How to Watch Las Vegas Raiders vs. Cincinnati Bengals: TV, Livestream

The 2022 NFL Playoffs are underway and it’s the Las Vegas Raiders vs. Cincinnati Bengals today on NBC. Live coverage begins at 15:00 ET with Football Night in America. Today’s Wild Card match-up will also be available via livestream on Peacock Premium. See below for more information on how to watch the game.

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The Las Vegas Raiders got their first playoff spot in five years with an overtime win of 35-32 against the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday night. Derek Carr went 20-for-36 for 186 yards and two touchdowns in the win while RB Josh Jacobs had 26 carries to a career-high of 132 yards and a touchdown. Carr finished the regular season with a total of 4,804 passing yards – the fifth most passing yards of any quarterback this season – and 23 touchdowns.

The Cincinnati Bengals fell 21-16 to the Cleveland Browns Sunday. The Bengals rested most of their starters with the exception of the rookie WR Ja’Marr Chase which set a new franchise record for a single season in yards (1,455). The former record holder was Chad Johnson which reached 1,440 yards back in 2007. Chase finished the regular season with 81 catches for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns and was named PFT’s 2021 NFL offensive rookie of the year.

The Bengals and Raiders met during the regular season in Week 11 in Las Vegas, where Cincinnati got a 32-13 victory and surpassed the Raiders 19-7 in the fourth quarter.

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How to watch the Las Vegas Raiders vs Cincinnati Bengals:

  • Where: Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • When: Saturday, January 15th
  • Start time: 16:30 ET; Live coverage begins at 15:00 ET with Football Night in America
  • TV channel: NBC
  • Stream live: Watch live on Peacock Premium or online with the NBC Sports App
  • Announcers: Mike Tirico, Drew Brees, Kathryn Tappen (sideline), Terry McAuley (rules analyst)
  • Read more about the game here

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