– The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to the Cincinnati Bengals 34-31 on “Monday Night Football” in a game that saw quarterback Trevor Lawrence leave in the fourth quarter with a right ankle injury.

Bengals backup quarterback Jake Browning — filling in for the injured Joe Burrow — did his best Burrow impression in Jacksonville, leading Cincinnati to a 21-14 lead late in the third quarter. But the Jags stormed back with a pair of TDs, the second of which set up by a Josh Allen interception of a Tyler Boyd pass, to take the lead.

Browning answered with a short TD to even the score 28-28, then commanded a late field goal drive one possession after Lawrence went down and was taken to the locker room. Jaguars backup C.J. Beathard answered with a field goal drive of his own, sending the game to overtime where Bengals kicker Evan McPherson won the game from 48 yards.

The loss drops Jacksonville to 8-4 on the season, while the Bengals improve to 6-6 — and 1-1 since Burrow was ruled out for the season with an injury to his right wrist.