Week 2 of the NFL preseason is about to kick into high gear this weekend with 16 games on the docket featuring many of America’s finest football teams. One of the marquee matchups of week 3 will feature the Cincinnati Bengals taking on the Atlanta Falcons on Friday, August 18.
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What time will this game be televised? And where can you watch it? Can you watch it for free? Never fear, as Digital Trends has all the answers for your football-watching needs.
The matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Atlanta Falcons is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET on NFL Network. NFL Network’s coverage of the Cincinnati Bengals versus the Atlanta Falcons can be streamed from your desktop or mobile device. Log in with your TV provider for access.Watch Bengals vs. Falcons on NFL Network
The Cincinnati Bengals versus the Atlanta Falcons is available to stream with an NFL+ subscription. For $7/month or $40/year, NFL+ subscribers can watch NFL Network and stream live local and prime-time preseason, regular, and postseason games. NFL+ Premium, the second tier, is more expensive with a price of $15/month or $80/year. NFL+ Premium includes every component in the first tier along with the inclusion of NFL Redzone and game replays. There is a free seven-day trial available for new customers.Watch Bengals vs. Falcons on NFL+
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