Cincinnati's week 10 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers will feature two teams with a combined 12-5 record, positioning themselves for the AFC North championship, as well as a Wild Card spot. So if you're a Bengals fan (or even a Steelers fan) and you live outside of both markets, what's the likelihood you'll be able to see the game at all without the Sunday NFL Ticket. We have your answer.
The problem is, not very many people will see it. According to this The506.com map, anyone from Louisville, stretching north to Toledo and mostly everything west until Scranton Pennsylvania, and save for the Washington Redskins market, down through Suffolk, Virginia will see the game -- mostly your standard Cincinnati and Pittsburgh markets. Other markets that will see the game includes around Davenport, Iowa, a huge chunk of Minnesota (mostly southern and central) and the area around Sacramento, California.
If you're not sure if you reside in one of these markets that will show the game, check the map here.