The Bengals vs Titans live stream is coming up soon, and it will feature the AFC's top team getting even better! All-Pro running back Derrick Henry was activated Friday after missing the last two-plus months of the season with a fracture in his foot. With Henry's comeback, Cinci's top-5 run defense will be put to the test in this NFL live stream.
The Bengals (10-7) picked up from where they left off in the regular season as they scored 20 first-half points and were able to ride that to a 26-19 win over the Raiders in the wild card round of the playoffs. Joe Burrow completed 24-of-his-34 passes including two touchdowns in his playoff debut while leading Cincinnati to their first playoff victory in 31 years.
Rookie wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase will look to continue his tear against the Titans. Chase took the Raiders for nine catches and 116 yards in the wild card win and now has three 100-yard-plus games in his last four contests.
The Titans (12-5) are the AFC’s number one seed coming into the playoffs and are coming off a first-round bye. That week of rest came with a great benefit as they will have Derrick Henry back in the lineup. The two-time rushing champion was well on his way to his third straight rushing title before his regular season was cut short after he suffered a foot-fracture in week eight. At the time of the injury, Henry was the NFL’s leading rusher and still managed to finish the season in the top 10 in rushing yards (937) and touchdowns (10). He was cleared for contact drills in practice this week.
Tennessee earned their number one seed after not just losing Henry, but also their leading receiver A.J. Brown. The 24-year-old suffered a chest injury November 21st and was placed on injured reserve. Brown was activated just three weeks later and promptly caught 11 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown in his first game back. He managed to haul in a team-high 869 yards on the season with five touchdowns.
The Titans are currently 4-point favorites against the Bengals. The over/under is 48.5. Bengals are currently a +175 money line bet.
Bengals vs Titans Inactives:
Bengals: Stanley Morgan (WR), Trenton Irwin (WR), Trayveon Williams (HB), Fred Johnson (OL), Vernon Hargreaves (CB), Wyatt Ray (DE)
Titans: Rashaan Evans (LB), Larrell Murchison (DL), Teair Tart (DL), Derick Roberson (OLB), Dez Fitzpatrick (WR), Dillon Radunz (OL)
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Bengals vs Titans live streams in the US
The game starts at 4.30 p.m. ET / 1.30 p.m. PT Saturday (Jan. 22)
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Bengals vs Titans live streams in the UK
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The Bengals vs Titans live stream starts at 9.30 p.m. GMT Saturday night.
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