How to Watch Cardinals vs. Bengals: Time, TV Channel and Live Stream – Week 5
Joe Burrow and the Bengals will take the field against Josh Dobbs and the Cardinals today.
At 4:05 PM ET on Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals are at home against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Bengals rank second-worst in scoring offense (12.3 points per game), but they’ve been a little better on defense, ranking 18th with 23.5 points allowed per contest. The Cardinals are putting up 22 points per contest on offense this season (18th-ranked). Meanwhile, they are giving up 25.5 points per game (25th-ranked) on defense.
For more about this matchup, including where and how to watch on TV, continue reading.
How to Watch Cardinals vs. Bengals
- When: Sunday, October 8, 2023 at 4:05 PM ET
- Where: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
- Online: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
What to Know
Bengals vs. Cardinals: Head-to-Head
- Arizona has defeated Cincinnati four times in the past five matchups.
- Cincinnati has scored 10 fewer points than Arizona in their past five games.
Bengals’ 2023 Schedule
|9/10/2023||at Cleveland||L 24-3||CBS|
|9/25/2023||Los Angeles||W 19-16||ESPN|
|10/1/2023||at Tennessee||L 27-3||FOX|
|10/29/2023||at San Francisco||–||CBS|
|11/16/2023||at Baltimore||–||Amazon Prime Video|
|12/31/2023||at Kansas City||–||CBS|
Bengals Stats & Insights
- The Bengals rank worst in total offense (236 yards per game), but they’ve been slightly better on defense, ranking 23rd with 364.3 yards allowed per game.
- Cincinnati has been a bottom-five pass offense this season, ranking fourth-worst with 166 passing yards per contest. The defense is ranked 14th in the NFL (207.3 passing yards allowed per game).
- The Bengals rank second-worst in rushing offense (70 rushing yards per game) and second-worst in rushing defense (157 rushing yards per game allowed) this season.
- Cincinnati owns the 12th-ranked turnover margin in the NFL at +2, forcing five turnovers (12th in NFL) while turning it over three times (seventh in NFL).
Bengals Key Players
- In four games for the Bengals, Joe Mixon has piled up 247 rushing yards and one touchdown while averaging 4.2 yards per carry.
- In four games, Joe Burrow has passed for 728 yards (182 yards per game) to go along with two touchdowns, two interceptions, and a completion percentage of 57.6%.
- Ja’Marr Chase has been an integral part of the Bengals’ offense in 2023, accumulating 29 receptions for 284 yards and zero touchdowns.
Cardinals’ 2023 Schedule
|9/10/2023||at Washington||L 20-16||FOX|
|9/17/2023||New York||L 31-28||FOX|
|10/1/2023||at San Francisco||L 35-16||FOX|
|10/15/2023||at Los Angeles||–||FOX|
Cardinals Stats & Insights
- The Cardinals are compiling 337.8 total yards per game on offense this season (12th-ranked). Meanwhile, they are giving up 374.5 total yards per game (26th-ranked).
- Arizona is putting up 194.3 passing yards per game on offense this season (23rd-ranked). Meanwhile, it is surrendering 242.5 passing yards per contest (24th-ranked) on defense.
- From an offensive angle, the Cardinals are generating 143.5 rushing yards per game (sixth-ranked). They rank 23rd in the NFL defensively (132 rushing yards allowed per game).
- After forcing five turnovers (12th in NFL) and turning the ball over two times (fourth in NFL) this season, Arizona sports the ninth-ranked turnover margin of +3.
Cardinals Key Players
- Joshua Dobbs has thrown for 814 yards (203.5 per game), completing 70.7% of his throws, with four touchdowns and zero interceptions in four games.
- In four games, James Conner has run for 318 yards (79.5 per game) and two TDs.
- In four games, Marquise Brown has 21 catches for 239 yards (59.8 per game) and two touchdowns.