Where to Watch Ravens vs Bengals Divisional Round Game?

Neither the Buffalo Bills nor the Cincinnati Bengals had typical victories in their wild-card games last week. The Buffalo Bills just avoided a comeback by the Miami Dolphins, and the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Baltimore Ravens with a defensive touchdown.

After a hot start in which Josh Allen and the Bills scored 17 straight points, they were nearly stunned by the Dolphins. The game was in doubt until the third quarter when Allen threw touchdown passes to Cole Beasley and Gabe Davis.

However, the Bengals’ defensive end Sam Hubbard recovered a fumble by Tyler Huntley late in the fourth quarter, leading to a 98-yard, game-winning touchdown and a 24-17 win for Cincinnati in the AFC divisional round.

The remaining eight teams are now vying for one of two automatic bids to the conference finals. After Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field during their Week 17 game, the Bills and Bengals will meet again for the first time since the game was called off.

Where to Watch Ravens vs Bengals
Where to Watch Ravens vs Bengals

Where to Watch Ravens vs Bengals?

The Ravens and the Bengals game is being broadcast by NBC, so even if you don’t have cable or satellite TV, you can still see all the action by subscribing to NBC‘s live TV service or streaming service, Peacock.

NBC can be accessed on all five major streaming platforms, which is great news for football lovers. The caveat is that not all services provide all local channels, so use the links below to verify if NBC is available in your area.

If you reside in a reception-friendly region, you may watch the show on NBC for free through over-the-air broadcast channels by installing a single inexpensive (less than $30) indoor antenna on practically every TV in the house.

Peacock provides a free but restricted, plan in addition to two paid, expanded options. The monthly fee for the premium plan with advertisements is $5, while the fee for the premium plan without advertisements is $10.

Watching NBC’s coverage of NFL playoff games, such as Saturday night’s Chargers-Jaguars and Sunday night’s Ravens-Bengals, requires a paid subscription. Here is our review of Peacock if you’re interested. Live TV streaming services like those listed above often include free trials, allow subscribers to quit at any time, and require a reliable internet connection.

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Since NBC is airing the Ravens and Bengals game, those without cable or satellite may still see all the action by subscribing to either NBC’s traditional TV service or its online streaming service, Peacock.

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