Bills at Bengals live stream: How to watch online
How to watch the Cincinnati Bengals’ game against the Buffalo Bills in Week 11 online.
The 3-5-1 Bengals are in must-win territory when the 4-5 Bills arrive at Paul Brown Stadium this Sunday. Cincy’s playoff hopes are wafer-thin, but they can still play a part in the AFC North race.
Fox will broadcast this game. Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis and former Buffalo linebacker Chris Spielman will help call the action.
The Bills will try and win the way they always do. There’ll be a heavy diet of running on offense and a ton of pressure applied on the pocket defensively.
Unfortunately for the Bengals, both those things can exploit their two chief weaknesses. Specifically, Cincinnati owns the 24th-ranked run defense in football, while the Bills are the second-best team in the NFL at making yards on the ground.
Running back LeSean McCoy, dual-threat quarterback Tyrod Taylor and a powerful O-line can wear out the Bengals this week. Cincy needs big games from interior defenders such as nose tackle Domata Peko and middle linebacker Vontaze Burfict.
The Bengals’ best bet of nullifying the Buffalo rushing attack will be relying on their own offense to put up points. Their chances have been helped by quarterback Andy Dalton being able to practice fully after taking a beating during the loss to the New York Giants in Week 10.
Dalton has been in fine form this season. He’s thrown 10 touchdowns and just four interceptions. Wideout A.J. Green is still the Red Rifle’s favorite target. No. 18 is keeping pace at the top of the league’s receiving charts, per NFL on Twitter:
2016 Receiving Yards Leaders (Through Week 10) pic.twitter.com/zHx26KXJ4i
— NFL (@NFL) November 16, 2016
But Dalton also has tight end Tyler Eifert, running back Giovani Bernard and rookie wideout Tyler Boyd at his disposal.
However, Dalton won’t be able to connect with any of his weapons if the league’s toughest pass rush is allowed to swarm on him. The Bills have recorded 30 sacks, with Lorenzo Alexander leading the way with 10.
Unfortunately for Dalton, the Bengals haven’t been able to keep him clean all season. He’s been sacked 28 times, so Alexander and Co. should be able to pad a few statistics this week.
This is one of the tougher games to call on the Week 11 docket. Both teams have been struggling for wins, but still possess game-breakers on both sides of the ball.
If the Bengals can stand up to what the Bills do best, home advantage should prove enough for a fourth win.
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