Bills vs. Bengals free live streams: How to watch NFL 'Monday Night … – Sporting News

Prime-time games don’t often live up to their preseason billing. Last week’s Monday night game of Chargers-Colts looked like a showdown between AFC West and South contenders. Instead, it was between a wild-card hopeful and a Colts team in turmoil. The week before was the Packers vs. Rams, in what looked like a potential NFC championship preview in the preseason. Both teams could instead miss the playoffs in 2022.
This week’s “Monday Night Football” contest figures to deliver on the hype. In a showdown between Super Bowl hopefuls, the Bengals will host the Bills in the final “Monday Night Football” game of the year.
By all metrics, this is a matchup of two of the best teams in the league. According to weighted defense-adjusted value over average (DVOA), the Bills are the second-best team in the league and the Bengals rank fourth. ProFootballFocus has Cincinnati as the sixth-best team and the Bills ninth. Pro Football Reference’s SRS has the Bills as the league’s best and the Bengals at fifth.
The battle between Buffalo and Cincinnati has plenty of stakes for the remainder of the season. The Bills still control the No. 1 seed in the AFC and the Bengals sit in third. Should Buffalo win out, the Bills would stay ahead of the Chiefs for the top seed. But if Cincinnati wins, it would need only a win against the Ravens and a Kansas City loss to the Raiders in Week 18 to take home-field advantage in the AFC.
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Here is everything you need to know about Bills vs. Bengals, including TV and streaming options for the game.
Bills vs. Bengals will kick off around 8:15 p.m. ET on Monday, Jan. 2. The game will be played at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Bills vs. Bengals will air on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC, but cord-cutters can catch the game on ESPN+ and fuboTV, which offers a free trial. Viewers in Canada can stream the game on DAZN.
In addition to the options listed above, Rams vs. Packers will also be available to stream on these services:
ESPN made one of the biggest splashes of the broadcasting offseason when it signed Joe Buck and Troy Aikman to work “Monday Night Football.” Buck will handle play-by-play duties, while Aikman will provide color commentary.
“Monday Night Football” games can be watched on the ESPN App, through ESPN+ or on fuboTV, which offers a free trial


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