Bengals vs Ravens Week 7 announcers for TV and live stream
The Cincinnati Bengals have their biggest game of the 2021 season and have a ton to prove, as they head to Baltimore for a date with the 5-1 Ravens, a team who has had their number since Lamar Jackson entered the league in 2018.
This big of a game deserves good announcers and fortunately, the Bengals/Ravens showdown has one of the best broadcasting teams in Week 7, as Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, and Melanie Collins will get the call this Sunday afternoon in Baltimore.
When looking at the slate of games for this Sunday, it’s not surprising that Harlan, Green, and Collins, as the only other decent game is Chiefs vs Titans (Ian Eagle is calling that one along with Charles Davis and Evan Washburn).
People are looking forward to Bengals/Ravens, mostly to see if this Bengals team is for real. They’re 4-2 and have yet to get blown out in any of their games this season and that’s a big statement considering they played the Packers in Week 5 and took the Pack to overtime.
The Ravens are far and away the best team the Bengals have faced yet, however, and their record proves just that. Even with that being the case, Baltimore has struggled in some of their wins, barely beating the Lions and Colts, neither of whom have flashed whatsoever.
Bengals/Ravens has one of the best broadcasting teams and for good reason.
Harlan is well-known for his announcing antics and switching Green over to his broadcast team (he used to be with Greg Gumbel while Rich Gannon was with Harlan) was a smart move. Green spent 15 years in the NFL as a quarterback and is most known for the six years he spent with Kansas City. He’ll have some interesting takes on Joe Burrow during this one.
This is the first time the Bengals have squared off against the Ravens this season and it’s a huge game for both teams. Cincinnati needs this win to prove to everyone they’re for real but this is a much bigger game for Baltimore, who is at the top of the pack in the AFC.
Losing to the Bengals would take them out of the lead for the division title and it’d be the start of something new in the AFC North.
Should be fun.