How to watch the Cincinnati Bengals in the NFL Playoffs

Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) /

The Las Vegas Raiders will be taking on the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday afternoon in the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs. Here’s the best way to watch them.

The Las Vegas Raiders wrapped up the regular season with a 10-7 record after a mind-numbing decision from the Chargers and will now travel to the Cincinnati Bengals (10-7) in the Super Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs.

With a matchup looming on Saturday afternoon, you’ve got a couple of days to figure out a streaming solution (if you don’t have one already).

We’re here to help.

But first, let’s talk about the game a bit.

Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals Preview

Time: Saturday, Jan. 15 at 4:30PM ET

Network: NBC

Odds: Bengals -5.5

Over/Under: 49

The Raiders have won five of their last seven contests and own four overtime wins. They also lost their coach in the middle of the season. So, to say Las Vegas has been through the ringer would be an understatement.

Still, here are the Raiders. Quarterback Derek Carr put together the finest year of his career, throwing for 4,804 yards (fifth in the NFL). Hunter Renfrow was far and away Carr’s favorite target, reeling in 103 catches for 1,038 yards and nine touchdowns.

Meanwhile, the Bengals were no strangers to a dynamic QB-WR duo.

Joe Burrow threw 34 touchdowns and was sixth in the NFL with 4,611 yards. He connected often with another former LSU standout Ja’Marr Chase.

Chase set the Bengals record for receiving yards in a season with 1,455 and was third in the NFL in touchdown catches with 13. He’s a big-bodied receiver with break-away speed, as demonstrated in his five touchdowns of 50+ yards.

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Streaming the Cincinnati Bengals vs the Las Vegas Raiders

Your best option for streaming the game would be fuboTV. Not only will this give you access to ESPN, but it will more than likely include all your local channels and NFL Network, so you can get all the playoff coverage you want.

Sign up for a one-week free trial of fuboTV now. 

Or, you could sign up for Peacock Premium to get access to live games on NBC.

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