The Bengals and Colts haven’t been able to match their respective expectations in 2017, but here’s how you can watch them battle on Sunday.



The Cincinnati Bengals and Indianapolis Colts have both fallen off a bit over the last few years from their previous days of playoff appearances. Now, they both sit with just two wins through seven weeks and will look to sink their opponent’s season with a win on Sunday.

The Bengals currently hold a 2-4 record, good enough for third in the AFC North, ahead of a winless Cleveland Browns squad. Meanwhile, the Colts sit at 2-5 before their bye week even can pop up on their schedule, and see themselves at the bottom of a lackluster AFC South.

Both teams are struggling to find an offensive identity, with the Colts still without star quarterback Andrew Luck, and the Bengals still searching for the best way to run their offense in a tough division. Now, we’ll see who figures out their situation first in their Week 8 matchup.

How can I watch the Colts and Bengals?

This game doesn’t look like it’ll be the best game on paper, with just four wins combined between the two teams. However, it could still provide for a close, entertaining battle, and you might as well test out some options to see if you can watch the action on a second screen.

You can tune into the game either on CBS to watch it on your TV f you’re in either the Indianapolis or Cincinnati markets, or you can stream the game on other devices. You can utilize NFL Sunday Ticket and FuboTV to watch the game live, or you can watch a replay on NFL Game Pass if you miss the chance to catch it live.

If you’re looking to try to make some dough during a potentially boring game on Sunday, go check out Sportsbook Review to see the odds for the action.

This one may turn into a snoozer quickly, but there’s still the potential for a close battle in Cincy on Sunday, and that should be enough reason to try to tune in.