It’s time for NFL Week 4! This week starts with a battle between the AFC East leader Miami Dolphins (3-0) and the AFC North’s last-place Cincinnati Bengals (1-2) at Paycor Stadium. But don’t take that as an indication that the Dolphins will dominate. It should be a high scoring but close match-up.
- Who: Miami Dolphins (3-0) at Cincinnati Bengals (1-2)
- When: Thursday, September 29th (EDT)
- Where: Amazon Prime.
As usual, coverage starts at with the kickoff at . The usual crew should be onhand: Al Michaels (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (analysis), and Kaylee Hartung (sideline reporting). And Tony Gonzales and Richard Sherman will provide pregame and postgame analysis.
Many people are now ranking the Miami Dolphins near or at the top of the NFL after a near-miraculous red zone defense stopped the Buffalo Bills at the goal line at the end of the fourth quarter.
Meanwhile, the Cincinnati Bengals, with quarterback Joe Burrow, managed their first win last week with a dominant performance over the struggling New York Jets.
Most sportsbooks have the Bengals winning by 3.5 points despite the Dolphins having a much better power ranking. The moneyline sees Cincinnati -184 (risk $184 to win $100) and Miami +154 (risk $100 to win $154). But these are just derived from the line.
There are a couple of reasons for this. One is that Burrow is expected to excel in this game. But also, Cincinnati is strong at home.
On the other hand, the Dolphins has shown it has a very strong defense and its offense under Tua Tagovailoa is great.
The total (over/under) for the game started at 47.5 points but seems to be drifting downward a bit. Still, it is likely to be a high-scoring game with a final score of 26-22.
Amazon Prime Video allows you to watch on pretty much any device you can think of. For a complete list, see our review. It includes all the biggest devices: Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, PlayStation, and Android and iOS mobile devices.
In addition to watching this game on Amazon Prime Video, you can watch it on NFL+ for just $4.99/mo. Of course, this will limit you to mobile devices. So you can’t use your big-screen TV. But it has other advantages: Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, and any Sunday afternoon games that feature your local team. See our NFL+ review for more.
How to Live Stream All the NFL Games
We know you aren’t satisfied with Thursday nights alone. The rest of the games all air on traditional TV channels. Here’s this week’s schedule:
- Sun Oct 2 : Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints (NFLN)
- Sun Oct 2 : Cleveland Browns at Atlanta Falcons (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys (Fox)
- Sun Oct 2 : Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions (Fox)
- Sun Oct 2 : Los Angeles Chargers at Houston Texans (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts (Fox)
- Sun Oct 2 : Chicago Bears at New York Giants (Fox)
- Sun Oct 2 : Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : New York Jets at Pittsburgh Steelers (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers (Fox)
- Sun Oct 2 : New England Patriots at Green Bay Packers (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : Denver Broncos at Las Vegas Raiders (CBS)
- Sun Oct 2 : Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NBC)
- Mon Oct 3 : Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers (ESPN)
You can also learn how to watch those Sunday afternoon games in our out-of-market viewer’s guide.
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