Texans at Bengals live stream: TV info, prediction, odds and more

HOUSTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 10: Deshaun Watson
HOUSTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 10: Deshaun Watson /

After both teams had rough season openers, the Texans and Bengals are both looking to bounce back on Thursday Night Football. Here’s how to watch.

The Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals both had themselves a bad day on Sunday, as they both fell short in their first action of the 2017 season against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens, respectively. Now, one of these teams is guaranteed to have their first win of the year after Thursday night when they battle on primetime.

It’s going to be pretty difficult for Andy Dalton to be worse under center for the Bengals, and he’ll have to show the team something up against a talented defensive line from the Texans. Meanwhile, we’ll see if Deshaun Watson starts the game after taking over the reins from Tom Savage on Sunday afternoon, and we’ll see how he handles the pressure of an NFL start.

Although they didn’t give us much to look forward to last Sunday, you may still want to watch this battle between two potential contenders in the AFC if you’re looking for a football fix on Thursday night. The game will be broadcast on NFL Network, or you can watch the replay of the game on NFL Game Pass, but there unfortunately won’t be a ton of options to tune in because of the fact that the game isn’t on Sunday.

Details for watching the game can be found below:

Date: Thursday, September 14

Time: 8:25 pm ET


Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

Odds: Bengals -3, according to SportsBook Review

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There isn’t a lot to look at from both sides as we head into the week for this game, so it’s tough to make a prediction for a game like this. However, the Bengals look like they should bounce back and just fell victim to a tough defense in Week 1, and, with how the Texans defense played on Sunday, it looks like this is the perfect chance to turn things around in Cincinnati.

Pick: Bengals 20, Texans 17