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NFL Week 5: Stream Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football

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An AFC North battle is on offer this Sunday night with two of the three teams tied for first place as the Cincinnati Bengals come to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to take on the Ravens. The odds-makers predict the Ravens by a field goal, so anything could happen.

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Here are the details for this Sunday Night Football event:

  • Who: Cincinnati Bengals (2-2) at Baltimore Ravens (2-2)
  • When: Sunday, October 9th (EDT)
  • Where: NBC.

Maria Taylor leads the pregame show, which starts at . It will provide a rundown of the afternoon game results and other news. The usual gang should be back for the game: Mike Tirico (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analysis), and Melissa Stark (sideline reporting).

Bengals at Ravens

Although the Bengals and Ravens have mediocre records so far this season — they are both 2-2 — this matchup of AFC North foes is a pivotal one for both since they are in a three-way tie atop their division. (The Cleveland Browns have also gone 2-2 so far this campaign.)

However, the Bengals and Ravens have had very different roads to their 2-2 marks.

Cincinnati, looking to win the division for the second straight season, opened with three-point losses to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys. But they responded to those setbacks with impressive wins over the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins, both by multiple scores.

Conversely, Baltimore began its campaign with a convincing 24-9 win over the New York Jets before falling to the Miami Dolphins. They then went on to defeat the New England Patriots before losing to the Buffalo Bills. The last setback was particularly frustrating as the Ravens had led, 3-20, before ultimately falling, 23-20.

In Sunday’s contest, the Ravens are favored by a field goal — between 3.0 and 3.5 points depending on the sportsbook with a moneyline of roughly Cincinnati +150, Baltimore -180.

Pretty much everyone’s power rankings see these teams as equally as good. So this is likely to be closely fought and could go either way.

The game’s total (over-under) is 48.0 to 48.5. So we expect a lot of offensive active with a predicted final score of 26-22, Baltimore.

Viewing Options

Sunday Night Football is the only weekly primetime NFL game that most people can consistently watch for free. All you need to do is install an antenna — the cord cutters most powerful and underutilized weapon.

But for most, a live TV streaming service is easier. Here are your options:

Other Sunday NFL Games

The second NFL International game takes place early Sunday morning. Then there are nine games at and three others at four-ish (EDT):

More Info on NFL Without Cable

If you still have questions, these resources should help:

BJ Sams running the football during the November 5, 2006 Baltimore Ravens/Cincinnati Bengals game by KA Sports Photos under CC BY-SA 2.0.

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