Chicago Bears vs Cincinnati Bengals live stream without Reddit, Buffstream and Crackstreams, preview, where to watch and more


Here is how you can stream Chicago Bears vs Cincinnati Bengals live without Reddit streams, Buffstream and Crackstreams

The Cincinnati Bengals will be making their visit to Soldier Field for their second game of the 2021 NFL Season. They will be taking on the Chicago Bears.

Coming off an OT win over the Vikings on the 12th of September, the Bengals will be looking forward to keeping their winning momentum up.

Meanwhile, the Bears will be hoping to get back on track after a dismal showing against the Los Angeles Rams at the SoFi Stadium.

The Rams cruised to an easy 34-14 win over the Bears.

Chicago Bears vs Cincinnati Bengals head-to-head

The Chicago Bears and The Cincinnati Bengals have faced just 11 times previously. A close head-to-head record – the Bengals currently lead the series 6 wins to 5.

Their first meeting was in 1972, and it was the Bengals who took the lead with an easy 13-3 win.

And, it has been almost 4 years since the Bears and Bengals met. The Bears annihilated the Bengals, 33-7.

Chicago Bears vs Cincinnati Bengals live stream without Reddit, Buffstream and Crackstreams

The Chicago Bears vs The Cincinnati Bengals will be live on the FOX Network on the 19th of September – 1:00 pm ET.

The official apps of both teams provide live streaming of the match. (although, only locally).

Yahoo Sports App provides streaming in a few areas as well.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow 9 looks to pass during the Cincinnati Bengals training camp on August 16, 2021 at the Cincinnati Bengals training facility in Cincinnati, OH. Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire NFL, American Football Herren,

Live streaming is provided by the NFL Network globally. An NFL pass is required for the same.

For fans in the UK, the action can be caught live on SkySports’ dedicated NFL channel. The match will begin at 6 pm BST.

There are several other streaming platforms as well – Sling TV and Fubo.

Where to watch NFL 2021?


NFL Network

An NFL Game Pass is required. It costs $99.99 for a season.

In order to catch all the 270 games – including pre-season, regular season and the Super Bowl, a pro pass is required. Pro-pass costs $125, and lets one catch live action of the pre-season, regular season and the Super Bowl.


NBC and CBS sports provide live-action of most of the regular-season games. They are available in several service providers.

Sling TV and Fubo

Sling TV and Fubo are not broadcasters, but instead, they offer various channels through subscriptions. With a $35 month subscription a majority of the NFL games can be followed live on Sling TV.

Fubo is quite similar as well. It offers various channels like NBC, CBS, Fox, and has a 7-day free trial period.


There are a few streaming options in the United Kingdom. However, it is SkySports that stand out from the rest.

Fans in the United Kingdom can also purchase an NFL pass that costs 147.99 Euros for the entire season. Quite expensive in comparison to USA’s $99.99 and $125.

Other options are provided by SkySports and BBC’s iPlayer. SkySports currently has a channel dedicated to NFL, called SkySports NFL, and live-action can be caught on the channel.

BBC’s iPlayer is predominantly for the casuals who would like to catch up with the highlights and stories. Live streaming is not provided by BBC’s iPlayer.

Chicago Bears roster 2021


14Andy DaltonQB
1Justin FieldsQB
9Nick FolesQB
24Khali HerbertRB
37CJ MarableRB
32David MontgomeryRB
35Ryan Nall  RB
46Artavis PierceRB
8Damien WilliamsRB
13Rodney AdamsWR
10Damiere ByrdWR
84Marquise Goodwin WR
14Justin HardyWR
18Jon’Vea JohnsonWR
18Chris LacyWR
11Darnell MooneyWR
88Riley Ridley WR
12Allen Robinson WR
15Javon Wims WR
80Jimmy GrahamTE
49Scooter HarringtonTE
81J.P. HoltzTE
87Jesper HorstedTE
83Jesse JamesTE
85Cole KmetTE
62Adam RedmondC
65Cody WhitehairC
67Sam MustipherOL
72Tyrone Wheatley Jr.OL


90Angelo BlacksonDE
97Mario Edwards DE
96Akiem HicksDE
78Sam KamaraDE
63LaCale LondonDE
94Robert Quinn  DE
72Daniel ArchibongDT
98Bilal NicholsDT
64Mike PennelDT
95Khyiris TongaDT
91Eddie GoldmanNT
60Austin CalitroOLB
57Christian JonesOLB
52Khalil MackOLB
52Alec OgletreeOLB
58Roquan Smith ILB
59Danny Trevathan ILB
50Jeremiah AttaochuLB
99Trevis GipsonLB
45Joel IyiegbuniweLB
92Caleb JohnsonLB
53Ledarius MackLB
49Charles SnowdenLB
93James VaughtersLB
55Josh WoodsLB
25Artie Burns CB
27Thomas Graham Jr.CB
33Jaylon JohnsonCB
30Michael JosephCB
20Duke ShelleyCB
37Teez TaborCB
21Desmond Trufant CB
22Kindle VildorCB
26Deon BushDB
43Marqui ChristianDB
47Xavier CrawfordDB
36DeAndre Houston-CarsonDB
31Tre RobersonDB
38Tashaun Gipson FS
4Eddie JacksonFS
23Jordan LucasSS

Cincinnati Bengals 2021 Roster


8Brandon AllenQB
9Joe Burrow QB
5Eric DungeyQB
6Kyle ShurmurQB
25Chris Evans RB
28Joe MixonRB
31Jacques PatrickRB
34Samaje Perine RB
32Trayveon Williams  RB
36Pooka Williams Jr.RB
83Tyler BoydWR
1Ja’Marr Chase WR
85Tee HigginsWR
15Reece HornWR
16Trenton IrwinWR
12Riley LeesWR
17Stanley MorganWR
19Auden TateWR
11Trent TaylorWR
80Mike ThomasWR
14Scotty WashingtonWR
81Thaddeus Moss TE
82Cheyenne O’GradyTE
89Drew SampleTE
86Mason SchreckTE
87C.J. UzomahTE
88Pro Wells TE
84Mitchell WilcoxTE
53Lamont GaillardC
63Trey HillC
66Trey HopkinsC
53Billy PriceC


92Freedom AkinmoladunDE
93Amani BledsoeDE
91Trey Hendrickson DE
94Sam HubbardDE
56Wyatt Hubert DE
90Khalid KareemDE
58Joseph Ossai  DE
98D.J. ReaderDE
96Cameron SampleDE
76Mike DanielsDT
69Kahlil McKenzieDT
65Larry Ogunjobi DT
99Tyler ShelvinDT
68Josh TupouDT
95Renell WrenDT
50Jordan EvansOLB
55Logan WilsonOLB
49Joe BachieLB
51Markus BaileyLB
59Akeem Davis-GaitherLB
44Darius HodgeLB
47Keandre JonesLB
57Germaine PrattLB
20Eli AppleCB
22Chidobe AwuzieCB
35Jalen DavisCB
21Mike HiltonCB
33Donnie LewisCB
29Antonio PhillipsCB
23Darius PhillipsCB
26Trae Waynes CB
27Tony BrownDB
41Trayvon HendersonDB
39Winston RoseDB
40Brandon WilsonDB
37Ricardo AllenFS
30Jessie BatesFS
43Kavon FrazierFS
24Vonn BellSS

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