How to Watch Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Live Stream Reddit & Crackstreams, NFLstreams info

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AFC North opponents meet when the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) and the Cincinnati Bengals (1-1) square off on Sunday, September 26, 2021 at Heinz Field. Below we dive into all of the info you need to know about this contest, including how to watch on FuboTV.

How to Watch Steelers vs. Bengals

Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Stats

  • The Steelers put up 26 points per game last year, comparable to the 26.5 per contest the Bengals gave up.
  • The Steelers averaged 54.6 fewer yards per game (334.6) than the Bengals allowed per outing (389.2) last season.
  • Last season the Steelers turned the ball over 18 times, one more than the Bengals’ takeaways (17).
  • The Bengals put up just 0.1 fewer points per game (19.4) than the Steelers gave up (19.5) last year.
  • The Bengals racked up only 14 more yards per game (319.8) than the Steelers gave up (305.8) per outing last season.
  • Last year the Bengals had 24 turnovers, three fewer than the Steelers had takeaways (27).

Steelers Impact Players

  • Ben Roethlisberger threw for 3,803 yards last season (237.7 per game) while completing 65.6% of his passes (399-for-608), with 33 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
  • Benny Snell Jr. rushed for 368 yards on 111 carries (23 yards per game) and scored four touchdowns a season ago.
  • Diontae Johnson reeled in 88 passes for 923 yards last season while scoring seven touchdowns. He was targeted 144 times, and averaged 57.7 receiving yards.
  • T.J. Watt put together an impressive stat line of 15 sacks, 23 TFL, 53 tackles, and one interception last year.
  • Joe Schobert collected 141 tackles, six TFL, 2.5 sacks, and three interceptions over his last campaign.
  • Minkah Fitzpatrick picked off four passes and tacked on 79 tackles, one TFL, and 11 passes defended last season.

Bengals Impact Players

  • Last season Joe Burrow racked up 2,688 passing yards (268.8 per game) while going 264-for-404 (65.3%) and throwing for 13 touchdowns with five interceptions. He tacked on 142 rushing yards on 37 carries and three TDs.
  • Joe Mixon rushed for 428 yards on 119 attempts (47.6 yards per game) and scored three touchdowns a season ago. He also averaged 15.3 receiving yards per game, grabbing 21 passes for 138 yards and one TD.
  • Tee Higgins grabbed 67 passes for 908 yards last year with six touchdowns. He was targeted 108 times, and averaged 56.8 yards per game.
  • Trey Hendrickson put together a strong body of work a year ago, registering 13.5 sacks, 12 TFL and 25 tackles.
  • Vonn Bell’s 2020 campaign saw him total 114 tackles and three TFL.
  • Jessie Bates III picked off three passes while adding 107 tackles, two TFL, and 15 passes defended a season ago.

How to Watch:

The game is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. ET and will be televised nationally on FOX. If you don’t have cable, you can watch the Patriots vs Saints 2021 live stream via one of the following live-TV streaming services:

If you just want to watch on your phone, the Yahoo Sports app for iOS and Android gives away every NFL game that’s broadcast in your local TV market to your smartphone or tablet for free. This appears to include preseason games, but we can’t find specific confirmation for this game.

Yes, that includes Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football. You can also sign into your NFL Game Pass subscription and stream it from the Yahoo app.

With one of our best TV antenna picks you can watch live if — and only if — your local FOX affiliate is showing Patriots vs Saints.

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Where can you watch Saints vs. Patriots online? You can stream this game, and many other NFL games live online with Hulu. Hulu has a 7 Day free trial and is cheaper than cable options at $5.99/month. Watch Saints vs. Patriots Free Online Now.

FuboTV

One of the few places to watch Patriots vs. Saints 2021 in 4K with HDR (from Fox), costs $65 a month. With it, you get games on CBS, Fox, and NBC in many markets. FuboTV also gives you access to Monday Night Football, plus the NFL Network to stream Thursday Night Football games.

NFL RedZone, with game highlights and replays from every Sunday game, can be added as part of FuboTV’s $11-per-month Sports Plus add-on pack.

Sling TV

Sling TV is something of a mixed bag for NFL fans. Though it includes NBC, Fox, the NFL Network, and ESPN, it’s missing ABC and CBS. Also, you’ll need to subscribe to both the Blue (NBC, Fox, NFL Network) and Orange (ESPN) plans to get all the games. 

Each plan costs $35 a month, but you can get a combined plan for $50 a month. One bit of good news is that Sling has restored access to the NFL Network, and you can add NFL Red Zone as part of an $11-a-month Sports Extra add-on.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV now offers 70-plus channels for $65 per month. It includes all the major broadcast networks—ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC—plus the ESPN networks and Fox Sports. Last year YouTube TV added the NFL Network, plus the ability to add NFL RedZone in the Sports Plus tier for an additional $11 per month.

Also, YouTube TV now has a 4K HDR option, which costs an additional $10 a month for the first year. The company recently announced that it would have some Thursday night games in 4K this year.

DirecTV

DirecTV has the exclusive rights to the NFL Sunday Ticket this year, so you have to be a DirecTV subscriber. NFLSundayTicket.TV for $294 a season. A step-up Max plan costs $100 more, and adds NFL Red Zone and DirecTV Fantasy Zone. You can also add NFL Game Pass, which streams every regular season game after it airs, for an additional $100.

AT&T TV

AT&T TV plans start at $70 per month for a package with about 65 channels. You can watch NFL games on all four broadcast networks—ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC—in most markets, plus ESPN. The only games you won’t get are the exclusive Thursday Night Football games on NFL Network.

Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime subscribers can watch 19 Thursday Night Football games this season. The games will be simulcast on Fox and the NFL Network, and you can also see them on Amazon’s Twitch channel. (Starting in 2022, Amazon Prime will become the exclusive home for NFL Thursday Night Football; the games won’t be available on Fox and the NFL Network.)

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