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Bengals Look to Rebound Sunday at Arrowhead

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The Bengals will look to snap a three-game losing streak this week when they face the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.  After winning the season-opener, the Bengals have dropped three straight to the Browns, Seahawks and Patriots before their bye in Week Five.  Cincinnati ranks in the top-five in points, total yards and passing yards per game but ranks 26th in the league in the running game.  The Chiefs were handed a 17-7 home loss by the Jacksonville Jaguars last week.  Damon Huard tossed for 196 yards with an interception before leaving the game with a bruised shoulder and being replaced by Brodie Croyle.  The Chiefs scored on the final play of the game to avoid being shut out at home for the first time in 13 years.  The Bengals posted a 23-10 victory over the Chiefs at Arrowhead on opening day last season.


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One Response to “Bengals Look to Rebound Sunday at Arrowhead”

  1. Jesse says:

    I can see Carson having a lot of trouble this week but still pulling off 200+ and 2 TDs. If he has pick problems then the games gonna be ripe for the taking for the Chiefs at home. 85 and Housh better run perfect routes and hope to stay on their feet with the Chiefs rough D!!!

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