What TV channel is Bengals-Titans on today? Live stream, time, how to watch online

The Cincinnati Bengals and Tennessee Titans will face off on Sunday, November 27th. The game will be streamed live on Paramount+ (free trial) and fuboTV (free trial).

Revenge isn’t on the menu, at least not for the Titans, even if Cincinnati is visiting Music City for the first time since the Bengals ended Tennessee’s run as the AFC’s No. 1 last January.

Oh, Tennessee fans might rejoice at the opportunity to get a little revenge for the Super Bowl seat they so desperately wanted. With so many roster changes, these Titans insist Sunday’s playoff chase has their attention — not their division loss.

These teams have more in common than the playoff game where both start 0-2 this season before recovering.

Tennessee (7-3) have won seven of eight, including a 27-17 win in Green Bay on Nov. 17, giving the struggling Titans a much-needed long weekend.

Cincinnati (6-4) have won four of five, including a 37-30 win at Pittsburgh last weekend for defending champions AFC North’s first league win of the season.

The Titans sit by a nice margin at the top of the AFC South, chasing their third straight title. They rallied with Derrick Henry re-leading the NFL and a defense that has been among the league’s stingiest since it was blown out in Buffalo in Week 2.

Tennessee has conceded just 15.4 points per game since that loss, and the Titans are giving up a league-low 60.4 yards per game in that span. Cincinnati and Joe Burrow were among the NFL’s best offenses during the same period, ranking third with 28.5 points per game.

Cincinnati went into Week 12 of the AFC in seventh place, and six of the Bengals’ seven remaining opponents would currently be in the playoffs.

When is Bengals Titans?

The Titans play the Bengals on Sunday, November 27 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Live Stream Options

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The game is streamed live on fuboTV, which offers a free trial. The most basic plan is the “Fubo Standard” plan, which includes 121+ channels for $69.99 per month. As with all cord cutting alternatives, there are many options, especially for sports. It comes with 1,000+ hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 10 screens simultaneously.


Paramount+, which offers a 7-day free trial and includes 20,000+ episodes and movies from the ViacomCBS family including CBS, Comedy Central, BET, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures and more.

There are two tiers of the streaming service. For $4.99 per month you get limited commercials. For $9.99 per month there are no ads. Both tiers come with the 7-day free trial.

Will it be televised?

The Bengals and Titans air on CBS.


PAINFUL LOSS: That division loss injured Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill so badly that his third interception came with 20 seconds remaining and set up Cincinnati’s game-winning field goal. Tannehill spoke in May about needing therapy to help him with the game’s “deep scar”.

Tannehill is coming off his best game this season, throwing for 333 yards and two touchdowns. He’s been intercepted just four times in eight games this season.

“Every year is a little bit different,” Tannehill said. “There is a slightly different mental side. I myself and everyone else have grown mentally through the challenges of this year.”

HEALTHY HENRY: When these teams last met, Cincinnati held Henry on 62 yards rushing and a touchdown run. The two-time NFL rushing champion had just been activated after missing the final nine games of the regular season with a broken right foot.

Henry is healthy now, having become the first running back to hit the 1,000 yard mark, and he has 1,010 rushing yards and 10 TDs. He had 132 yards from scrimmage last week, threw the third TD pass of his career and took a screen pass 42 yards.

“We know we brought him in last year while he was recovering from injury and it’s going to be a little bit different than what we’re seeing from him this week,” said Cincinnati coach Zac Taylor.

JA’MARR RETURNS? Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase could be back as early as Sunday after returning to practice Wednesday despite being restricted. Chase first injured his hip on Oct. 16 and has missed three straight games thanks to Cincinnati’s bye.

The reigning AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year has 47 catches for 605 yards and six touchdowns this season. The Bengals went 2-1 without Chase. Taylor said the recipient is day-to-day.

“I know once he’s ready to go, he’ll be ready to play again and keep playing,” Burrow said.

MORE THAN BAGS: The Titans set a franchise record, tying the NFL postseason mark with nine sacks in that divisional loss. But Vrabel immediately pointed out the biggest problem after the loss: His Titans never once took the ball from Burrow as the Bengals won the turnover fight with three interceptions against Tennessee.

“We keep bringing last year up,” said 2021 Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons, who had three sacks in that divisional loss. “We didn’t have a nine-sack strip sack, so we could get to quarterback. Let’s also try to get the ball from the quarterback.”

Tennessee is without defenseman Denico Autry, who is leading this season with seven sacks. But outside linebacker Bud Dupree could be back after missing the previous game and three overall with an injured hip. Safety Amani Hooker could also be back after missing two games with an injured left shoulder.

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS: Without Chase, Burrow made sure the rest of the Cincinnati offense got into the mix. Running back Joe Mixon rushed for 153 yards and totaled five touchdowns in a 42-21 win over Carolina. But he left last week’s game with a concussion and was ruled out on Friday after not practicing all week.

After Mixon left, Samaje Perine hit three TDs on four receptions, and wide receiver Trenton Irwin caught the first TD pass of his career. Burrow completed passes to seven different receivers while throwing for 355 yards and four TDs.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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