Packers Game Today: Packers vs. Bengals injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

The Green Bay Packers are on the road in Week 5 as they take on the Cincinnati Bengals.

Both teams are playing well, each winning three of their opening four games. A win here would be huge for both teams as they look to stack up the victories and lay the foundations for a playoff run.

Does WynnBET see Green Bay going into Cincinnati and getting the victory?

Packers injury report vs. Bengals Week 5

Star cornerback Jaire Alexander (shoulder) and starting center Josh Myers (finger) have both been ruled out for Week 5. Starting left tackle Elgton Jenkins could miss another game. He’s questionable with an ankle injury.

Packers vs. Bengals odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 5

Even with injuries piling up on both sides of the ball, WynnBET’s latest odds has Green Bay as three-point favorites on the road against Cincinnati. The over/under for the game is 50.0 points, so it could be a battle of two talented offenses.

This is a tough game for the Packers, especially without Jaire Alexander, Za’Darius Smith, David Bakhtiari, and potentially Elgton Jenkins.

However, Cincinnati wasn’t convincing last week at home against Jacksonville and was shut out in the opening half. If Green Bay’s offense can get off to a good start, it could win this game by a touchdown and cover the spread.

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What channel is the Packers game on Week 5

This is Green Bay’s first game at noon CT of the season, and it will be broadcast on FOX.

Packers vs. Bengals live stream

It’s also possible to watch a live stream of Packers-Bengals on Fubo TV.

Packers next game and schedule

The road games just keep on coming for Matt LaFleur’s team. After today, Green Bay will remain on the road three times in the next four weeks. That’s tough.

Week 6: at Chicago

Week 7: Washington

Week 8: at Arizona

Week 9: at Kansas City