Green reeled in seven of 13 targets for 189 yards and a score in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Bills. He fumbled during the contest.
Green's biggest contribution came early in Sunday's game when he went deep up the right sideline for a 77-yard touchdown. The Bengals look like a new team under new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, and arguably no one has benefited more than Green. Green has topped 100 yards twice in the three games since Cincinnati's switch and has scored in each. He'll face a tough challenge in keeping the moment going against Jalen Ramsey, A.J. Bouye and the Jaguars after next week's bye.
Green caught five of seven targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-7 win over the Browns.
Green tied for the team lead in targets but struggled to open up big plays, aside from a 25-yard catch-and-run. He salvaged his day from a fantasy perspective with a short touchdown, marking the second straight game he's reached the end zone. Green has been a steady performer, despite the dysfunction around him in the Cincinnati offense this year, and should continue as such next week against the Bills.
Coming off a season in which Green saw double-digit targets in six of nine completed games, things haven't changed as he remains the apple of QB Andy Dalton's eye. He's now been funneled a gaudy 31 looks through three games and is on pace to approach the career-high 178 targets he accrued in 2013 -- when he finished the season with 1,426 receiving yards and 11 spikes. His only concern going forward is the general state of the Bengals offense that just underwent a change at offensive coordinator.
Green brought in five of eight targets for 67 yards in Thursday's 13-9 loss to the Texans.
Green was unsurprisingly Andy Dalton's top target on the night, and is in the opener, he managed to produce a serviceable stat line despite the Bengals' general offensive ineptitude. The multi-time Pro Bowler seems to be the one member of the Cincinnati aerial attack hitting on all cylinders early, already having logged 10 receptions (on 18 targets) for 141 yards through the first two weeks. Andy Dalton is bound to break out of his early-season slump, and as his top target, Green will undoubtedly be a beneficiary when he does. He'll look to play a pivotal role in a Week 3 road showdown against the Packers.
Green caught five of 10 targets for 74 yards in Sunday's loss to Baltimore.
Green had a few nice plays on Sunday, including a late 27-yard catch-and-scamper downfield, but it was hard for Cincinnati's offense to get into a rhythm while turning the ball over five times. Green should have an easier go of things once the the unit starts humming, considering defenses should be kept honest by the Bengals' influx of young offensive talent. However, Sunday showed that time might be a ways away, unfortunately.
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