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Thursday Night Football: Bengals vs. Browns

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At least one Ohio NFL team will get their first win of the 2020 season on Thursday Night Football when the Cleveland Browns (0-1) host the Cincinnati Bengals (0-1).

The Browns were pretty badly obliterated in their Week 1 conference matchup with the Ravens, losing 38-6, and Baker Mayfield threw for 189 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Mayfield finished the day with a 53.8 percent completion rate, which is not great.

On the other end of the spectrum, the Bengals lost Week 1 against the Chargers in heartbreaking fashion — as they so often do. Joe Burrow was one missed field goal away from overtime and potentially his first NFL win. The rookie finished the day 23-of-36 (63.9 percent) for 193 passing yards, plus 46 rushing yards and a touchdown. Burrow became just the second quarterback to rush for more than 40 yards and a touchdown in his NFL debut since 1970.

Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s game.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns

TV Schedule

Game time: 8:20 PM EST

Channel: NFL Network

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020

Location: FirstEnergy Stadium | Cleveland, OH

Online Streaming

FuboTV : www.fubo.tv

Odds

Cincinnati Bengals: +6, +215

Cleveland Browns: -6, -250

Over/Under: 43

BLG pick: Bengals +6

Poll

Which bet do you like more?

This poll is closed

  • 57%
    Bengals +6
    (62 votes)
  • 42%
    Browns -6
    (46 votes)
108 votes total Vote Now

SB Nation Blogs

Bengals: www.CincyJungle.com

Browns: www.DawgsByNature.com


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