Bengals vs Browns

Bengals vs Browns : Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns are still in the postseason race, if only hanging on by a thread. If they beat the Cincinnati Bengals today then Cleveland will complete the sweep of their interstate rivals for the first time in nearly 20 years.

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Sunday’s Cincinnati and Cleveland football game kicks off at 1 pm EST / 10 am PST, and you can tune into CBS Sports for traditional TV coverage. Watch Bengals vs Browns online live streaming without cable by choosing one of the following options:

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At 6-7-1, Cleveland has come a long ways from their abysmal 0-16 season a year ago. Rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield has proven himself a franchise player and head coach Gregg Williams is likely here to stay.

The Browns have rounded into shape in the latter half of the season having won four of their last five games. Their Playoffs hopes weren’t helped by Baltimore beating the Chargers last night, but fans have to feel good about where the franchise is headed.

The same cannot be said for Bengals fans that have watched their team go from a hot start to a 6-8 record. Injuries to their offensive core of Andy Dalton, A.J. Green and Tyler Eifert for the season have all but neutered their ability to score.

A lone bright spot for the Bengals came last week when backup quarterback Jeff Driskel led the Bengals to a 30-16 win over the Raiders that snapped a five-game losing streak.

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