Green caught five passes (on seven targets) for 67 yards, but also lost a fumble during Monday night's loss to the Texans. Green's 67 receiving yards led all players in Monday night's defensive struggle, but he'll be disappointed by committing his first fumble of the season. Additionally, Green has now only scored once since Week 3, representing an uncharacteristic drought for the Pro Bowl wideout. In Week 11, he'll be tasked with beating a deep and talented Cardinals secondary.
Green turned a team-high 17 targets into 11 catches for 118 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Steelers. Green was by far Cincinnati's best offensive player in the contest, as he accounted for more than half of quarterback Andy Dalton's passing yardage. The 11 receptions were a season high, and the fifth-year receiver eclipsed his yardage total from the previous two games combined in this one. Green won't always be this dominant with Tyler Eifert and Marvin Jones on hand to siphon off targets, but he's still talented enough to deliver tremendous performances every once in a while.
Bengals premier wide receiver A.J. Green caught four of seven targets for just 36 yards Sunday in Buffalo. Green played second fiddle to Marvin Jones, who received 12 targets.
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green had six catches on eight targets for 78 yards Sunday against Seattle. Tight end Tyler Eifert was the big receiving target for quarterback Andy Dalton on Sunday, catching eight passes on 12 targets for 90 yards and two touchdowns, with Green finishing with the same number of targets as Marvin Jones and Giovani Bernard. Aside from his 10-catch, 227-yard, two-touchdown performance in Week 3 against Baltimore, Green has failed to reach the 85-yard mark this season while scoring only one other touchdown. Up next is a trip to Buffalo in Week 6 before the Bengals' Week 7 bye.
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green caught seven of his 10 targets for 82 yards in Sunday's game against the Chiefs. The star receiver had five catches for 71 yards on the Bengals' first two drives, but was held to a pair of short catches the rest of the way. Green's final numbers were slightly underwhelming given his hot start, but he still finished with his second-best catch and yardage totals of the season. Cincinnati will draw a tough home matchup with the Seahawks in Week 5.
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