Arguably the Cincinnati Bengals’ best player, wide receiver A.J. Green is iffy for Sunday’s playoff game in Indianapolis against the Colts. He didn’t practice on Friday and hasn’t cleared the league’s concussion protocol after suffering the injury in Week 17 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. If Green can’t go, the pressure might double for the Bengals to win their first postseason contest since 1990.
The Indianapolis Colts haven’t forgotten their last meeting with the Cincinnati Bengals in week seven of the 2014 regular season, and look to capitalize on Bengals letdown.
At the start of the season, a Cleveland-Cincinnati battle as a Thursday Night primetime game did not appear to be an ideal television choice.
Bill Belichick had some high praise for Buffalo rookie receiver Sammy Watkins on Wednesday.
Unfortunately for New England, the Bengals are good — real good — and will present the toughest test of the year thus far. Here’s what to watch for
Will the Patriots let Darrelle Revis shadow A.J. Green Sunday night? Jones says they should, but is not confident they will.
Darrelle Revis doesn’t care where he lines up on defense, but wouldn’t have a problem going to Bill Belichick if he wanted to shadow a receiver.
In New England’s previous home game the Patriots barely defeated a bad Oakland team, so the prospect of playing an excellent Cincinnati team is a scary one.
Keefe discusses all the injuries that occurred in Week 2 and potential replacement options.
A look at the toughest matchups for the Patriots on their 2014 schedule.