Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free; Preview
The Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs will both attempt to improve their regular season records when they face each other on Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Kick off of the game is scheduled to take place at 1 p.m. ET and can be seen by most people on CBS depending on your local television coverage. However, if you are not able to watch the game on TV, you can watch the live online stream for free by clicking here.
The Cincinnati Bengals will walk into Arrowhead Stadium with an overall record of four wins and five losses thus far this season. They are currently 2-2 when playing on the road. The Bengals have recorded victories over the Cleveland Browns, the Washington Redskins, the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New York Giants. They have suffered losses at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens, the Miami Dolphins, the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Denver Broncos.
The Kansas City Chiefs have been absolutely horrible through the first nine games of their 2012 regular season. They have a pathetic record of just one win and eight losses. They are winless at 0-4 when playing in front of their home crowd at Arrowhead. Their one win came over the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 23. The Chiefs have suffered their losses at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons, the Buffalo Bills, the San Diego Chargers, the Baltimore Ravens, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Oakland Raiders, the San Diego Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It should come as no surprise to anyone reading this to see that the Cincinnati Bengals are three point favorites over the pathetic Kansas City Chiefs. This is a game where we certainly agree with the odds makers. In fact, we would not be the least bit surprised if the Bengals ended up winning by two touchdowns or more.
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