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How to watch the Browns take on the Bengals in Cincinnati

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Posted at 8:00 AM, Oct 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-25 08:00:51-04

CINCINNATI — The Cleveland Browns are looking to bounce back from their tough loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers as they head to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals for the second time this season, this time at Paul Brown Stadium.

The Browns, who go into the game with a 4-2 record, will look to sweep the Bengals after beating them in the Week 2 match-up.

If the Browns pass rushers, led by Myles Garrett, can exploit the Bengals’ offensive line and put the pressure on Joe Burrow, the secondary can return to getting crucial takeaways and Baker Mayfield can bounce back from a rough outing in Pittsburgh, Cleveland should be able to celebrate another win, and another Victory Monday.

Kick things off on News 5 at 11 a.m. Sunday with Browns Countdown. Jon Doss, Hanford Dixon, Je'Rod Cherry and Nathan Zegura will break down everything you need to know before the game.

The game will air on CBS 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.

This season, fans will also be able to watch games for free online with Yahoo! Sports via on mobile web and the Browns mobile app, as long as the viewer is within the local broadcast radius. Links to watch the games will be posted on the website and mobile app.

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. The radio broadcasts are also available on the Browns website and app.

After the second quarter, head to the News 5 Cleveland Facebook page at halftime to watch News 5's Halftime Live.

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

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