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Steelers vs. Bengals 2016 NFL Playoffs: AFC Wild Card Game time, TV schedule and distribution map, live online streaming, odds, picks, announcers and more

The Pittsburgh Steelers travel into enemy territory to play the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in the Wild Card round of the AFC Playoffs. Be sure to get all the information you'll need to see this AFC North rubber match.

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The stage is set. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals will finally get to settle the score between these two AFC North rivals in the AFC Wild Card game this Saturday night. The two teams split their season series, both winning on the road, and it has been a controversial, and penalty-filled, series this season.

In their first meeting, the Bengals got the last laugh at Heinz Field as Ben Roethlisberger continued to make crucial mistakes, this coming off a knee injury which sidelined him for 4 weeks. The Steelers lost more than the game, but also Le'Veon Bell due to a Vontaze Burfict tackle.

What ensued between the Steelers and Bengals carried over into the Week 14 matchup which had over $130,000 dollars in fines levied to both the Steelers and Bengals in the week following the game. The Steelers were victorious on the Bengals turf, and will have to do so again Saturday if they want to extend their season.

There is no better way to get revenge against your bitter rival than to send them packing. Who will be packing their bags and heading home early, well, only time will tell.

Get all the information you need for this AFC North rubber match below:

Injury Report:

Pittsburgh Steelers:
DeAngelo Williams (foot) +

Cincinnati Bengals:
QB Andy Dalton (Right Thumb) +
TE Ryan Hewitt (Knee) +

+ - Did not practice
* - Limited in practice

Date/Time: Saturday, January 9, 8:20 p.m. EDT

Location: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

Game Odds: Steelers (-2)


Distribution Map: Nationally Televised on CBS

Online Streaming: NFL Game Pass and Game Center

Announcers: Jim Nantz and Phil Simms

Tickets: For tickets fans can visit the NFL Ticket Exchange

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