The Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) will face the Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) in their fifteenth game of the season at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday, January 2 at noon CT. The game will air on CBS, and market fans can stream the game on Fubo.TV (7-day free trial).
Will you be able to watch this game on TV? If you live in the red zones on the map below, you’ll get this game on your local CBS channels, according to 506sports.com:
For the second game in a row, and the fourth time this season, Tony Romo and Jim Nantz will be in the broadcast booth calling the Chiefs game. Tracy Wolfson will be their secondary reporter as usual. Kansas City’s record is 2-1 with those broadcasters this season, with the last win coming last week.
Quite a lot of the country won’t get the game on their local CBS broadcasts this week with four games on CBS’ top slate. Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California and parts of Oregon won’t get the game, but Arizona and most of the Pacific Northwest will.
Kansas City opened as a 4.5-point favorite over Cincinnati and that number appears to be holding up over the weekend. The Chiefs haven’t won on the road in Cincinnati since 1984, when Todd Blackledge was the team’s QB. It’s a high stakes game for both teams. The Bengals are looking to keep the AFC North lead and Kansas City hopes to clinch the No. 1 seed before Week 18.