We go back to just a single game for Monday Night Football in week 2 of the 2013 NFL season. In this week’s edition, the Cincinnati Bengals will be hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers in an AFC North prime-time battle. The game will be broadcast (barring any weather delays) at 8:40pm EST on ESPN via television/cable/satellite broadcast and Monday Night Football free live streaming options.
Both the Steelers and Bengals head into tonight’s contest with an 0-1 record. The Steelers however, looked dreadful in week 1 against the Tennessee Titans by not scoring a single touchdown in a game where they were heavily favored. The game was in Pittsburgh, so the Steelers could only muster three field goals, at home, against a team that allowed the most points last season.
The Bengals’ week 1 loss was a bit more respectable than the Steelers’. They played on the road, in Chicago, and held a lead up until halfway through the fourth quarter. It was a few turnovers that ultimately led to their demise, otherwise QB Andy Dalton looked good, hooking up with A.J. Green for a pair of touchdowns.
The Bengals are a 6.5 favorite in tonight’s edition of Monday Night Football. Our in-house expert has picked the Bengals to win tonight, and cover the spread.
NFL Week 2 Monday Night Football Free Live Streaming Options:
If you want to watch tonight’s game on your computer or mobile device, you can watch live via ESPN’s free online stream at espn.go.com/watchespn. Device restrictions DO apply for the MNF games, so check those out at the link above before planning your evening.
If you have SiriusXM satellite radio, you can listen online as they will be streaming over three different channels. For the broadcast featuring the home Cincinati crew tune into internet channel 806. The Pittsburgh away broadcast crew will be on Internet channel 824. The totally unbiased national broadcast crew will be streamed on channel 88. No international or Spanish broadcast is posted as of yet.
If you are not a current subscriber, you can stream both games for free right away if you subscribe to a SIRIUS|XM Radio 30-day trial. Check out siriusxm.com/nflschedule for tonight’s and the full season broadcast schedule.
Enjoy the kickoff and, if you haven’t entered week 2, make sure you enter our Beat the House football pool in week 3, where if you win you could be watching the Super Bowl live in the stadium, and won’t have to worry about the Free live streaming options.