Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans live stream, start time, odds, TV channel, radio broadcast

Tennessee Titans fans. (Syndication: The Tennessean)
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The No. 1 seed Tennessee Titans will take on the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional Playoffs and here’s what you need to know to tune in.

The Titans got to enjoy a week off thanks to their top billing in the AFC while the Bengals had to battle by the Raiders in the Wild Card Round.

Now Tennessee gets to strut their stuff while Cincinnati will look to ride the wave with Joe Burrow.

It should be a fine AFC Divisional Round matchup for NFL fans to enjoy on Saturday afternoon with a berth in the AFC Championship Game on the line.

Bengals vs. Titans odds and betting picks for Divisional Round

WynnBET has Tennesee favored by 3.5 points over Cincinnati. The money line has the home team at -185 and the road team at +152. The over/under for the game is 47 points.

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What channel is Bengals vs. Titans on?

CBS will air the game live from Nissan Stadium in Nashville at 4:30 p.m. ET with coverage beginning with NFL Today at 3:30 p.m. ET.

Ian Eagle will handle play-by-play with Charles Davis providing analysis and Evan Washburn reporting from the sidelines.

Bengals vs. Titans live stream

Your television service provider’s streaming service should carry the playoff action while the game can also be streamed on fuboTV with their free seven-day trial for new viewers..

Bengals radio network

Radio coverage from the Cincinnati perspective can be found on the Bengals Radio Network, including flagships stations 700WLW, ESPN 1530, and 102.7 WEBN.

Dan Hoard will be on play-by-play and joined by Dave Lapham with analysis.

Titans radio network

Fans in Tennessee can tune in to their local radio broadcast via Titans Radio which is led by flagship station WGFX 104.5 FM The Zone. Additional stations can be identified with their station finder.

As usual, Mike Feith and Dave McGinnis will be on the call with Amie Wells reporting from the sidelines.

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