Both the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals had 0-1 starts to their season. They'll be trying to even things up when they meet in the latest installment of Thursday night football. Here's the latest Texans vs. Bengals game preview with matchup odds, start time, as well as where to watch on TV or live streaming online.

Game preview

In Week 1, the Houston Texans fell to the Jacksonville Jaguars by a final of 29-7. The Jaguars held Houston to just 93 yards on the ground and bothered starting quarterback Tom Savage. He was ultimately benched in favor of rookie Deshaun Watson who went 12-for-23 for 102 yards and a touchdown in his debut.

However, the two quarterbacks have been sacked a total of ten times for a loss of 54 yards. Lamar Miller led the team with 65 rushing yards, while DeAndre Hopkins had seven catches for 55 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

The Cincinnati Bengals didn't do any better in their first game of the season. The team failed to score a single point on their home field, and the Ravens defeated them 20-0. Andy Dalton had a rough first game for the 2017 campaign as he threw four picks, fumbled once, and was sacked five times. Dalton ended up with a 16-for-31 day with 170 yards and no scores. Cincinnati was also held to 77 yards on the ground as the Baltimore defense harassed them most of the game.

Both teams need that bounce back win to get to 1-1 for their latest season, and with their opening week quarterback issues, it seems something has to give in tonight's game.

Sportsbooks have listed the home team as six-point favorites today, according to Odds Shark. On the moneyline, Cincinnati is a -250 or higher favorite, while the Ravens are +210 or +215 at various books. Tonight's over/under odds total is 38 points for the game.

How to watch it live

Thursday night's Houston Texans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game is scheduled for 8:25 p.m.

eastern time. Live television coverage of this game comes courtesy of NFL Network. Many cable and satellite subscribers will have this as part of their television provider channel lineup. For live streaming, fans can use Verizon NFL Mobile or NFL Game Pass subscriptions, where available, although restrictions may apply.

There is also the SlingTV channel streaming service which includes NFL Network on the Sling Blue channel package.

All new customers with a hi-speed internet connection can sign up for a one-week free trial, choose Sling Blue, and begin enjoying tonight's game on NFL Network as well as other live and on-demand content. More details can be seen at the website.