How To Watch Ravens vs. Bengals Wild Card Round: Live Stream and Game Predictions

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The Baltimore Ravens will return to Ohio to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in the Wild Card round, and the only coin being tossed in this matchup will be at the beginning of the game.

And potentially at the end of the game if there’s overtime, but that’s not a very high possibility.

The Ravens are the clear underdogs yet again with Lamar Jackson still sidelined due to injury, and Jackson is reportedly on track to miss his sixth straight game.

In his place, Tyler Huntley will likely get the start, which is at least better than undrafted rookie Anthony Brown. Either way, the Ravens are kind of screwed.

Unless the Ravens’ defense forces several turnovers, the Bengals should have this game in the bag, sending Baltimore home early. Who knows, though, maybe Baltimore can actually pull off the upset this time. It’s the NFL. Anything can happen.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

How to Watch Ravens vs. Bengals

The game will be broadcasted on NBC. Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth and Melissa Stark will be on the call.

How to Stream Ravens vs. Bengals

There are a few options you can use for streaming purposes this week. We recommend using FuboTV. Please consider that regional blackout rules will apply to some services. Here are some other streaming options for the game:

NFL+ (mobile only)
Hulu + Live TV
Sling TV
Paramount Plus (if the game is broadcasted locally)

How to Listen to Ravens vs. Bengals

You can listen to the Ravens vs. Bengals locally on WBAL (1090 AM) and 98 Rock (97.9 FM).

Ravens vs. Bengals Kickoff Time and Location

The game will be played at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Kickoff is on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 8:15 p.m ET.

Ravens vs. Bengals Weather

The weather for the game will be 47 degrees with cloudy skies.

Ravens vs. Bengals History

Curiously enough, this will be the first time that the Ravens and Bengals will meet in the playoffs.

In the regular season, the Ravens lead the all-time series against the Bengals, 28-26. The two teams met twice this season and recorded a win apiece: Baltimore won 19-17 in Week 5 and Cincinnati won 27-16 in Week 18.

Ravens vs. Bengals Prediction

A Lamar Jackson-less Ravens team against a full strength Bengals team? We can’t in good faith put our chips behind Baltimore, not with the way the team has been playing in recent weeks.

The Ravens are in pure desperation mode. We’d bet John Harbaugh calls one of his notorious two-point conversion attempts (that fails, naturally) and Justin Tucker will without a doubt kick at least one field goal. This game could be close given the Ravens’ loaded defense, but the offense is hobbling on its last leg and needs to be put out of its misery. Start the rebuild for next season already.

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The Bengals will move onto the divisional round, beating the Ravens 24-17.