The Bengals trip to Arizona got off to a rough start.
Sure, Rex Ryan facing his old team is a juicy storyline, but this AFC East rivalry game between the Bills and Jets has major playoff implications. Here are five key stats to know about Thursday night's showdown.
Somebody's losing in Denver. That's for sure when the unbeaten Packers and Broncos clash Sunday night. Could the Bengals and Panthers fall as well?
We've seen this the past four years: the Bengals look great, and then fall apart in the postseason. But they're different this year. Really. And it begins with the play of Andy Dalton, who finally looks comfortable running Cincy's offense.
Let's be honest: Week 4 isn't the sexiest slate of NFL matchups this season, but with the Jets and Dolphins kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET -- you can binge for some 15 hours plus.
The fourth time's the charm for the Packers as they finally beat the Seahawks.
After an altercation with Richard Rodgers, K.J. Wright was ejected from the game.
Bengals cornerback Adam Jones has appealed his $35,000 fine stemming from a tussle with Raiders rookie receiver Amari Cooper in Week 1.
Yeah, it's only Week 2, but trust us, plenty of these showdowns could be pivotal for setting the tone for the season. And there isn't a game that sets the tone more than Rex Ryan squaring off with his old nemesis, Bill Belichick.
Jones slammed Amari Cooper's head into Cooper's helmet after knocking the helmet of the rookie wideout's head.

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