After a stinker of a game against the Jets, the Cincinnati Bengals attempt to ricochet back against division and in-state rival Cleveland. Who’s on the require this one?
With the Bengals looking more cutthroat this season, it’s just fitting that they get better broadcasters for their matchups. The beyond about fourteen days have seen Kevin Harlan’s team on the require the Bengals’ games against the Ravens and Jets.
Will the pattern of having incredible broadcasters proceed for what’s certain to be a pleasant fight between the Bengals and the Browns?
Indeed. Indeed, it will.
This week, Bengals fans will get to pay attention to Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson during the Week 9 matchup against Cleveland.
The Bengals vs Browns game has the best CBS group on the call.
Cincinnati hasn’t had this group call large numbers of their games, yet no less than one rings a bell. That was in 2017 when the Bengals and Packers got down to business at Lambeau. That was Romo’s first year calling games with CBS after he resigned from football.
For the other AFC North games occurring this end of the week, the Ravens/Vikings game will be called by Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth on FOX while the Steelers/Bears game happens on Monday night. That implies it’ll be the ESPN group of Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick, and Lisa Salters. I don’t know about all of you, yet I’ll presumably flip to the ManningCast during that one.
The advantage of groups playing admirably is that they get to have the great transmission groups as a general rule. The Bengals are currently entering their third consecutive week with a decent group calling their game and that makes games considerably more agreeable.
This game is tremendous for the Bengals, as it’ll be significant for the group to get energy entering the BYE week, particularly after that misfortune to the Jets.