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How to Watch: Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

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Sep 7, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) drops back to pass against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

Location: M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)

Date: Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Game Time: 1:00pm ET

Weather: Cloudy, game time temperature expected to be around 71 degrees, with a high of 74 degrees during the game. Humidity expected around 68%. Wind speeds expected around 10 to 15MPH (Condition’s are ever-changing and could change before game time)

TV: CBS (market based broadcast)

Radio: The game will be broadcasted on Cincinnati’s WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7). Dan Hoard (play-by-play) and former Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive lineman Dave Lapham (analyst) will be the announcers. Bengals.com has also provided a list of other radio broadcasts in the local area.

Streaming and Listening Online: The game can be heard live through the NFL’s Game Pass here. (Subscription may apply)

Preview: The Cincinnati Bengals head into Baltimore riding a three game win streak against the Ravens and a 2-0 record. The Ravens have struggled at 0-2 but look to get back on track against their division foes. The Cincinnati Bengals offense has looked near flawless and it will take another week of near perfection to get to 3-0.

Jeremy Hill will look for redemption after a poor performance against the San Diego Chargers and Andy Dalton looks to continue his sack and pick free 2015. Tyler Eifert has had a big year to date and has been a key to this fast start. Giovani Bernard continues to make the argument that he is feature back material.

The Bengals defense stepped up in week one against the Oakland Raiders and seemed to find fourth quarter struggles against the Chargers, until Vincent Rey made a game ending interception. They will need to find their stride against a proven Super Bowl quarterback in Joe Flacco and a pro bowl wide receiver with Steve Smith Sr.

The Ravens are coming of a rough start, first to the Denver Broncos, which played heavily into a defensive dominate performance and then dropping there week two match up against the Oakland Raiders on the road. They open their home schedule against the division rivals and will have to figure out ways to disrupt the balanced offense the Bengals have established early in the first two weeks.

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