Bills vs Bengals: The Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills will face off on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. The Bills travel to Cincinnati on Sunday afternoon to take on the Bengals. Here are a few things you need to know.
Kickoff: 1 p.m. Sunday.
Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati.
Network TV: CBS, channel 8 in Rochester, channel 4 in Buffalo. Tom McCarthy, play-by-play; Steve Beuerlein, analyst; Steve Tasker, sideline reporter.
Satellite radio: Sirius – 112 (Buffalo), 121 (Cincinnati); XM 384 (Buffalo), 228 (Cincinnati).
Bills radio: 96.5 WCMF-FM in Rochester, WGR 550-AM in Buffalo. John Murphy, play-by-play; Mark Kelso, analyst; Sal Capaccio, sideline reporter.
Bengals radio: WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530), WEBN-FM 92.7. Dan Hoard, play-by-play; Dave Lapham, analyst.
Spread: Buffalo + 3.0 points.
Series history: This will be the 31st regular-season meeting, and the Bills lead the series 16-14. For a stretch between 1989-2010, the Bills won 10 consecutive games against Cincinnati, their longest winning streak over one team ever, and also the longest losing streak for the Bengals against one team. Buffalo did lose three in a row when Andy Dalton arrived in Cincinnati, but Buffalo won the most recent game, 16-12 in 2016. Oddly, Buffalo is 4-1 in five games at Paul Brown Stadium.
It’s part of the early slate of CBS games, which includes Tennessee Titans versus Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars versus Pittsburgh Steelers. Those are the games you’ll be seeing if you live in Ohio or Kentucky.
Bills vs Bengals: Most of Ohio will get the Bengals’ game, but if you’re unfortunately in an area without the game, you better plan on having Sunday Ticket or hitting a sports bar.
Bills vs Bengals: The late CBS games include the Baltimore Ravens facing the Oakland Raiders, or the Seattle Seahawks taking on the Los Angeles Rams.
As for the early slate of Fox games, most of the nation will witness the Carolina Panthers and Detroit Lions face off. A good portion of the country will see the Philadelphia Eagles host the Arizona Cardinals.