While the Steelers and Ravens take the spotlight in the AFC North on Sunday, the Bengals and Browns will do battle in another divisional matchup.
The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals definitely aren’t the two most talked about teams in the AFC North, but they could provide a great game on Sunday afternoon with some big divisional stakes to go along with it.
Deshone Kizer has been a fun story to follow under center for the Browns and the rookie quarterback has already experienced the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens, who will also battle this week, in his first two weeks of NFL action. Now, he’ll round out his experience in the division against the Bengals on Sunday.
Meanwhile, this game could provide a chance for the Bengals to potentially beat up on a weaker defense and get their offense back on track, after a less than ideal start to their season for Andy Dalton and A.J. Green.
How can I watch the Bengals and Browns?
You can utilize a couple of different techniques for watching this Bengals-Browns matchup on Sunday, with options both on television and streaming it online. You have CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket and FuboTV as options to watch the game live, or even NFL Game Pass to watch a replay after the fact if you don’t have time on Sunday to tune in. There’s plenty of different devices to watch on, so you really don’t have an excuse to not have this game on if you have the capabilities.
Make sure to check out the odds for the game and all of the action on Sunday and Monday in the NFL on Sportsbook Review if you’re looking to do any gambling.
While it doesn’t have the same special feel as the Steelers-Ravens game, this matchup is still an intriguing one to check out if you have the chance on Sunday afternoon.