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What channel is the Bills vs Bengals game on? Time, TV, streaming info

ORCHARD PARK — Joe Mixon is still talking. Of course, when he’s not accumulating mileage as both a runner and receiver, the Cincinnati Bengals running back do.

Before the first game between the Bengals and Buffalo Bills, Mixon wasn’t too pleased that the West New York visitors were easy favorites for their showdown at Paycor Stadium, and he said so. According to.

“What people need to know and understand is that we’re the big dog of the AFC,” Mixon said. “That’s it. For something to happen, it has to go through us.”

Mixon doubled down on Wednesday as the Bengals re-occupied the underdog role for their AFC divisional round showdown at Highmark Stadium.

“We’re not outsiders,” Mixon said. “I tell everyone all the time, when the lights are bright, we shine brighter. All I know is that going into this game we only have one thing in mind and that is to win. That’s the only thing we’re worried about.”

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Bills Shaq Lawson and Tremaine Edmunds track down Bengals running back Joe Mixon.

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who is also a player known for his tremendous confidence, not to mention swagger, agreed, saying, “I never feel like an underdog.”

The Bills almost never talk before the game. This week, the Bills gave the Bengals their props and avoided any bragging about which team was better.

“They’ve won (nine) in a row and it’s a team that’s going to be hard to beat,” said Josh Allen. “They come into our house and they play with a lot of confidence and that we have to be ready for anything they can throw.

Allen wasn’t about to get into a debate about which team was better or if he was better than Burrow, but there was one area where he no doubt nodded to Burrow.

When asked to compare his understated wardrobe to the, um, interesting fashion statements Burrow makes when he hits stadiums on game day, Allen said with a smile, “He’s going to win this fight 10 times out of 10. I don’t dress to impress on game day, I just go in the closet and take what I see first.

When is the Bills vs Bengals game?

  • date: Sunday 22 January
  • time: 3 pm
  • location: Highmark Stadium

Who is favored to win the Bills vs Bengals game?

  • Typical betting line: Bills -5.5
  • About Below: 48
  • money line: Bills minus 230 (bet $230 to win $100) and Bengals plus 195 (bet $100 to win $195).

Who is Announcing the Bills vs. Bengals Game?

  • game by game: Jim Nantz
  • analyst: Tony Romo
  • Reporter by the way: Tracy Wolfson

How to watch Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals game on TV and streaming

cable network: CBS. The game will be available locally through the following stations:

  • WROC (Channel 8, Rochester)
  • WIVB (buffalo area)
  • WTVH (Syracuse area)
  • WKTV (Utica area)
  • WENY (Elmira area)
  • WRGB (Albany area)
  • WBNG (Binghamton area)

Online Streaming Services: and the NFL mobile app. Also, the NFL has a streaming service called NFL+, which replaces NFL Game Pass, although you can’t cast the games to your TV — you’ll have to watch them on your phone or tablet. The cost is $5 per month or $30 for the season, and a premium tier is $10/$80 which includes all 22 trainer movies, plus compressed and full game replays. This allows you to watch every local game on Sunday and national games as well as the playoffs and Super Bowl on Monday and Thursday nights. You can also stream if you have DirecTV, fuboTV, NFL+, Sling, Vidgo, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and Paramount+ subscriptions.

On the radio: How to listen to the Bills vs. Bengals game

You can listen to SiriusXM satellite radio on channel 226 (Bills) and channel 225 (Bengals). In traditional radio, the Bills Radio Network has stations across the state. They include:

  • Rochester (WCMF 96.5 and WROC 950 AM)
  • Buffalo (WGR550, 550 PM)
  • Syracuse (WTKW 99.5/WTKV 105.5)
  • Binghamton (WDRE100.5FM)
  • Ithaca (WIII 99.9/100.3 FM)
  • Bath (WVIN 98.3 FM)
  • Newark (WACK 2:20 p.m.)
  • Dansville (WDNY 93.9 FM)
  • Elmira (WNGZ 1490 AM)
  • Maroon (WAUB 98.1 FM/1590 AM)
  • Geneva (WGVA 95.9 FM, 12:40 p.m.)

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