Bengals Game Today: Bengals vs Raiders injury report, spread, over/under, live Stream, TV channel

Leigh Oleszczak
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It’s game day, Cincinnati Bengals fans! The good guys are in the playoffs for the first time since 2015 and the Las Vegas Raiders are back in the postseason for the first time since 2016 and these are two teams looking to break a long playoff loss streak.

For the Bengals, their playoff drought dates back to 1991 while the Raiders’ dates back to 2003. It’s been a long time since either of these teams have had success in the postseason but one of them will finally advance for the first time in either 31 years or 19 years.

Bengals Injury Report vs Raiders Wild Card Weekend

The following players are DOUBTFUL for today’s game:

DT Josh Tupou

The following players are QUESTIONABLE for today’s game:

CB Jalen Davis

WR Stanley Morgan

Quinton Spain Injury Update

The starting left guard went down with an injury in the thrilling win over the Chiefs in Week 17 and missed Week 18. He probably would have missed last week despite of the injury due to landing on the COVID-19 list but fortunately, Spain practiced all week and declared that he was back.

The stripes will have their left guard for a huge game on Saturday.

Bengals vs Raiders Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Wild Card

WynnBET has Cincinnati as 6-point favorites with a money line of -250. The Raiders’ money line sits at +200 and the over/under is set at 48.5 points.

Fans are nervous about picking the good guys to win this game because of the ghost of playoffs past, but this team has nothing to do with those other teams. That’s why I’m going with a 24-14 Bengals victory to get them to the next round of the playoffs for the first time in 31 years.

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What Channel is the Bengals Game on Wild Card Weekend

Today’s game airs on NBC at 4:30 EST with the broadcast crew of Mike Tirico, Drew Brees, Kathryn Tappen, and Terry McAuley.

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Bengals vs Raiders Live Stream

Fans can live-stream the Bengals’ Wild Card game on FuboTV. Start your free 7-day trial today!