Bengals vs. Dolphins 2013 Thursday Night Football: Game Time, TV Schedule, Online Streaming, Odds and More

Tonight, the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Miami Dolphins. The Bengals handed the New York Jets — the Saints opponent this week — a 49-9 beating last week.

Game time:
Thursday, October 31st @ 8:25pm EDT / 7:25 CDT

Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

TV Broadcast (LIVE):
NFL Network
Announcers: Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan (Field reporter)

Online Streaming:
NFL Live
, NFL Rewind

Radio Broadcast (LIVE):
Sirius/XM: 88 (National), 92 (Bengals), 93 (Dolphins); XM: 88 (WW1), 225 (Cin.), 226 (Mia.)
Bengals Radio Network

Dolphins Radio Network
Westwood One Announcers: Ian Eagle, Trent Green, Rocky Boiman (Field reporter)

Bengals favored by 2.5, Over/Under: 42.5

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