The New England Patriots are rolling with Tom Brady under center, fresh off a 33-13 rout of the Cleveland Browns.
On Sunday, the Patriots (4-1) will look to begin a new home winning streak against the Cincinnati Bengals (2-3).
The Patriots have won their last seven home games against the Bengals, dating all the way back to December 1986.
Brady will make his 2016 Gillette Stadium debut. Tight end Rob Gronkowski missed practice Friday, but should be ready to go on Sunday.
Cincinnati will once again be without tight end Tyler Eifert, still struggling to return from offseason ankle surgery and a back injury he sustained in camp.
What time is the Bengals vs. Patriots game?
Time: 1 p.m. ET kickoff
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.
What TV channel is showing the game?
The game will air on CBS.
Who is calling the game for CBS?
Ian Eagle will handle play-by-play duties with Dan Fouts as the color analyst. Evan Washburn will work the sidelines.