Cincinnati – The entire NFL schedule will be released Thursday night at 8 p.m. ET.
Cincinnati Maximum (five) matches are expected in prime time After their run to Super Bowl LVI. We also know that they have 3rd hardest force in the timeline Behind the rams and cardinals.
Here are three bold predictions before Thursday night’s schedule is revealed.
Primetime Home Opener
The Bengal team played at the height of last season only once. We know that will change this season.
Cincinnati is open at home for the third year in a row and this time on Sunday Night Football.
It could be against Baltimore, maybe against Buffalo or Kansas City, but don’t be shocked if the Bengals host their first week climax game at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bright lights on the road
The Bengals might have five matches at prime time, but don’t expect them all to be home. Cincinnati ends with three road games on Thursday, Sunday or Monday night football.
With on-road encounters against Baltimore, Tampa Bay, New England, Dallas and New Orleans, it’s easy to see a path for the Bengals to play at least three primetime games on the road.
There was a grumble about a game with Dallas on Thanksgiving Day. This is obviously a national game, but it wouldn’t be as an official primetime competition.
Ohio battle delayed
It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Bengals’ confrontations with Browns pushing towards the middle or even the end of the 2022 season.
With a possible suspension of Deshaun Watson looming, the schedule makers would be wise to postpone Brown’s encounters with the Bengals.
Burrow vs. Watson will be a TV must-see, especially if both teams are fighting for a watershed point. Look for one, if not both games to be played in November or December.
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