Bengals vs Ravens Week 16 announcers for TV and live stream

Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) /

As the Cincinnati Bengals prepare to host the Baltimore Ravens, they’ll do so treating this game as a playoff game. Whoever wins this game will be atop the AFC North standings and have a solid chance at winning the division in the 2021 season.

No one expected the Bengals to be here at this point of the season but the stripes can’t slow down now just because they’ve exceeded expectations.

With such a massive game ahead, who gets the honor of calling this game?

Who is in the broadcast booth for Bengals vs Ravens?

For an incredible matchup such as this one, it only makes sense that the stripes get the announcer team of Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, and Melanie Collins. This crew has been on Bengals games a few times this season with mixed results.

In fact, we had Harlan/Green/Collins in the booth and on the sideline the first time Cincinnati and Baltimore squared off. That game obviously went swimmingly for Cincy, as they blew out the Ravens 41-17.

One week later, Harlan got the nod to call Bengals-Jets and that game did not go according to plan for the good guys. They were defeated by a then-one-win Jets squad and looked like the same old Bengals we’ve come to know and sometimes love over the decades.

I’m a little surprised that we didn’t get Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson for this matchup but they’re on the call for Chiefs-Steelers, which is another key game in the AFC North sweepstakes.

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Hopefully, this Harlan-called game goes in a similar fashion to when the teams met up in Week 7.