Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals Live Stream: Week 1, Sunday, 11 Sept 2022

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals Live Stream Week 1 Sunday 11 Sept 2022

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals Live Stream on Sunday, 11 September 2022 at Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio at 1 p.m. ET on CBS.

The Pittsburgh Steelers lost both of their matches to the Cincinnati Bengals last season on scores of 10-24 and 10-41, so they’re hoping to turn the tables this season. They will face off at 1 p.m. ET on Sept. 11 at Paycor Stadium to kick off their 2022 seasons.

How To Watch Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals

  • Match: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals
  • Date: Sunday, September 11, 2022
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • TV: CBS
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Pittsburgh is coming off of a 9-7-1 season with hopes of advancing further than the first round of the playoffs, where they were eliminated by the Kansas City Chiefs 42-21. Likewise, Cincinnati enjoyed a 10-7 record last year and almost won it all, losing the Super Bowl 23-20 to the Los Angeles Rams.

The Steelers put up 20.2 points per game on offense last season (21st in NFL), and they ranked 20th on the other side of the ball with 23.4 points allowed per game. The Bengals put up 27.1 points per game on offense last season, which ranked them seventh in the NFL. On defense, they ranked 17th, giving up 22.1 points per contest.

The Pittsburgh sideline is surely aware that they’re the underdogs in this one. Perhaps they’ll be able to flip the script and come out with a big win.

The Bengals are coming off a great year. Most football fans did not think they make the playoffs, win a game in the playoffs, or make it to the Super Bowl. Since then, they have made additions to their offensive line and retained all major offensive weapons.

Joe Burrow is sure to be on the football fans’ early season MVP shortlist along with Josh Allen, Russell Wilson, Lamar Jackson, Derrick Henry, Justin Herbert, and Patrick Mahomes.

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