Bengals vs. Chiefs live stream, time, viewing info for AFC title game

The Cincinnati Bengals visit the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC title game for the second season in a row.

One year ago, the Bengals stormed back from a huge deficit and pulled off the win, securing a spot in the Super Bowl. They’ll look to do so again on Sunday, this time with injury speculation around Chiefs stars Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.

Here’s a quick look at viewing info and key details about the matchup to know, including the officiating crew and how oddsmakers feel about the game.


Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, January 29 (6:30 p.m. ET)

TV info: CBS

In-market live stream: fuboTV (try it for free), Paramount+.

Radio: Cincinnati – WCKY-AM (1530), Cincinnati – WEBN-FM (102.7), Cincinnati – WLW-AM (700)

Location: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Forecast: Cloudy, 35 degrees

Referee:Ron Torbert

Opponent Wire site: Chiefs Wire

Odds: Chiefs -2


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