Falcons vs. Bengals: Game time, live stream, TV coverage, odds
Atlanta Falcons vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Two 1-0 teams will take the field Sunday in Week 2 in Cincinnati. The Falcons came back to defeat the division rival Saints in overtime 37-34, while the Bengals held on to beat AFC North foe Baltimore 23-16.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: CBS
Odds: The Bengals are five-point favorites, according to Bovada, as of Friday.
Cincinnati's win over the Ravens was the team's first victory at M&T Bank Stadium since 2009.
The Bengals fell to the Falcons 29-27 in their last meeting in Cincinnati in 2006.
Linebacker Vontaze Burfict was forced to leave the game against Baltimore due to a concussion.
Tight end Tyler Eifert sustained a gruesome elbow injury against the Ravens. He was placed on injured reserve-designated to return.
Cincinnati led Baltimore 15-0 but saw the Ravens take a 16-15 lead before the Bengals came back for the winning touchdown.
Rookie running back Jeremy Hill had four carries for 19 yards in his debut.
The Bengals ran the read option with quarterback Andy Dalton multiple times in Week 1. Dalton finished with three rushing yards on six carries.
Cincinnati announced this week that it's donating proceeds from sales of No. 75 Devon Still jerseys to cancer research. Still's four-year-old daughter is currently fighting pediatric cancer. On Wednesday, the team announced that Still's jersey was the hottest-selling jersey in franchise history. The Saints bought 100 jerseys.
The Bengals ended the game last week by sacking Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco on back-to-back plays.
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins was carted off the field at the end of the game last week but was just dehydrated.
Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson served in the same role for the Falcons in 2007.
The Falcons have beaten the Bengals in three straight meetings. Cincinnati hasn't won in the series since 1996.
Quarterback Matt Ryan threw for a franchise-record 448 yards in the win over the Saints.
Ryan also set the franchise mark for career touchdown passes with 156, passing Steve Bartkowski's 154.
Ryan was sacked just one time against New Orleans. He was sacked a career-high 48 times in 2013.
Rookie left tackle Jake Matthews was forced to leave the game with an ankle injury. X-rays on the ankle were reportedly negative.
Wide receiver Devin Hester had five catches for 99 yards in his Falcons debut.
In his first game back from the broken foot he sustained last season, wide receiver Julio Jones led the team with 116 receiving yards on seven receptions.
Linebacker Paul Worrilow, who led the team in tackles as a rookie last season, finished as Atlanta's leading tackler against New Orleans with 15.
The Falcons failed to record a sack in Week 1.
- Ben Estes