The Bengals return to Paul Brown Stadium to host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Here are the ways to watch, listen and follow the action to the Week 5 contest.
- Play-by-Play: Thom Brennaman
- Analyst: Chris Spielman
- Sideline: Shannon Spake
According to 506sports.com, Sunday's contest will air in the Bengals television market for most of Ohio and Kentucky, as well as much of Arizona and southeast California.
506sports.com Map Key FOX Early:
- Green: Arizona at Cincinnati
- Yellow: Tampa Bay at New Orleans
- Red: Minnesota at New York Giants
- Purple: Atlanta at Houston
- Orange: Chicago vs. Oakland (in London)
LIVE VIDEO STREAM
Phone and Tablet: In-market fans can watch games for free on Yahoo Sports, in the Official Bengals App (iOS users only). Android users can watch it on the Yahoo Sports app only. NFL app offers free streams for viewers in the local market.
Desktop: NFL.com, or at ESPN.com (requires TV provider login).
Connected TV devices: the NFL app, ESPN mobile app (requires TV provider login).
Both iOS mobile web and mobile app users attempting to access the live stream should make sure to "Allow Location Access" for their Safari Website app (Settings > Privacy > Location Service > Safari) prior to accessing the live stream.
- Geographic and device restrictions apply. Local and primetime games only. Data charges may apply.
Bengals Radio Network: Led by Cincinnati flagship stations WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7). The pregame show begins airing at 11:30 a.m.
- Play-by-Play: Dan Hoard
- Analyst: Dave Lapham
- Pregame Show: Wayne Box Miller
SIRIUS: 125 (Ari), 134 (Cin) | XM: 386 (Ari), 229 (Cin)
Follow the game with live stats on Bengals.com.
SEE THE REPLAY WITH NFL GAME PASS
NFL Game Pass, which is available now for free on a trial basis, provides access to replays of every game. NFL Game Pass features full broadcasts, condensed games and coaches' film. It is viewable on smart phones and tablets via the NFL App, as well as on connected TV devices via the NFL App, on XBox One, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku, Amazon Fire and Android TV. Note: It is not compatible with Google Chromecast.