We got ourselves a catfight this weekend, with the 2-6 Carolina Panthers visiting the 4-4 Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
Here’s how to watch it all go down.
When to watch
Sunday, Nov. 6, 1:00 p.m. ET
How to watch
The game will be carried by FOX—with Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okmin on the mic. Fans located in the orange areas of the television broadcast map can watch along through their local FOX affiliate.
How to stream
You can stream the game on FuboTV.
How to listen
WRFX 99.7 The FOX is the team’s local radio station. Anish Shroff, Jake Delhomme, Luke Kuechly, Kristen Balboni and Jim Szoke will have the call.
The Panthers and Bengals have a brief, but interesting history. It began with a pair of wins by the former in 1999 and 2002, then a pair of wins by the latter in 2006 and 2010.
Their fifth meeting ended in a wacky 37-37 tie in 2014, keeping the all-time series knotted. But Carolina came away with the recent tiebreaker, topping Cincinnati in 2018 on the strength of four touchdowns from quarterback Cam Newton.
What to watch for
PJ Walker, who’ll be starting in his fourth straight game under center, is coming off a career-high 317 passing yards. Can he, DJ Moore and Terrace Marshall Jr.—with some help from the hungry rusher in D’Onta Foreman—keep this offense moving?
Conversely, will the Panthers defense be able to cool off Joe Burrow and the Ja’Marr Chase-less Bengals?