Cincinnati Bengals vs Houston Texans Live

Houston Texans vs Cincinnati Bengals Live Stream: TV, Team News

Houston Texans vs Cincinnati Bengals

After the blockbuster 2017 NFL Week 1, Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals sparks off Week 2 this Thursday. The game kicks off at 8:25 PM EST in Paul Brown Stadium.  NFL Network will be doing the TV coverage while the game can be watched online live on fuboTV.

The Bengals started their season on an all-time low 20-0 loss to the Ravens while the Texans also struggled and succumbed 29-7 to the Jaguars in their season opener. Both teams looking for the first win of the season will put their best men in the field.

How to watch Houston Texans vs Cincinnati Bengals:

Date and Time: September 14th, 2017 8:25 PM EST

Venue: Paul Brown Stadium

TV: NFL Network (US)

Online Stream:FuboTV (US) – (Subscription required click here to start your free 7-day-trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)

Houston Texans Team News

Houston Texans will without linebacker Brian Cushing, who is slapped with a 10 games suspension for violating the NFL’s policy for using performance-enhancing drugs.

Further, Texans will be without two wide receivers as Bruce Ellington, who was signed in to replace the injured Will Fuller V sustained a concussion on Sunday against the Jaguars.

However, third-year receiver Jaelen Strong will make his return to the Texans lineup on Thursday against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Texans tight ends-Stephen Anderson, C.J. Fiedorowicz, and Ryan Griffin are also on the concussion list.

Cincinnati Bengals Team News

RG T.J. Johnson, who started last season’s finale is ready for his second NFL start on Thursday.

The offensive line got to strap up their belts as the young tackles failed to perform in the opener, particularly left tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, who allowed two sacks and two pressures in that game. Following Tuesday’s practice, Coach Alexander tried to fix the problems with Ogbuehi and right tackle Jake Fisher. Let’s see if all those advice pans out on Thursday.

Here is a breakdown of the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Houston Texans and the Cincinnati Bengals, score prediction, and betting odds.

The NFL’s second selection for Thursday Night Football could not be any more different than the first. In Week 1, fans were treated to two of the AFC’s top contenders in the New England Patriots and the Kanas City Chiefs. In Week 2, we might have some of the AFC’s worst. Both the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals are coming off of Week 1 performances in which they were absolutely dominated, despite both being home favorites.

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton had one of the worst performances in NFL history, according to ESPN’s Total QBR statistic. Dalton threw 4 interceptions and was sacked five times in Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Houston quarterback Tom Savage struggled so much in the Texans’ first game that he benched in favor of rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson. Texans head coach Bill O’Brien says that the decision on which quarterback to start on Thursday could be a game time decision.

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