Lions vs. Bengals: How to watch, listen, stream and wager on the Week 6 game

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It’s a catfight in Ford Field in Week 6 with the Detroit Lions welcoming the Cincinnati Bengals for a rare visit. The Lions will look to bounce back from two last-second, 19-17 losses on long game-winning field goals in the last three weeks and notch their first victory of the Dan Campbell coaching era. The Bengals lost to the Green Bay Packers in Week 5, a game where the two teams missed five potential game-winning field goals in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Cincinnati Bengals (3-2) at Detroit Lions (0-5)

When: Sunday, Oct. 17 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Where: Ford Field, Detroit
Referee: Shaun Hochuli

The game will be shown regionally on FOX. If you live in the orange markets on the map, the game will be on your local FOX affiliate. Chris Myers and Daryl “Moose” Johnson will have the broadcast call for the second week in a row.

Radio: 97.1 The Ticket in Detroit is the flagship station. The full list of over 30 radio affiliates is here.

Sirius XM Radio: The Lions audio feed featuring Dan Miller is on channel 226. The national broadcast is on channel 88.

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Watch free on FUBO TV

Wagering

The Lions are home underdogs against the Bengals in the latest odds from Tipico Sportsbook.

Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions, 1 p.m. ET

  • Money line: Bengals -190 (bet $190 to win $100) | Lions +155 (bet $100 to win $155)

  • Against the spread (ATS): Bengals -3.5 (-108) | Lions +3.5 (-112)

  • Over/Under (O/U): 47.5 (O: -105 | U: -115)

Detroit is 3-2 against the spread including a successful cover in last week’s 19-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. The Bengals are 2-3 against the spread through Week 5.

Cincinnati has won the last six meetings between the two franchises. The Lions have just one victory since 1974 against the Bengals, that coming in 1992 in a game where Boomer Esiason and Erik Kramer each completed just 12-of-25 pass attempts and combined to throw five interceptions and were sacked eight times.