home stand and then a much-needed bye week.

          The TV coverage on CBS is pretty localized to throughout the Southeast and the Ohio area. Thanks to 506 Sports for the easy-to-read map. The yellow represents markets where the Jaguars-Bengals will be on.

          The announcing for Jacksonville's game will be handled by Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon.

          The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the road again against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are banged up on both sides of the ball. Gardner Minshew and the rest of the offense will look for a get right game before coming back to a two-game home stand and then a much-needed bye week.

          The TV coverage on CBS is pretty localized to throughout the Southeast and the Ohio area. Thanks to 506 Sports for the easy-to-read map. The yellow represents markets where the Jaguars-Bengals will be on.

          The announcing for Jacksonville's game will be handled by Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon.

        • @Bengals • 4d
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          Cincinnati.com: 3 keys: Bengals can't afford another sluggish start against the Jacksonville Jaguars

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          The Cincinnati Bengals need some home cooking after getting ran all over by Lamar Jackson and Baltimore Ravens. This week, the Jacksonville Jaguars come to town.

          Jacksonville's had an eventful week. The Jaguars acquiesced and traded their best player in cornerback Jalen Ramsey to the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday.

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          The Cincinnati Bengals need some home cooking after getting ran all over by Lamar Jackson and Baltimore Ravens. This week, the Jacksonville Jaguars come to town.

          Jacksonville's had an eventful week. The Jaguars acquiesced and traded their best player in cornerback Jalen Ramsey to the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday.

        • @Bengals • 6d
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          Cincinnati.com: Bengals corners Dre Kirkpatrick, William Jackson III to miss game action

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          Injuries are mounting for the Cincinnati Bengals.

          Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick is expected to miss about a month due to a hyperextended left knee. Kirkpatrick had his leg rolled up on and his knee extended back when Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews was pushed to the sideline by Bengals free safety Jessie Bates late in the first quarter.

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          Injuries are mounting for the Cincinnati Bengals.

          Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick is expected to miss about a month due to a hyperextended left knee. Kirkpatrick had his leg rolled up on and his knee extended back when Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews was pushed to the sideline by Bengals free safety Jessie Bates late in the first quarter.

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