Jacksonville loses Trevor Lawrence in fourth quarter, game goes to overtime to Bengals.

Nov. 16 saw the Bengals lose starting quarterback Joe Burrow to wrist surgery. After Trevor Lawrence hurt his ankle with 5:25 left in the fourth quarter on Monday, the Jaguars lost their starting quarterback.

Lawrence was assisted off the field by two sports trainers because he couldn't put weight on his right ankle. One of the most entertaining games of the season finished with backup quarterbacks Jake Browning and C.J. Beathard fighting for the victory.

Evan McPherson's 48-yard field goal with 1:45 left in overtime gave the Bengals a 34-31 surprise win. Bengals advanced to 6-6, Jaguars dropped to 8-4.

Last three minutes of fourth quarter, teams traded field goals. A 54-yard McPherson kick gave the Bengals a brief 31-28 lead before Jaguars kicker Brandon McManus' 40-yarder with 26 seconds left in the fourth quarter tied the game for the seventh time and sent it to overtime.

The Jaguars faced third-and-seven at the Cincinnati 45 after taking the overtime kickoff. Calvin Ridley grabbed a 50-50 throw from Beathard for 43 yards to the 2-yard line. However, rookie offensive tackle Anton Harrison's holding penalty canceled the play.

Cincinnati marched 42 yards in 12 plays from their own 28 with 5:01 left to score the game-winner. Browning won his second career start by completing 32 of 37 passes for 354 yards and a score. Fourth-quarter touchdown run of 1 yard. Chase grabbed 11 catches for 149 yards and a score.

On 19 carries, Joe Mixon gained 68 yards and two touchdowns and grabbed six catches for 49 yards. Bengals had 491 yards, Jaguars 376.

Lawrence left after going 22-of-29 for 258 yards and two touchdowns and running for one. Beathard completed 9-10 for 63 yards. Tight end Evan Engram caught nine catches for 82 yards and a score.