Watch NFL Team: The Baltimore Ravens face the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday in NFL Week 1, and here’s all the info you need to watch.

Whenever it comes to the AFC North, it’s almost always a game with bad blood in the air. That has been the case with the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals in years past. They are both fierce foes and both can really turn up the intensity to 11 on a given Sunday. Thus, it should be a fantastically fun affair when they meet at Paul Brown Stadium to begin their 2017 NFL season.

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Both the Ravens and Bengals enter this season needing to prove themselves. A down year last season for Cincinnati was disappointing in a big way. Now Andy Dalton and company will look to bounce back, but will have to start the year with star linebacker Vontaze Burfict suspended. As for Baltimore, their offense appears to be lacking a great deal of quality weapons for Joe Flacco. Meanwhile, their defense should be one of the best in the NFL.

 This Week 1 matchup can be seen on CBS in local markets. With that said, there are a couple of viable streaming options. First up in NFL Sunday Ticket, which requires a paid subscription to access. FuboTV is another paid service that will allow you to stream the game on Sunday.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, Sept. 10
Start Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV

This has been a fierce battle in the past when the Ravens and Bengals have met. Maybe Burfict not playing will take some of the edge off, but maybe not. Either way, both of these teams appear to be squads that will need to start off well with a win in Week 1.

Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals are pitted against each other in a 2017 NFL regular season match up on Sunday. The Game kicks off at 1:00 PM EST in Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio. CBS will be doing the TV coverage while the game can be watched online live on fuboTV

Both teams tally were close in the offensive performance last season with the Ravens making 347 Total Yards Per Game and the Bengals ran for 356 yards. However, in the defense, the Ravens allowed 322 Total Yards while the Bengals gave up 35o yards.

Baltimore Ravens Team News

The  Ravens have officially ruled out undrafted rookie cornerback Jaylen Hill due to a thigh injury. Reserve corner Sheldon Price may miss Sunday’s game because of a concussion.Quarterback Joe Flacco, who missed all of the training camp and the preseason because of a back injury will return to the Raven’s lineup.

Cincinnati Bengals Team News

Bengals rookie receiver John Ross, who sustained a knee injury during the preseason is expected hit the field on Sunday.

Cincinnati will be without reserve tight end CJ Uzomah and safety Shawn Williams due to injuries. The Bengals will struggle on the defensive side on Sunday as they will be without two of their top defenders- linebacker Vontaze Burfict and cornerback Adam Jones due to suspensions.

However, the Bengals best two receiving players- WR A.J. Green and TE Tyler Eifert are ready to take the field together on Sunday.

The Bengals also feature a new deadly trio of rookie offensive- WR John Ross, HB Joe Mixon, and WR Josh Malone. But will they get play time in the opener? is unknown.

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