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Cowboys at Bengals 2013: Game time, TV Schedule, streaming, NFLN replay

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Some nuts and bolts as we prepare for the third Bengals preseason game of the year.

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GAME: Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys
DATE: August 24, 2013
TIME: Kickoff at 8 p.m. (ET)
TELEVISION: Local 12 in Cincinnati, WRGT-TV (Ch. 45) in Dayton, WSYX-TV (Ch. 6) in Columbus, WLIO-TV (Ch. 35) in Lima and WDRB-TV (Ch. 41) in Louisville.
TELEVISION BROADCASTERS: Brad Johansen (play-by-play), Anthony Munoz (analyst), and Mike Valpredo (sideline)
RADIO: Bengals Radio Network. WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7)
BROADCASTERS: Dan Hoard (play-by-play) and Dave Lapham (analyst)
ON-LINE STREAMING: NFL.com offers Preseason Live for out-of-market audiences. There are other options that we're not really allowed to talk about (but that doesn't mean you can't).
NFL NETWORK REPLAY: The NFL Network is scheduled to replay the Bengals and Cowboys on Aug. 25 (Sunday) at 1:00 p.m. (ET), Aug. 26 (Monday) at 10:00 a.m. (ET), and Aug. 28 (Wednesday) at midnight (ET)

All-Time Series: The Bengals and Cowboys are meeting in the preseason for only the second time in history. The first was a 16-7 Cowboys win over the Bengals during the Hall of Fame game in 2010. During the game, the Cincinnati Bengals lost a fumble, threw two interceptions (including a pick-six thrown by Jordan Palmer), missed a field goal and punted six times.

Dallas also leads the regular-season series 7-4, including a 5-1 record at home. This will be the Bengals first appearance at five-year old AT&T Stadium -- previously Cowboys Stadium. Jerry Jones announced a partnership with AT&T for naming rights reportedly worth $17-19 million per year.

The Cowboys won the most recent regular season meeting, a 20-19 win in '12. Dallas scored 10 points in the fourth quarter to overcome a nine-point Bengals lead with under seven minutes remaining in the game. Place kicker Dan Bailey nailed the game-winning 40-yard field goal as time expired to give Dallas the one-point victory. It was the only regular season game that the Bengals would lose between Nov. 11 (win against Giants) and Dec. 30 (win against the Ravens).