How to watch Washington Redskins vs Cincinnati Bengals Live in London: Time, TV channel, odds, picks

By | October 29, 2016

Washington Redskins vs Cincinnati Bengals Live. Hopefully the Washington Redskins ‘ team doctors didn’t miss the team flight to London on Thursday, because based on the injury report, Washington’s definitely going to need them there.
The Redskins have a total of 10 players who are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game, a list that includes key starters like left tackle Trent Williams , cornerback Josh Norman and tight end Jordan Reed . Although all three players are likely to play against the Cincinnati Bengals . The Redskins will definitely be missing one starter: Matt Jones .

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The team’s leading running back has already been ruled out of the game due to a knee injury. With Jones out, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said that rookie running back Rob Kelley will probably be in the “lead running back role” against the Bengals.

Washington Redskins vs Cincinnati Bengals Live

Washington Redskins vs Cincinnati Bengals Live
Speaking of Gruden, this game would’ve marked his return to Cincinnati, where he was offensive coordinator from 2011-13; however, that’s not going to happen since this Bengals “home” game is being played in London.
Sunday’s game will mark the first time that either of these teams have played in England. The Redskins and Bengals will be the 21st and 22nd teams to play in London, leaving just 10 teams that haven’t made the trip across the pond.
It will be interesting to see what kind of welcome the Redskins get, because back in February, several parliament members asked the NFL not to send the team.
As for the actual game, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins has been spending his entire week getting ready for the time change.

“I’m going to be right now starting to adjust,” Cousins said, via the team’s official site. “Start getting to bed earlier each night, getting up earlier, wearing sunglasses at night, little things just to try to make that adjustment as quickly as possible so I don’t feel it this weekend when we get there.”

The good news for Cousins (and the Bengals) is that this time around, the time change won’t be that bad. London’s version of daylight savings time ends on Saturday night, which means when the players wake up for the game on Sunday, there will only be a four-hour difference between London time and Eastern Time.

That’s almost the same as the three-hour difference that West Coast NFL teams face when playing a game in Eastern Time.
How to Watch

What: Washington Redskins vs. Cincinnati Bengals
When: Sunday, Oct. 30, 9:30 a.m. ET
Where: Wembley Stadium, London
TV: Fox (Kenny Albert and John Lynch on the call)
Online: Sunday Ticket or NFL GamePass (game won’t be available on GamePass until midnight)
Odds: The Bengals are 3-point favorites (via SportsLine)

Injury Report

Redskins

CB Bashaud Breeland (ankle) — Questionable
WR Jamison Crowder (groin) — Questionable
TE Vernon Davis (groin) — Questionable
LB Terence Garvin (hip) — Questionable
WR DeSean Jackson (hamstring/shoulder) — Questionable
RB Matt Jones (knee) — Out
OL Spencer Long (chest) — Questionable
CB Josh Norman (concussion) — Questionable
TE Jordan Reed (concussion) — Questionable
OL Brandon Scherff (shoulder) — Questionable
OL Trent Williams (knee) — Questionable

Bengals

Zero. Seriously. Eight weeks into the season the Bengals are completely healthy, and all 53 players will be available for Sunday’s game (minus the inactives).
Prisco’s Pick
The Bengals got a much-needed victory last week against the Cleveland Browns , but the Redskins are a much tougher team. Even so, Andy Dalton is playing well and the Redskins have defensive issues. The Bengals are the better team. They take it.

Pick: Bengals 30, Redskins 17

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