The Bengals vs. Steelers live TV and streaming online matchup will be a part of Sunday’s 2015 NFL Week 8 schedule in which one of the unbeaten teams of the league is on display again. Cincinnati has continued to reign supreme among the undefeated squads so far, with an impressive 6-0 start, including a 3-0 away record. However, they’ll be at Pittsburgh today, and it appears Ben Roethlisberger will finally be back for the home team. The 2015 NFL football live stream and televised action arrives via various sources including CBS.
According to NBC Sports’ Pro Football Talk in their Oct. 30 report, Roethlisberger is expected to make the start today after missing four games of the season with a knee injury. He was listed as probable as of the final injury report that was issued this past Friday and practiced this week without any apparent issues with his knee. The good news for the Steelers and their fans is that this will be the first game of the season featuring their star QB as well as Le’Veon Bell, Martavis Bryant, Heath Miller and Antonio Brown.
That could be bad news for the Bengals who could suffer their first loss of the season on the road. However, Cincinnati has been in other games this year where the outcome seemed in their opponents’ favor, including a close road win 28-24 over the Ravens in their third game of the season, and then a 27-24 win at home against the Seahawks just two games ago. They’ll enter this game off a win over the Buffalo Bills 34-21 on the road. Andy Dalton threw for three touchdowns in that game with 243 yards on 22-for-33 completed passes.
The point spread for this AFC matchup first opened at 2-1/2 points in favor of the visitors, but since then it’s moved towards the home team, with Pittsburgh a one point favorite at some books. On the moneyline, the Steelers are currently -115 favorites with the Bengals a +105 underdog. Today’s over/under points total is at 48-1/2 for the complete game. The future odds list Cincinnati as 13 to 1 favorites to win the Super Bowl, which has them third overall. Pittsburgh is still hanging around the top half of teams on that list with 30 to 1 odds to win it.
Sunday’s Bengals vs. Steelers matchup is scheduled for kickoff just around 1 p.m. Eastern Time. The live televised coverage will be presented on CBS affiliate stations around the country. For live streaming online viewing, subscribers to NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile and Sunday Direct Ticket can watch via their specific websites or mobile apps. Live audio commentary is available for Sirius XM Satellite Radio subscribers on channels 82 and 135 for the home and away coverage, respectively.