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How to watch the Browns take on the Bengals at home on Sunday

Posted at 11:15 AM, Dec 05, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-05 11:47:05-05

CLEVELAND — After a demoralizing loss to the Steelers last Sunday, the Browns are taking on the Bengals at FirstEnergy Stadium this Sunday, whether they're ready or not.

The game will air on CBS beginning at 1 p.m. You can watch the game online with CBS All Access (you can get a one-week free trial) and other services such as NFL Game Pass and Fubo TV. Note that restrictions may apply, and some games will not be available live.

Listen to the game live on FM radio stations 92.3 The Fan and 98.5 WNCX, or on ESPN 850 on the AM dial.

Tune in to News 5 at 10:30 a.m. Sunday for Browns Countdown. Jon Doss, Hanford Dixon, Je'Rod Cherry and Nathan Zegura will break down everything you need to know before the game.

Then head to the News 5 Cleveland Facebook page at halftime to watch News 5's Halftime Live.

After the game, celebrate or lament with Derek Forrest on Browns Town Live at 11:35 p.m. Sunday, just after News 5 at 11 p.m.

With playoff chances all but completely dashed for this season, let's hope we can wrap up the year on a positive note, and focus on what we need to improve for next season.

After the ugliness of the first Browns-Steelers game, and the rematch loss, Steelers fans had a little fun, trolling the "Pittsburgh Started It" shirts with their own version.

While Freddie Kitchens is still head coach for the Browns, he's definitely under scrutiny both for his fashion choices and his inability to bring out the talent in his star-studded offensive line.

The release this week of defensive end Chris Smith was tough to see, not only because of his recent personal tragedy, but because it's another blow to the already-depleted roster.

No doubt Browns fans are worried about the condition of Baker Mayfield after he caught his hand on a Steelers helmet during an incomplete pass midway through last week's game. He missed practice this week and appeared at a news conference Thursday with a wrapped hand, but insists he'll be ready to play Sunday.

Not to worry though, Tom Holland - Spider-Man himself - is a Browns fan, so we got that going for us, which is nice.