The 4-7 Jets want to make it four in a row against the 0-11 Bengals. Here's what you need to know about where to watch...
DATE/TIME: Dec. 1, 2019 at 1 p.m. ET
WEATHER: 47 degrees at kickoff in Cincy, with a chance for rain later in the contest. Winds could reach 16 mph.
The Jets have won three straight games, and they have a good chance to make that four against the winless Bengals this Sunday. Cincinnati is looking for anything to muster a win, and this time that's putting Andy Dalton back under center. However, he'll be going up against a Jets defense that has been ruthless of late, especially Jamal Adams who has collected 5.5 sacks in his last three games.
On offense, Sam Darnold hasn't lit up the stat sheet, but instead has been extremely smart with his snaps. Head coach Adam Gase has loved that from him, especially when it comes to throwing the ball away to keep his position on the field. Everyone has been contributing from Le'Veon Bell to Jamison Crowder and Robby Anderson. With the way the Bengals defense has been playing this season, that stat sheet could have some pretty big numbers if things remain the same for New York.
The Bengals haven't been completely inept, though, playing and losing tough games this past few weeks. The Jets can underestimate their opponent if they want to keep this hot streak alive.