Browns vs. Bengals: Week 12 start time, TV, radio info

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The Cleveland Browns are still in search of their first win of 2017. Today the opponent is the Cincinnati Bengals and here is how to watch or listen to the game.

The Cleveland Browns will close out the holiday weekend on Sunday as they make attempt No. 11 to pick up their first win of the 2017 regular season.

Today’s opponent will be the Cincinnati Bengals, who have proven to be a pesky foe in recent years. The Browns have lost six consecutive games to the Bengals and have not won in Cincinnati since Nov. 6, 2014, a Thursday night game that already seems like a lifetime ago.

While not as lopsided as the “rivalries” with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens, the Browns have capitulated to the Bengals more often than not as they have one just five times on the road against the Bengals since returning to the league in 1999.

The Bengals come into the game with the sixth-best passing defense in the league, but are only 27th against the run, so Browns fans should expect offensive coordinator Hue Jackson to dial up a considerable number of pass plays for rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer.

The only way to find out, though, is to tune in, so here is how you can watch or listen to the game:

Date: Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017

Kickoff Time: 1 p.m. EST

Location: Cincinnati

Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium

TV Channel: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket Ch. 705

Announcers: Andrew Catalon and James Lofton

Radio: 92.3 The Fan, ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM). You can also listen online at or through the Browns mobile app.

Announcers: Jim Donovan, Doug Dieken and Nathan Zegura (sidelines)

Series: The Bengals lead the all-time series, 49-39.

Last meeting: Cincinnati won, 31-7, in Week 4.

Betting line: Browns +7.5

Uniforms: The Browns will wear white jerseys, white pants and orange socks

Weather: 43 degrees and sunny, with no chance of rain (From

Injuries: Browns – Out: Wide receiver Sammie Coates. Doubtful: Defensive back Derron Smith.

Bengals – Out: Linebacker Vincent Ray and defensive back Shawn Williams. Questionable: defensive back Darqueze Dennard. (From

Probable = virtual certainty player will be available for normal duties. Questionable = 50% chance player will not play; Doubtful = at least 75% chance player will not play; Out = will not play.