Time, Live Stream Info, How To Watch The 2022 NFL Playoffs Live Online

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The 2022 NFL playoffs start with a battle between the Cincinnati Bengals and Las Vegas Raiders!

After an up and down season, Joe Burrow and the Bengals gained three of their final 4 to seize the AFC North title. On the opposite aspect of the sector, Las Vegas must be thought of one of many hottest groups within the NFL. The Raiders have gained 4 straight, together with a Week 18 Sunday Night Football thriller to eradicate the Chargers from postseason consideration, on their option to a 10-7 file. Cincinnati was 5-4 at dwelling throughout the common season, whereas Las Vegas was 5-3 on the street. This one might really go both method.

Here’s the best way to watch the Raiders-Bengals recreation reside on-line.

WHAT TIME DOES THE RAIDERS VS BENGALS GAME START TODAY?

Today’s (January 15) recreation is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. ET on NBC and Peacock Premium.

WHERE TO WATCH RAIDERS VS BENGALS LIVE:

If you’ve got a sound cable login, you possibly can watch at the moment’s Raiders-Bengals recreation reside on the NBC website, NBC Sports appNBC Sports website, or the NBC app. You can even stream the sport reside by way of Peacock Premium, which is available for $4.99/month or $49.99/year.

BENGALS VS RAIDERS FREE LIVE STREAM OPTIONS:

You can even discover a Raiders/Bengals reside stream with an energetic subscription to fuboTV, Hulu + Live TVYouTube TV, Sling TV, or DIRECTV STREAM. All of the aforementioned platforms supply NBC. Fubotv, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV supply free trials for eligible subscribers.

Live native and primetime NFL video games additionally out there to observe free of charge on the Yahoo Sports app and NFL app.

Oakland Raiders flagPhoto: HBO

CAN I WATCH THE 2022 NFL PLAYOFFS LIVE ON HULU?

Yep. Hulu + Live TV offers NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC, and ESPN for $69.99/month (and contains Disney+ and ESPN+). A seven-day free trial is offered for eligible subscribers.

Watch at the moment’s recreation reside on Peacock Premium

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