Jerry Jones doesn't seem to have let go of Dez Bryant's controversial play during last year's playoffs.
At 8-2, the Cardinals remain the No. 2 seed in the NFC, and more importantly, are playing with confidence as we head into December.
Carson Palmer rebounded from two picks by tossing a perfect touchdown.
The Bengals, with a chance to go 9-0 by beating the Texans in prime time, egged on the big stage again. No way!
J.J. Watt took a shot at Andy Dalton after the Texans handed the Bengals their first loss. Dalton wasn't a fan of Watt's quote.
All eyes are on the three unbeatens, especially the Patriots as Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the 8-0 Pats head to New York to face the one team that's had their number in recent years. Could the Titans trip up the Panthers? Or the Texans ambush the Bengals?
Too soon to talk playoffs? Not when you consider what's on the line for the Raiders, Steelers, Vikings and Rams. The Broncos may have provided a blueprint to beat the Packers, but no team has that personnel. And will the catch rule controversy go away? Not anytime soon.
Tyler Eifert caught three touchdown passes from Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati defense clamped down on the Browns offense as the game went along.
Tyler Eifert tied the Bengals' franchise record for the most touchdown passes caught in a single season by a tight end.
Tyler Eifert scored his eighth touchdown of this season on Thursday night. He now leads the league in touchdown catches.

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