What channel is Dolphins vs. Bengals on today? Schedule, time for NFL's 'Thursday Night Football' in Week 4 – Sporting News

  • September 29, 2022

Revenge is dish best served on Thursday night.
Tyreek Hill has been a big, big part of the new look Dolphins offense, but he was an equally big piece of the last offense he played for, too. With Hill making his way to South Beach this offseason, he left a lot of memories in Kansas City — especially one bitter one.
When the Chiefs were eliminated from the playoffs last season, it was at the hands of Joe Burrow and the Bengals. That fact has stuck in Hill’s craw, as evidenced by the veiled threat to adversary Eli Apple on Sunday.
“Can’t wait to go against Eli Apple,” Hill said. “I owe you, boy. I owe you. I’m here. The Cheetah is here. That’s it.”
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With the Dolphins looking to replicate the surprising successes that the Bengals had last season, this week’s “Thursday Night Football” could offer a preview of a potential playoff matchup — as well as fireworks from Hill.
Here’s how to catch this week’s “TNF” showdown between the Dolphins and Bengals:
As is the case with “Thursday Night Football” for the remainder of the season (and the foreseeable future), Amazon Prime Video will exclusively broadcast the games to the national audience.
Viewers in local markets will be able to watch the game on local networks. This week, the Dolphins will be on WSFL39 in Miami, while viewers in Cincinnati will be able to catch the game on ABC9.
The Canadian audience can watch the game on TSN1/4, CTV2 or RDS2 for the French-speaking audience. 
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Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET, the customary time for “Thursday Night Football” matchups. 
Amazon’s pre-game show airs in the hour leading up to the game.
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Given that Amazon holds exclusive streaming rights for “Thursday Night Football,” it will be the only streaming option for “TNF” games throughout the 2022 season.

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