Dec 6, 2020; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) looks over the offensive line prior to a play against the Cincinnati Bengals during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
The Miami Dolphins look to continue their undefeated season with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football.
The Week 3 edition of Thursday Night Football may not have been the most enticing game between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, but it did give fans the George Pickens one-handed catch. But in Week 4, we have a potential high-scoring game on deck, as the Miami Dolphins take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
Miami is the lone undefeated team in the AFC, not bad for first-year head coach Mike McDaniel. In Week 3, the Dolphins overcame the “Butt Punt,” and a comeback attempt by the Buffalo Bills to secure the 21-19 victory. Through three games, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is one of the top players at his position and silencing the critics early on.
Now, Tagovailoa faces off against a former SEC foe in Joe Burrow.
The Bengals won the AFC championship last year, but have not had the 2022 season like many had envisioned. They lost their first two games of the season to the Steelers and Dallas Cowboys after Burrow was pressured and sacked like crazy. But, they got their first win of the season in Week 3 by defeating the New York Jets 27-12.
Now, for those wondering how to watch the Bengals vs. Dolphins Thursday Night Football game, we have you covered.
The Week 4 edition of Thursday Night Football is broadcasting nationally on Amazon Prime Video. But there are local broadcasts available if you are in the market of the Dolphins and Bengals.
Bengals fans can watch the local broadcast on WCPO (Ch. 9) in Cincinnati. Dolphins fans WSFL-TV in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area.
If you fall outside of those markets, you will need an Amazon Prime account to watch the game. They are offering a free 30-day free trial, which means you can watch up to four Thursday Night Football games for free.
You can sign up for Amazon Prime and watch the game by clicking on this link.
Again, outside of the Cincinnati and Miami/Fort Lauderdale areas, you will need Amazon Prime to watch the game.
For those who are in-market for the local broadcasts, you can live stream them through fuboTV, which is also offering a free trial. You can do so by clicking the link above.
Below are the following Dolphins who have been ruled out for Thursday Night Football:
The good news for Miami is that quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, cornerback Xavien Howard, and offensive tackle Terron Armstead, all of whom were listed as questionable, are officially active.
The following Bengals players are inactive for the Week 4 game:
Linebacker Germaine Pratt, who was listed as questionable due to a knee injury, was listed as active for Cincinnati.
If you are looking for an option outside of the ones listed above, you can try to Google “sportsurge” or “NFL live stream reddit.” But do so at your own discretion, as doing so can cause you to deal with issues such as buffering and shutdowns.
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