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The preseason continues as the Bengals and Chiefs face off in their second preseason game. Here is everything you'll need to watch and follow this contest. 

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Bengals will be back in preseason action this Saturday when the Kansas City Chiefs come to town.

The Bengals are coming off an impressive showing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While the starters went down 3-0 early, Cincinnati showcased its young and talented depth while finishing the game on a 20-3 run. That was highlighted by strong defensive performances by Jordan Willis and Chris Smith.

Willis is a third-round rookie who is fighting for a starting spot in this defense. He’s outplayed the incumbent Michael Johnson through training camp and thus far into the preseason. Perhaps Willis can become the second defensive end this team badly needs opposite of Pro Bowler Carlos Dunlap.

But while Willis is looking to win a starting spot, Smith is just looking to secure his spot on the final roster. The former Jacksonville Jaguars lineman was traded to Cincinnati this offseason for a conditional seventh-round draft pick. However, Smith looked like a star against the Bucs, racking up six quarterback pressures.

Seeing Willis and Smith have so much success as pass-rushers is great to see for a Bengals defense that badly needed an upgrade in this regard. They’ll look to continue that against a Chiefs offense that’s very balanced and does well at protecting quarterback Alex Smith.

Because this is the second preseason game, we should expect to see the starters play for around a full quarter. We’ll see some starters keep playing in the second quarter, but this will end up being another game decided by second and third-string players.

This will be the final home preseason game for the Bengals, who will have two straight away games over the next two weeks. That means this is the final time we’ll see the Bengals in Paul Brown Stadium until Week 1 of the regular season.

Here is everything you'll need to watch and follow these two teams square off in Week 2 of the preseason.

How to Watch Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals

Date: Saturday, August 19, 2017

Time: 7 p.m. ET

Location: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

TV Channel: WKRC-TV (CBS Ch. 12) in Cincinnati, WKEF-TV (ABC Ch. 22) in Dayton, WSYXTV (ABC Ch. 6) in Columbus, WLIO-TV (FOX Ch. 8.2) in Lima, WDKY-TV FOX Ch. 56) in Lexington, Ky. and WDRB-TV (FOX Ch. 41) in Louisville, Ky.; Check out 506sports.com for full listings in surrounding areas

Announcers: Bengals Preseason Network coverage features Brad Johansen (play-by-play), Anthony Munoz (analyst) and Mike Valpredo (sideline reporter).

Online Stream: NFL Game Pass

Radio: The Bengals Radio Network, led by Cincinnati flagship stations WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530; all sports) and WEBN-FM (102.7). The broadcasters are Dan Hoard (play-by-play) and Dave Lapham (analyst).

Odds: Kansas City (-1.5), Over/Under 38.5, via OddsShark.com

Replay: Monday, August 21, 10:00 a.m. on NFL Network. You can also watch a replay with NFL Game Pass.

Bengals 90 Man Roster 2017

Bengals 90 Man Roster 2017

61 Bodine, Russell C 6-3 308 25 4 North Carolina
61 Bodine, Russell C 6-3 308 25 4 North Carolina
60 Johnson, T.J. C 6-4 300 27 4 South Carolina
23 Benwikere, Bene CB 6-0 195 25 4 San Jose State
21 Dennard, Darqueze CB 5-11 198 25 4 Michigan State
22 Jackson, William CB 6-0 187 24 2 Houston
24 Jones, Adam CB 5-10 180 33 11 West Virginia
27 Kirkpatrick, Dre CB 6-2 185 27 6 Alabama
29 McRae, Tony CB 5-10 185 24 1 North Carolina A&T
20 Russell, KeiVarae CB 5-11 196 23 2 Notre Dame
26 Shaw, Josh CB 6-1 200 25 3 Southern California
37 Cox, Demetrious DB 6-1 198 23 R Michigan State
76 Brown, Ryan DE 6-6 276 23 1 Mississippi State
93 Clarke, Will DE 6-6 280 26 4 West Virginia
96 Dunlap, Carlos DE 6-6 280 28 8 Florida
95 Gilberry, Wallace DE 6-2 270 32 10 Alabama
91 Hardison, Marcus DE 6-3 310 25 3 Arizona State
90 Johnson, Michael DE 6-7 272 30 9 Georgia Tech
94 Smith, Chris DE 6-1 266 25 4 Arkansas
99 Willis, Jordan DE 6-4 255 22 R Kansas State
97 Atkins, Geno DT 6-1 300 29 8 Georgia
75 Billings, Andrew DT 6-1 325 22 2 Baylor
79 Dean, David DT 6-1 302 24 1 Virginia
67 Glasgow, Ryan DT 6-3 302 23 R Michigan
92 Sims, Pat DT 6-2 330 31 10 Auburn
68 Tupou, Josh DT 6-3 350 23 R Colorado
69 Williams, DeShawn DT 6-1 295 24 2 Clemson
44 Laufasa, Darrin FB 6-1 235 22 R Texas-El Paso
65 Boling, Clint G 6-5 305 28 7 Georgia
64 Dielman, J.J G 6-5 309 23 R Utah
66 Hopkins, Trey G 6-3 310 25 2 Texas
79 Lee, Cameron G 6-5 312 23 R Illinois State
62 Redmond, Alex G 6-5 310 22 1 UCLA
71 Smith, Andre G 6-4 325 30 9 Alabama
72 Stanton, Dustin G 6-4 298 23 R Oregon State
63 Westerman, Christian G 6-3 300 24 2 Arizona State
82 Carter, Cethan H-B 6-3 241 23 R Nebraska
89 Hewitt, Ryan H-B 6-4 255 26 4 Stanford
25 Bernard, Giovani HB 5-9 205 25 5 North Carolina
32 Hill, Jeremy HB 6-1 235 24 4 Louisiana State
28 Mixon, Joe HB 6-1 228 21 R Oklahoma
30 Peerman, Cedric HB 5-10 212 30 8 Virginia
39 Williams, Jarveon HB 5-9 202 22 R Texas- San Antonio
4 Bullock, Randy K 5-9 206 27 6 Texas A&M
3 Elliott, Jake K 5-9 167 22 R Memphis
49 Albright, Bryson LB 6-5 225 23 1 Miami (Ohio)
52 Bell, Brandon LB 6-1 229 22 R Penn State
55 Burfict, Vontaze LB 6-1 255 26 6 Arizona State
47 Dawson, P.J. LB 6-0 240 24 2 Texas Christian
50 Evans, Jordan LB 6-2 233 22 R Oklahoma
53 Flowers, Marquis LB 6-3 245 25 4 Arizona
58 Lawson, Carl LB 6-2 261 22 R Auburn
51 Minter, Kevin LB 6-0 246 26 5 LSU
56 Nickerson, Hardy LB 6-0 232 23 R Illinois
57 Rey, Vincent LB 6-0 250 29 7 Duke
59 Vigil, Nick LB 6-2 239 23 2 Utah State
46 Harris, Clark LS 6-5 250 33 9 Rutgers
74 Fisher, Jake OT 6-6 305 24 3 Oregon
77 Lechler, Landon OT 6-7 317 23 R North Dakota State
70 Ogbuehi, Cedric OT 6-5 310 25 3 Texas A&M
78 Perkins, Kent OT 6-5 320 22 R Texas
73 Winston, Eric OT 6-7 310 33 11 Miami (Fla.)
10 Huber, Kevin P 6-1 211 32 9 Cincinnati
# NAME POS. HT. WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE
14 Dalton, Andy QB 6-2 220 29 7 Texas Christian
6 Driskel, Jeff QB 6-4 231 24 2 Louisiana Tech
5 McCarron, AJ QB 6-3 220 26 3 Alabama
33 Carson, Tra RB 5-11 231 24 1 Texas A&M
42 Fejedelem, Clayton S 6-0 205 24 2 Illinois
43 Iloka, George S 6-4 225 27 6 Boise State
31 Smith, Derron S 5-10 200 25 3 Fresno State
36 Williams, Shawn S 6-0 210 26 5 Georgia
40 Wilson, Brandon S 5-11 200 23 R Houston
85 Eifert, Tyler TE 6-6 255 26 5 Notre Dame
81 Kroft, Tyler TE 6-6 250 24 3 Rutgers
86 Schreck, Mason TE 6-5 258 23 R Buffalo
87 Uzomah, C.J. TE 6-6 265 24 3 Auburn
83 Boyd, Tyler WR 6-2 197 22 2 Pittsburgh
88 Brown, Chris WR 6-1 191 23 2 Notre Dame
16 Core, Cody WR 6-3 210 23 2 Mississippi
12 Erickson, Alex WR 6-0 195 24 2 Wisconsin
18 Green, A.J. WR 6-4 210 29 7 Georgia
11 LaFell, Brandon WR 6-3 210 30 8 Louisiana State
80 Malone, Josh WR 6-3 208 21 R Tennessee
15 Ross, John WR 5-11 188 22 R Washington
17 Russell, Alonzo WR 6-4 206 24 1 Toledo
13 Whitfield, Kermit WR 5-8 184 23 R Florida State