NFL Arizona Cardinals vs Cincinnati Bengals live stream Free Online NFL Week 05 Sunday Football 06 October 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, Time 01:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN.
The Cardinals are winless through four games of the Kliff Kingsbury-Kyler Murray era, although they at least managed to tie Detroit in Week 1. Arizona is now coming off consecutive losses to Baltimore, Carolina, and Seattle–the last two by a combined 35 points.
You want these guys to feel that based upon the effort they put in the past month,” Kingsbury, the team’s first-year head coach, explained. “They really have played hard and been in games and fought to the end and all the positives you want from your team, but we just haven’t been able to close one.
Murray has not been terrible, but the growing pains are obvious. The No. 1 overall pick out of Oklahoma has thrown four interceptions and he has been sacked an absurd 20 times. He has been sacked at least three times in each game, including eight eight by the Panthers and five by the Lions. The Seahawks took Murray down behind the line of scrimmage on four occasions. Murray has accounted for five total touchdowns (four passing, one rushing).
The Bengals have been even worse than Arizona–and worse than just about everyone else, too. They are 0-4 with losses to Seattle, San Francisco, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh. Things went from bad to worse for Cincinnati on Monday, when it faced the Steelers in a showdown between winless teams and You never want to have a game like we had Monday night,” quarterback Andy Dalton assured. “And I don’t expect us to have another one like that.
There may be reasons to expect it, however, because this team just isn’t good. Dalton has struggled and receiver A.J. Green, who has been the TCU product’s favorite target throughout his career, remains out with an ankle injury. Dalton is not getting any help from his offensive line, either. He has been on the run in the backfield all season long and was sacked an outrageous eight times by Pittsburgh on Monday. Andre Smith, a former Cardinal who could not make the cut with that team, is starting at left tackle due to injuries ahead of him on the depth chart.
The Bengals also lost speedy wide receiver John Ross to a shoulder injury on Monday night. He was placed on the reserve/injured list on Wednesday. He’ll be replaced in the lineup by Alex Erickson, who had six catches for 55 yards in just 37 snaps this season. Ross had 16 catches for 328 yards (20.5ypc) and three TDs this season. He has the speed and ability to become one of the best vertical threats in the league.
“(Alex Erickson) can handle it. He doesn’t have to take every snap at receiver. We got guys that we feel like can get in there,” head coach Zac Taylor said. “He’s gonna be the starter and he’s gonna play, but we feel like we can roll guys in there and give him a break.
It is not an overstatement to suggest that Cincinnati should not be favored against anyone other than Miami–not even at home. The Bengals are looking like the second-worst team in the NFL these days, at least through four games. Moreover, they are playing on a short week and were already banged up even going into the Monday night game. They are not going to be 100 percent for this one. Arizona defensive coordinator Vance Joseph thinks his pass rush should be able to exploit Cincinnati’s offensive-line problems. At Joseph’s disposal are outside linebacker Chandler Jones and nose tackle Corey Peters along with veteran Terrell Suggs, who leads the team with 3.5 sacks (Jones has three). The Bengals are 1-4 ATS in their last five at home against opponents with losing road records and 1-4 ATS in their last five on Sundays following a Monday night game.