Bengals-Jaguars Monday Night Football highlights: Cincy wins in OT; Trevor Lawrence hurt

The Cincinnati Bengals (6-6) didn’t need Joe Burrow to upset the Jacksonville Jaguars (8-4) when they did so, 34-31, in overtime in a Monday night game where Trevor Lawrence was hurt.

Evan McPherson hit a 48-yard field goal at EverBank Stadium to give quarterback Jake Browning his first NFL win.

Browning went 32-of-37 for 354 yards and a 76-yard touchdown to Ja’Marr Chase in the third quarter. He found the star receiver again in overtime to help march the Bengals down the field for McPherson’s game-winning kick. Chase finished with 11 catches for 149 yards.

Tee Higgins had three catches for 36 yards in his return from a hamstring injury. Cincinnati had 156 rushing yards led by Joe Mixon who had 19 carries for 68 yards and two touchdowns.

The win comes after Browning’s first start last week, a 16-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

“I really think it started up front, we were able to run the ball really well and really efficiently,” Browning said on the ESPN broadcast after the game. “… Then I think just having a week under my belt was huge. I think that’s really, that’s not a fancy answer, but that’s really I think what it was.”

Lawrence was injured in the fourth quarter when he was sacked and offensive lineman Walker Little stepped on his right ankle. The quarterback shuffled off the field and went to the X-ray room after going 22-of-29 for 258 yards and two touchdowns. C.J. Beathard filled in for him, but couldn’t power Jacksonville to a victory that would have put them at the front of the AFC standings.

Christian Kirk suffered a groin injury on Jacksonville’s first offensive play of the game. He did not return. His absence opened the door for rookie Parker Washington, who had six catches for 61 yards and his first career touchdown.

Brandon McManus sent the game into overtime with a 40-yard field goal after missing a 48-yard attempt earlier in the fourth quarter.

There were five ties in the game, the most in a game so far this season, per the ESPN broadcast.

“It feels good, definitely had to earn it, I needed even some overtime to get it done,” Browning said. “… It’s been a long time since I won a game, so it feels good.” — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals vs. Jaguars highlights

Jake Browning threw for 354 yards and a touchdown in his second career start, and the Bengals stunned the Jaguars in overtime.

Winners and losers from Bengals' OT win over Jaguars


Jake Browning: The undrafted quarterback out of Washington got his first career NFL win, doing so impressively, delivering the Bengals' first win on "Monday Night Football" since 1990. Browning completed 32 of 37 passes for 354 yards and a touchdown for a passer rating of 115.5. It was just Browning's second career NFL start.

Ja'Marr Chase: Browning had some help in his breakthrough performance. The Bengals receiver — who goes by "7-Eleven" because he claims to always be open — gathered in 11 of Browning's 12 targets for 149 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown play.

Top AFC contenders: The Jaguars had an opportunity to move into the top spot in the AFC with a win, and in the driver's seat for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Jacksonville's loss keeps the Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens — each 9-3 — atop the AFC as the Jaguars dropped into a tie with the Kansas City Chiefs at 8-4. The Jaguars face the Ravens in Week 15 on "Sunday Night Football" in what will be a huge game for the AFC playoff picture, but might have to face one of the NFL's top teams without Trevor Lawrence.


Jaguars' Super Bowl hopes: With an opportunity to control their path toward home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs ahead of them, the Jaguars were bested by a backup quarterback on their home field. Now, the Jaguars — one of four NFL teams to have never appeared in a Super Bowl — might have to hold off the upstart Houston Texans (7-5) and surprising Gardner Minshew-led Indianapolis Colts (7-5) to win the division.

Quarterbacks: Lawrence's ankle injury is just the latest in a long line of injuries suffered by starting quarterbacks this season, joining Aaron Rodgers (Achilles), Kirk Cousins (Achilles), Deshaun Watson (shoulder), Anthony Richardson (shoulder), Joe Burrow (wrist), Daniel Jones (knee) and Kenny Pickett (ankle). — Jim Reineking

Bengals 34, Jaguars 31: Evan McPherson's OT field goal wins it

With less than two minutes remaining in overtime, Evan McPherson made winners of the Jake Browning-led Bengals, nailing a 48-yard field goal to win the game.

Browning helped guide the Bengals into field-goal range with a 12-play, 42-yard drive to get the ball to the Jaguars' 30-yard line. The big play of the drive was a juggling 17-yard catch by Ja'Marr Chase that got the ball near midfield. Tee Higgins added an 11-yard catch on the drive. — Jim Reineking

Jaguars come up empty on first drive of overtime

The Jaguars missed their opportunity to close out the game on the first possession of overtime.

Calvin Ridley snagged an impressive 43-yard catch from C.J. Beathard that would have put them at the Cincinnati 2-yard line, but a holding call brought the ball back.

The Bengals defense forced fourth-and-21 and the Jaguars punted. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals-Jaguars goes into overtime

The Jaguars and Bengals are headed to overtime with the game tied at 31 at the end of regulation.

Brandon McManus kicked a 40-yard field goal to even the score with 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

The Bengals attempted to march down the field and had some momentum with an 18-yard rush from Joe Mixon, but Jake Browning couldn’t get Cincinnati far enough for Evan McPherson to attempt a game-winning kick.

Jacksonville won the coin toss and will receive the kick. They are without quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who is out with an ankle injury. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals 31, Jaguars 31: Jacksonville ties game with 30 seconds left

The Jaguars and Bengals are most likely headed to overtime as Brandon McManus kicked a 40-yard field goal.

C.J. Beathard took over at quarterback for an injured Trevor Lawrence and was sacked twice, forcing the kick attempt. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals 31, Jaguars 28: Evan McPherson gives Cincy lead late

The Bengals did what the Jaguars could not do and nailed a 54-yard field goal to go ahead 31-28 with 2:28 left in the game.

On fourth-and-14, Evan McPherson lined up for the kick and sent it in to take the lead.

The drive featured a 21-yard run from Jake Browning, two false start penalties on Cincinnati and a sack by Josh Allen, who has 1.5 and an interception on the day. — Victoria Hernandez

Trevor Lawrence suffers lower leg injury

Trevor Lawrence hurt his leg in the fourth quarter while being sacked by Trey Hendrickson. While the pocket collapsed around him, offensive lineman Walker Little stepped on his right ankle. Lawrence then fell backward, landing on his knee with his leg folded underneath him.

Lawrence sat on his knees and took his helmet off and slammed it onto the turf. He shuffled to the locker room with the help of athletic trainers. The ESPN broadcast said he was in the X-ray room and was questionable to return. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals 28, Jaguars 28: Jake Browning sneak gives game its fourth tie

Jake Browning and Ja’Marr Chase led the Bengals on a game-tying nine-play, 48-yard drive touchdown drive to even the score 28-28. The drive was capped off with a 1-yard TD on a Browning QB sneak.

Chase had two catches during the drive, including a clutch 6-yard catch on fourth-and-4 to extend Cincinnati’s possession.

Browning is up to 300 yards passing and a touchdown. Chase has nine catches, 124 yards and a touchdown. — Tyler Dragon

Jaguars up after three quarters

It’s been a back-and-forth game, but the Jaguars have a 28-21 lead after three quarters.

Jacksonville scored twice in the third period, a 1-yard touchdown dive from Trevor Lawrence and a 14-yard catch from Parker Washington, the first of his career.

The Bengals impressed with a 76-yard touchdown from Ja’Marr Chase off another impressive pass from Jake Browning.

But Jacksonville seemingly took momentum when Josh Allen snagged an interception on a trick play. The turnover led to Lawrence’s rushing touchdown. — Victoria Hernandez

Jaguars 28, Bengals 21: Jags capitalize on ill-advised Tyler Boyd throw

The Bengals made the Jaguars work for it, but Jacksonville turned the first turnover of the game into a touchdown.

After Josh Allen intercepted a trick play, Trevor Lawrence only had nine yards to get to the end zone, but it took him all four plays to get there.

On fourth-and-1, the quarterback took the snap and leaped over the line of scrimmage Jumpman-logo style to score the touchdown. — Victoria Hernandez

Tyler Boyd throws INT on trick play

Bengals head coach and play caller Zac Taylor made a questionable play call and it backfired for Cincinnati.

Bengals QB Jake Browning threw a backwards pass to WR Tyler Boyd. Boyd caught the football as Jacksonville players diagnosed the trick play. Boyd then attempted a pass to RB Joe Mixon, and it was picked off by Jaguars LB Josh Allen and returned 8 yards to Cincinnati’s 9-yard line.

The interception was the first turnover of the game. — Tyler Dragon

Bengals 21, Jaguars 21: Jaguars rookie scores his first NFL TD to tie game

Jaguars rookie Parker Washington snagged a catch at the top of the end zone for his first career touchdown. Trevor Lawrence threw the ball 14 yards and past safety Dax Hill for Washington to grab as he fell right on the top edge of the end zone.

The rookie has stepped up as Christian Kirk is out with a groin injury. He got his first career catch earlier in the game and now has four receptions for 47 yards.

Washington was selected in the sixth round of this spring’s draft out of Penn State.

The Jaguars and Bengals are tied at 21. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals 21, Jaguars 14: Ja’Marr Chase makes house call

The Bengals have their first lead of the game.

Bengals QB Jake Browning delivered a perfect pass to star wideout Ja’Marr Chase on a go-route. Chase caught the football over Jaguars CB Tyson Campbell and raced down the field for a 76-yard touchdown.

Chase now has a game-high seven catches, 104 yards and one touchdown. Browning still only has two incompletions. He’s completed 19-of-21 passes for 261 yards and one touchdown. — Tyler Dragon

Jaguars WR Christian Kirk ruled out

Christian Kirk will not be returning on Monday night after suffering a groin injury on the Jaguars' first offensive play of the game.

Lisa Salters shared the news on the ESPN broadcast after Jacksonville went three-and-out to start the third quarter. The Jaguars announced that the wide receiver was downgraded to out along with cornerback Tre Herndon, who was diagnosed with a concussion.

After making a 26-yard catch, Kirk fell hard to the turf and laid on the ground for a while before hobbling to the locker room. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals, Jaguars all tied up at halftime

The Jaguars find themselves in a competitive game at halftime.

Trevor Lawrence led the Jaguars on two touchdown drives, including a 10-play, 75-yard TD drive that gave Jacksonville a 14-7 lead with 6:24 left in the second quarter. However, Jake Browning and the Bengals responded with an impressive 12-play touchdown series of their own to tie the score 14-14.

The scored remained 14-14 when the first half expired.

Browning was the biggest surprise of the first half. He’s completed 17-of-19 passes for 178 yards. Bengals running back Joe Mixon has both the team’s touchdowns.

While the first half was a bit of a surprise, Jacksonville never trailed in the first 30 minutes of football. The Jaguars scored on their first drive and reached the end zone again in the second quarter, but the Bengals have answered each time.

Lawrence has 117 yards and a touchdown at halftime.

Jaguars linebacker Foyesade Oluokun has a game-high eight tackles. — Tyler Dragon

Bengals 14, Jaguars 14: Joe Mixon gets second TD of game

Joe Mixon scored his second touchdown of the day, a 2-yard run up the middle to even the score yet again.

Quarterback Jake Browning was 5-of-6 for 53 yards on the drive. He has 178 yards on the game.

The Bengals have racked up more yards in the first half (227) than total yardage last week (222) in a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. — Victoria Hernandez

Jaguars 14, Bengals 7: Evan Engram scores his first TD of season

The Jaguars answered Cincinnati’s touchdown with a 10-play, 75-yard touchdown drive to retake a 14-7 lead.

Trevor Lawrence had a nice back-shoulder pass to wideout Calvin Ridley for a 21-yard gain. On the very next play, Lawrence tossed a short pass to tight end Evan Engram and Engram scampered down the left sideline 22 yards for a touchdown.

The touchdown was Engram’s first of the season. — Tyler Dragon

Bengals 7, Jaguars 7: Joe Mixon TD ties up game

The Bengals tied the game with a scrappy touchdown run from Joe Mixon.

Jake Browning got Cincinnati in scoring position with 80 passing yards between four different receivers, including a 14-yard toss to Tee Higgins in his return from injury.

From the 6-yard line, Mixon powered his way to the goal line. As he was falling forward, he expertly kept his feet shuffling forward without letting his knee touch the turf.

Evan McPherson made the extra point to tie the game 7-7. — Victoria Hernandez

Jaguars have 7-0 advantage at end of first quarter

The underdog Bengals had some missed opportunities in the first quarter.

Cincinnati turned the ball over on downs on its first possession which let to a Jaguars touchdown and kicker Evan McPherson missed a long 57-yard field goal on the team’s second series.

Despite two unsuccessful drives, the Bengals only trailed 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence had 35 passing yards in the quarter. Most of Lawrence’s yards came on a 26-yard completion to wide receiver Christian Kirk. The only touchdown was scored by running back Travis Etienne, who reached the end zone on a 4-yard run. — Tyler Dragon

Evan McPherson misses 57-yard field goal attempt

The Bengals have yet to score with the first quarter ticking down.

After a pass from Jake Browning that Joe Mixon took for 28 yards, Cincinnati couldn’t get much going.

On fourth-and-9, Evan McPherson lined up for a 57-yard field goal. He kicked the ball and it sailed down the field seemingly centered between the goal posts, but it lost altitude and doinked off the bottom crossbar.

McPherson holds the franchise record with a 59-yard field goal, which he kicked last season, besting his previous 58-yard record. — Victoria Hernandez

Why do Jaguars fans chant 'DUUUVAL'?

“Duuuval!” is a rallying cry of sorts for Jaguars fans to show support for Jacksonville’s NFL franchise. The chant comes from Duval, the county in Florida in which Jacksonville is located.

The origins of the chant are hard to nail down, but this is what we know.

Jaguars 7, Bengals 0: Jags capitalize off defensive stop

The Jaguars offense took over possession of the football after their defense got a big stop and drove down the field 51 yards for a touchdown.

Jags QB Trevor Lawrence had a big 26-yard completion to WR Christian Kirk, who injured his groin on the play. Six plays later, running back Travis Etienne rushed to the right side for a 4-yard touchdown.

The Jaguars’ score marked just their first opening drive touchdown this season. — Tyler Dragon

Christian Kirk shaken up after long catch

Trevor Lawrence and Christian Kirk got the Jaguars offense going early with a monster 26-yard catch on their first offensive play of the game.

Kirk grabbed the throw after leaping in the air and he landed on the turf on his back untouched by the Bengals defense. The wide receiver laid on the ground, visibly in pain and the ESPN broadcast went to commercial. When the game returned, Kirk was hobbling into the tunnel walking on his own power but being escorted by athletic trainers.

The Jaguars announced later that Kirk was questionable to return with a groin injury. — Victoria Hernandez

Bengals stopped on fourth down on opening drive

The Bengals had a promising first drive going but they turned the ball over on downs in Jacksonville territory.

Bengals coach Zac Taylor elected to go for it on fourth down from Jacksonville’s 44-yard line, but Jake Browning was engulfed in the backfield by Jaguars defensive ends Travon Walker and Josh Allen in the backfield for a sack.

Allen came into Monday with 12 sacks on the season. Walker has 4.5 sacks this year. — Tyler Dragon

Playoff picture: Jaguars can move into No. 1 spot in AFC

With a win over the Bengals on Monday night, the Jaguars would move atop the conference and then control the path to home-field advantage. — Nate Davis

Bengals, Jaguars face off in white and black uniforms

They say it’s a game of chess, not checkers.

Either way, the Bengals are wearing their all-white uniforms against the Jaguars, who are playing in their blackout uniforms.

Cincinnati debuted their highly anticipated White Bengal helmet last season and have a slightly tweaked white uniform this year. They wore the combination in a Week 3 win over the Los Angeles Rams.

The Jaguars introduced the all-black uniform combination when their look was revamped ahead of the 2019 season.

EverBank Stadium is painted with black end zones to go with the blackout theme. — Victoria Hernandez

PHOTOS: Alternate and throwback uniforms of 2023 NFL season

How long is Joe Burrow out?

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow suffered a torn ligament in his right wrist during Cincinnati’s 34-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Nov. 16. The injury to his throwing hand will keep the Pro Bowl quarterback out for the rest of the season.

Burrow had surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist on Nov. 27.

"The procedure went as planned and he is expected to make a complete recovery," the Bengals said in a statement.

Jake Browning — who went undrafted out of the University of Washington in 2019 and joined the Bengals in 2021 — is starting in Burrow's place. — Jim Reineking

What time is Jaguars vs. Bengals?

The Bengals at Jaguars game will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET.

How to watch Jaguars vs. Bengals MNF game: TV channel, streaming

The Bengals-Jaguars game will air on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes. The game is also available to stream for free on Fubo.

ESPN2 will play home to the "ManningCast" featuring Peyton and Eli Manning and a trio of guests that includes Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, sportscaster/television personality Kay Adams and former NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco.

Bengals vs. Jaguars predictions and odds

The Jaguars are favorites to defeat the Bengals, according to BetMGM NFL odds.

  • Spread: Jaguars (-10)

  • Moneyline: Jaguars (-500); Bengals (+375)

  • Over/under: 46

USA TODAY Sports’ staff picks for this game:

  • Lorenzo Reyes: Jaguars 23, Bengals 17 — Jacksonville should win this game. It has the better defense and a clear advantage at quarterback. The problem is that the Jaguars stumble in high-leverage situations, overthinking key play calls and opting for questionable decisions inside the two-minute drill. This line is a bit too rich for me.

  • Tyler Dragon: Jaguars 27, Bengals 17 — As expected, life without Joe Burrow has not gone well for the Bengals. Cincinnati’s losing streak continues this week. The Jaguars are in contention for the No. 1 seed in the AFC. Jaguars linebacker Foyesade Oluokun is top five in the NFL in tackles and edge rusher Josh Allen is top five in the league in sacks.

  • Safid Deen: Jaguars 27, Bengals 13Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars are rolling with an 8-3 record and a huge win over the Texans last week. They should sail smoothly against the Bengals without Joe Burrow.

  • Victoria Hernandez: Jaguars 27, Bengals 17 — The Bengals are not the same team without Joe Burrow and have dropped three straight. The Jaguars have impressed with seven wins in eight games. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence continues to utilize the tools at his disposal. They shouldn’t have a problem excelling in this matchup.

  • Jordan Mendoza: Jaguars 30, Bengals 17 — Jacksonville has made it a habit of soundly beating bad teams, and playing against a Joe Burrow-less Bengals team giving them another opportunity for a big win. In a primetime home game, the Jaguars cruise to a win with the defense making life tough for Jake Browning for a two-score victory.

Jaguars among NFL’s best teams since last season

Doug Pederson has helped changed the fortune of the Jaguars since he was hired in 2022. The Jaguars have a 15-5 record since Week 9 of the 2022 season. It’s the fifth best record in the NFL in that span.

Currently at 8-3, the Jaguars are in contention for the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoff race. — Tyler Dragon

Evan McPherson accurate from long range

Bengals kicker Evan McPherson has made six field goals from 50-plus yards this season. Only Colts kicker Matt Gay (7) and Browns kicker Dustin Hopkins (7) have converted more field goals from 50-plus yards this year.

McPherson’s made 83% of his field goals since the Bengals drafted him in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL draft. — Tyler Dragon

Ochocino is Manningcast guest for Bengals vs. Jaguars

Former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson, aka Ochocinco, will be among guests for the "Monday Night Football" ManningCast with Peyton and Eli on ESPN2, according to Omaha Productions. Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa also will be a guest.

In September, Johnson wore a Ja'Marr Chase jersey for his induction into the Bengals’ Ring of Honor.

Bengals vs. Jaguars: 'Monday Night Football' betting advice

Highlighting Monday Night Football odds, the Jacksonville Jaguars are among the best bets for NFL Week 13 as home favorites. The Jaguars are favored by 10 points over the Cincinnati Bengals, according to the BetMGM NFL odds. Looking to wager? Check out the best mobile sports betting apps offering NFL betting promos in 2023.

According to the top NFL betting apps, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (+2200) has some of the best NFL MVP betting odds in 2023. The Jaguars (+1600) are among teams with the best Super Bowl betting odds.

Not interested in this game? Our guide to NFL betting odds, picks and spreads has you covered with Thursday Night Football odds, Sunday Night Football odds and more.

If you’re new to sports betting, don’t worry. We have tips for beginners on how to place a bet online. And USA TODAY readers can claim exclusive promos and bonus codes with these online sportsbooks and sports betting sites. — Richard Morin

Bengals vs. Jaguars inactives

Bengals' inactive players:

  • RB Chris Evans

  • LB Devin Harper

  • C Trey Hill

  • OT D'Ante Smith

  • DT Jay Tufele

Jaguars' inactive players:

  • TE Brenton Strange

  • CB Montaric Brown

  • LB Yasir Abdullah

  • WR Elijah Cooks

  • OL Chandler Brewer

  • DT Angelo Blackmon

My Cause My Cleats

Sixty Jacksonville Jaguars players and 30 staff members will wear commemorative cleats during "Monday Night Football" to raise awareness for their favorite charities as part of the NFL’s “My Cause My Cleats” campaign.

The players and coaches select a charitable cause most important to them and the names of those organizations are then imprinted or painted on the shoes, which are later auctioned to raise money for those charities.

Many of the players and coaches have very personal ties to the charities they chose to represent. For example, Jaguars coach Doug Pederson will have footwear promoting the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation because his brother Craig died of that form of cancer in 2021.

Read more about the players’ stories and chosen charities.

NFL Week 13 winners and losers

It was a slighter slate in Week 13 with six NFL teams on bye, but there were some massive shakeups in the balance of power in each conference, with both of last season's Super Bowl suffering defeats.

Here is USA TODAY Sports' Lorenzo Reyes' full rundown of the biggest winners and losers from Week 13.

32 things we learned from NFL Week 13

Sunday was a wild affair in the football universe, starting early with the controversial announcement of the College Football Playoff field. Thank the pigskin gods that the NFL’s postseason bracket isn’t constructed so, uh, subjectively? Nevertheless, it makes for a fun thought exercise regarding how that might work in 2023, given eight teams entered Week 13 with at least eight victories – suggesting the pros, as with the college ranks, have an unusual number of bona fide contenders this year. — Nate Davis

Who is the highest-paid NFL player?

The NFL's top 15 players in average annual salary are all quarterbacks, according to As Joe Burrow proved in his new deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, teams place a huge priority on having a top-flight QB under center. Burrow's five-year, $275 million contract extension made him the league's highest paid player at a staggering average annual value of $55 million. San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa is the highest-paid non-quarterback in the league after signing a five-year, $170 million extension.

Who are the highest paid NFL players at each position?

We have a complete list at every position:

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