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Browns-Bengals 2016 TV schedule, channel, start time, and more

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The Browns take on the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 14. Here are some nuggets about the contest, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.

Game Time/Date: Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET

Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH

TV Channel: CBS - Andrew Catalon (play-by-play), Steve Beuerlein (analyst), and Steve Tasker (analyst)

Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)

Online streaming: NFL Game Pass

Weather: 31 degrees (feels like 20). 85% chance of snow. Winds from SSE at 14 MPH.

Odds: Bengals by 6 points.

Over/under: 40.5

Per 506sports, the fans in the cyan areas below will be able to watch the game on TV:


-The Browns will be wearing brown tops, brown pants, and orange socks.

-WR Terrelle Pryor Sr. recorded six receptions for 131 yards against the Giants. He is the first Browns player to record at least five receptions in five consecutive games since WR Kevin Johnson in Weeks 10-14 in 1999.

-On Sunday, it will have been 364 days since the last Browns’ victory, which came on December 13, 2015, against the San Francisco 49ers. If they lose to the Bengals, they will have gone one full year without a victory, including the regular season and preseason.

-With a receiving touchdown, WR Corey Coleman would join WR Terrelle Pryor as the first pair of Browns WRs to each record four or more receiving touchdowns in a season since Greg Little (four) and Josh Gordon (five) in 2012.

-The last time these two teams was on October 23rd, 2016 in Cincinnati, when the Bengals defeated the Browns by a final score of 31-17. Cody Kessler started the game, but the big surprise was Kevin Hogan playing intermittently as a read-option QB. Hogan ran 7 times for 104 yards and 1 touchdown, including a 28-yard run at the start of the third quarter to cut the Bengals' lead to 21-17. Kessler then suffered a concussion, though, and Jeremy Hill had a 74-yard touchdown run for Cincinnati. Hogan, forced to be a passed, struggled with his long wind-up and Cleveland could do no more on offense.