Here is the schedule for Cincinnati Bengals’ 2021 NFL season
The Cincinnati Bengals are an NFL team based in ‘The Queen City’ – Cincinnati. They were established 54 years ago, in the year 1967. They are a part of NFL’s American Conference League North Division.
The Bengals ply their trade at the Paul Brown Stadium, named in memory of Paul Brown, an important founding member of Cincinnati Bengals.
Although, they have made it to the playoffs 14 times, the Bengals do not have any League Championships to their name. They are one of the 12 teams to have not done so.
Their best performance came in the years 1981 and 1988 when they won the Conference Championships. Those were the only years the Bengals made it to the Super Bowl.
The Bengals’ last playoff appearance was in the year 2015. Besides this, the Bengals’ have won the Division Championships nine times.
American Football executive Mike Brown is the owner and president of the team.
Their head coach is Zac Taylor and Duke Tobin, their general manager.
Cincinnati Bengals 2021 Roster
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Cincinnati Bengals NFL 2021 Schedule
Where and how to watch NFL Pre-season and Regular Season without Reddit stream or Buffstream
Here is how you can catch the live-action of the 2021 NFL season without having to use Buffstreams or Reddit Stream.
NFL’s very own NFL Network will be broadcasting the majority of the pre-season games . The rest of the games which are not broadcasted can be seen on regional channels depending on one’s region.
An NFL Game Pass is required for the same. 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
A few of the pre-season games are broadcasted by NBC and CBS as well. However, 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.
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