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Eli Manning threw three touchdowns, including the go-ahead one to Sterling Shepard on fourth down early in the fourth quarter, and the New York Giants limited the Cincinnati Bengals to 37 total yards in the fourth quarter en route to a 21-20 win at MetLife Stadium on Monday.

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Eli Manning, Jerell Adams, Landon Collins, Odell Beckham Jr., Olivier Vernon, Rashad Jennings, Sterling Shepard
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(Seth Wenig)

THE GAME: The Cincinnati Bengals (3-4-1) at the Giants (5-3) at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J. on Monday, Nov. 14 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

THE WEATHER: The early forecast calls for a nice day to turn into a chilly night, with clear skies and temperatures in the low 40s. So bundle up. It always feels a lot colder at the Meadowlands.

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Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (Kirby Lee/USA Today Sports Images)
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (Kirby Lee/USA Today Sports Images)

New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has been trying to find ways to limit the Cincinnati Bengals' offense on Monday night at MetLife Stadium.

 

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Nov 6, 2016; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants guard Justin Pugh (67) is helped off the field after spraining a knee during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 6, 2016; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants guard Justin Pugh (67) is helped off the field after spraining a knee during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

The Giants released their injury report on Saturday. The final players are listed...

The following will be OUT Monday night against the Bengals

  • OG Justin Pugh (knee)
Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Jonathan Casillas, Justin Pugh, Kerry Wynn, Ryan Nassib, Victor Cruz
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Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert (85) is key to the success of the Cincinnati offense. (Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sportsis (Jason Bridge)
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert (85) is key to the success of the Cincinnati offense. (Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sportsis (Jason Bridge)

The Giants defense will face a red zone challenge in Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert in Monday's matchup.

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, John Fennelly
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New York Jets running back Matt Forte runs the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals in the second half at MetLife Stadium. (William Hauser/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Jets running back Matt Forte runs the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals in the second half at MetLife Stadium. (William Hauser/USA Today Sports Images)

The New York Jets fell one point and a few missed opportunities short of opening the season with a victory.

With a quick turnaround and a trip to AFC East-rival Buffalo up next, they're staring at a potential 0-2 start for the first time since 2007. And, they've got plenty to clean up in a hurry.

"It's tough, and it's not what we wanted," quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said of the Jets' 23-22 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

Tags: Buffalo Bills, Brandon Marshall, Cincinnati Bengals, Ryan Fitzpatrick
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New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick drops back to pass against the Cincinnati Bengals during the first quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick drops back to pass against the Cincinnati Bengals during the first quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

Ryan Fitzpatrick, the $12 million man, frustratingly came up short in the clutch, as his forced throw to Eric Decker was intercepted in the final minute with the New York Jets trying to get into field goal range. After Fitzpatrick led the Jets to a 16-13 halftime advantage with two touchdown passes, the Bengals held them to just six points in the second half.

The Jets didn't really let Fitzpatrick air it out -- or he chose not to -- because he completed three downfield throws over the middle but just one outside the numbers. The passing game enjoyed some success in between the 20s on short passes, but let itself down by coming up empty a few times close to the goal line.

While he took off a couple of times for positive yardage, Fitzpatrick perhaps eschewed a couple of chances to tuck and run in the red zone. Even on the play where he threw his first touchdown pass, he probably could have walked it in after the right defensive end bit hard on the run action despite there not being a play fake. This left Fitzpatrick and his two receivers with an easy three-on-two situation on the backside.

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Ryan Fitzpatrick
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Cincinnati Bengals kicker Mike Nugent kicks the winning field goal against the New York Jets in the second half at MetLife Stadium. (William Hauser/USA Today Sports Images)
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Mike Nugent kicks the winning field goal against the New York Jets in the second half at MetLife Stadium. (William Hauser/USA Today Sports Images)

Welcome to BGA. We'll be here the day after every New York Jets game for an in-depth review of what happened. We'll look at each position group throughout the day, so keep coming back to TJB to check it out.

Let's move on to discuss Sunday's game.

After all the anticipation, that was a pretty horrible way to lose a game. The Jets left plenty of points on the field and lost by just one, hurting their chances on missed kicks, third down pass defense and red zone execution. The fact that the Jets came out with their hair on fire looking so good only makes the loss seem worse.

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THE GAME: The Cincinnati Bengals (0-0) at the Jets (0-0) at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. ET

THE WEATHER: A warm, but not-too-hot day with a light breeze and temperatures in the low-to-mid 80s.

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On this week's show, Corey Griffin and SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano break down the Jets' Week 1 matchup with Cincinnati and discuss how the schedule looks as the season progresses.

Later, Corey welcomes Joe Goodberry of CincyJungle.com to the show for his take on the Bengals.

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It's no mystery that injuries have prevented the Giants from being a force in the NFC the past three seasons. No NFL team has incurred more over that period. So, last night, when four defensive backs were forced to leave the game, a pall fell over Giants' fans all over the world: "Here we go again!"

Tags: Giants-Bengals, New York Giants News, John Fennelly
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We have come to a breaking point in the NFL season where critical wins, or losses, could be the difference between making the playoffs, or sitting on your couch wrapped up in your favorite snuggie with a bowl of popcorn and watching them.

There is no question that certain teams such as the Pittsburgh Steelers, Miami Dolphins, and Arizona Cardinals need a lot of help to make the playoffs, while division titles in the NFC West, and AFC East and others could be secured this week.

Tags: AFC, bengals, broncos, colts, New York Giants, pats, Playoff Picture, ravens
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These are the types of weeks I envisioned earlier in the season?

I won with the Cardinals, Saints and 49ers last week, but of course the Giants were a major disappointment

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: bengals, Chiefs, giants, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, patriots, seahawks
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Just like the Giants, I just can?t seem to find my rhythm this season.

I got the Steelers but lost with the Giants, Lions and only by a half-point with the Panthers.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: bengals, colts, giants, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, patriots
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I can?t seem to shake the 2-2 week, but at least it?s better than 1-3 or 0-4

The Colts mounted a late comeback and the Chiefs took care of the Bills for my two wins. The Seahawks relied on a late comeback and therefore did not cover, and the Ravens were a complete disappointment against the Browns.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: bengals, cowboys, giants, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, NY Giants, panthers, SNYGiants
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I?m coming up as empty at the Giants are this season. Another 0-4 week for me after I lost with the Dolphins, Broncos, Lions and Giants.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Week 5 Record: 0-4

Tags: bengals, broncos, giants, New York Giants, nfl nfl picks, picks with spread, sny, SNYGiants, Steelers
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Wow, that 19-point Seahawks spread was such a trap!

I did get victories with the Colts and Bears last week, but of course, I was disappointed by the Giants.

Here are this week?s picks. I?ll be using the point spreads from Yahoo! Sports. Feel free to include your picks for these or any other of the week?s games in the comments section. Good luck!

Tags: bengals, Chiefs, giatns, New York Giants, NFL, nfl picks, raiders, ravens, SNYGiants
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Cincinnati Bengals' QB Andy Dalton has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his Week 10 performance against the Giants. Basically unfettered by the Giants' pass rush, Dalton had one of his best days as a pro.

Dalton completed 21 of 30 passes (70 percent) for 199 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions for a 127.6 passer rating in the Bengals? 31-13 win over the Giants.

He connected with four different Bengals receivers on his TD passes ? 56 yards to WR A.J. Green, 11 yards to WR Andrew Hawkins, 10 yards to TE Jermaine Gresham and 10 yards to rookie WR Mohamed Sanu.

Tags: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants
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Four offensive turnovers were the storyline of the Giants? loss this past Sunday to the Bengals. However, defensive coordinator Perry Fewell was not pleased with how his unit played as a whole.

On the very first series, Andy Dalton connected with A.J. Green on a 56-yard touchdown in which the Giants? secondary looked completely lost.

Fewell said there were actually two blunders on that play.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, AJ Green, Andy Dalton, bengals, defense, defensive coordinator, giants, Giants Defense, NFL, Perry Fewell, Editorial Aside
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Since Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning became partners in this wild ride that is the modern-day Giants, they have owned September and October, but not November and December. If you check your calendar, today is Nov 11 and the Giants lost to an inferior opponent (that's debatable at this point) today. They are now 13-19 in the month of November under Tom.

No one is shocked, but everyone to a man is disappointed. Coughlin was out of answers at his postgame presser and the bye couldn't come at a better time...

[audio http://snygiants.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/coughlin-11-11.mp3]

Tags: Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, Tom Coughlin
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It wasn?t the defense?s fault that the Giants suffered a 31-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, who had lost their previous four games.

The Bengals only extended scoring drive that resulted in a touchdown came on their very first possession, when Andy Dalton hit A.J. Green on a 56-yard strike. The Giants secondary looked confused on the play, but other than that blunder, the defense actually turned in a decent effort.

The problem was that the Bengals kept starting with great field position fueled by Giants? offensive turnovers or giving up big special teams? plays.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, Ahmad Bradshaw, AJ Green, Andy Dalton, bengals, defense, Eli Manning, giants, green, NFC East, Editorial Aside, turnovers
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Let's put this in perspective: the Giants?needed to get back on track against the Bengals. Instead, they came out flat, were dominated in the trenches and handed the ball over in critical situations.

Read a quarter-by-quarter breakdown of the Giants' breakdown; get it?

There was the Eli Manning problems ...

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, Cincinnati Bengals, Eli Manning, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants
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Someone forgot to tell the Giants their bye week isn't until next week. Instead, they decided to start that break one day early.

You can count the things the Giants did right today in Cincinnati on one hand. They played perhaps their worst game in years, turning the ball over four times to the Bengals' one. They fell behind quickly - 14-0 in the first five minutes - and never got on track, losing 31-13 to the now 4-5 Bengals.

The loss means the Giants (6-4) will only be 1 1/2 games ahead of the Eagles-Cowboys winner in the NFC East. The November struggles continue. The Giants are 13-19 in November in the Tom Coughlin/Eli Manning era.

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Fourth Quarter:

Beginning the final quarter, Manning throws a beauty to Cruz, but he drops it. He was probably so shocked to be open for the first time today his excitement caused shaky hands.

On third-down, Bennett gets a case of the jitters, adds another big drop to the drive.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, a.j. green, carlos dunlap, Eli Manning, Giants-Bengals, Hakeem Nicks, Lawrence Tynes, leon hall, robert geathers, Steve Weatherford, terrence newman, Victor Cruz
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Inactive for the Giants today in Cincinnati:

LB Jacquian Williams (knee), S Kenny Phillips (knee), DE Adewale Ojomo, DL Marvin Austin, TE Adrien Robinson, WR Jerrel Jernigan and LB Keith Rivers.

RB Ahmad Bradshaw, OG Chris Snee, TE Bear Pascoe and LB Chase Blackburn are all active.

Tags: Giants-Bengals, Inactives, New York Giants Inactives, NFL Week 10
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FOX' Brian Billick and Laura Okmin, 2/3 of the broadcast team (Thom Brenneman will call the play-by-play) preview today's game between the Giants and Bengals.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJewvgeHAVc]

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, NFL on FOX
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This week's game is crucial to the Giants (I know, every game is crucial) because with a win, they can put some distance between themselves and the loser of the Cowboys-Eagles game. They would remain 2 1/2 games in front of the winner and hold a 3 1/2 game lead on the loser with seven games remaining.

Beating the Bengals, however, won't be easy. It's certainly doable, but nothing is ever easy in this league and the Giants always seem to make things tough on themselves. Cincinnati is on a 4-game losing streak, but they've been competitive. Three of those losses came at home, too, so the 12th man might not have much starch left at this point.

They lost to Miami by 4, led the Browns after three quarters, were tied with Pittsburgh in the fourth quarter and went blow-for-blow with Brother Peyton last week. They will give the Giants a game today, you can bank on that. The effort will be there.

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, NFL, Editorial Aside
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The Giants (6-3) travel to Cincinnati to take on the 3-5 Bengals. Both teams are coming off losses. The Giants fell at home to Pittsburgh, 24-20. The Bengals also lost at home, to Denver, 31-20.

Kickoff: 1:00pm Eastern

Site: Paul Brown Stadium

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, NFL
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Sam Spiegelman: A.J. Green thinks there are holes in the Giants' defense, and rightfully so. BenJarvis Green-Ellis is not Isaac Redman, and New York will not allow another 100-yard rusher this week. Expect the Giants to force Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton to throw the ball enough to force pressure and turnovers. Offensively, the Bengals are pretty tough up front, so this may have to be the slump-breaker for Eli Manning. Perhaps this marks the bounce-back game for Hakeem Nicks, too. Giants score, and score often, and roll into their bye week with a new-found swagger. Giants 35, Bengals 24

Paul Tierney (Giants 101): The Giants have not been playing championship-caliber football as of late. They have given up 1,263 yards of total offense over the last three weeks. Furthermore, Eli Manning has been completely out of sync with his wide receivers, which resulted in his pathetic 41.1 quarterback rating in Week 9. Despite Big Blue's shortcomings on both sides of the football, they have either won or given themselves a chance to win every game they have played this season. The Bengals enter this game with the league's 19th ranked pass defense to go along with a front seven that has allowed opponents to rush for 117 yards per game. AJ Green, Andy Dalton and Co. are more than capable of pulling this game out at home, but they will have to beat a better football team to do so. The Giants should roll into their bye week with a decisive victory on Sunday. Giants 30, Bengals 17

Jared Kruger: With the Bengals on a 4 game losing streak, Big Blue will find a way to extend that streak. They are looking for redemption after logging in some weak performances the past few weeks. Eli will break out of his "slump" and bring New York a much-needed victory heading into the bye. Giants 31, Bengals 21

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, NFL, sny
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The New York Giants (6-3) and the Cincinnati Bengals (3-5) square off Sunday with both teams looking to right the ship.

Coming off of a fourth-quarter collapse to Pittsburgh, the Giants face yet another AFC North foe as they attempt to put another check-mark in the win column before their bye week.

The Bengals have lost four consecutive contests, including last week's 31-23 loss to Peyton Manning's Broncos, and are falling out of the AFC playoff picture.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, a.j. green, Eli Manning, Giants-Bengals, terrence newman
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From CBSSports.com....The Giants try and bounce back from a tough loss to the Steelers at home when they head to Cincinnati to play the Bengals.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06gFdoK7SUM&w=560&h=315]

Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN NewYork previews Sunday's Giants-Bengals matchup in Cincinnati where Big Blue has never won in its history.

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Here is the latest injury report for the Giants and the Cincinnati Bengals, who face off this Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

Giants

Out: CB Michael Coe (Hamstring - Did Not Practice), S Kenny Phillips (Knee - DNP), LB Jacquian Williams (Knee - DNP)

Tags: Giants-Bengals Injuries, Injuries, NFL Injuries
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It?s been a while since the Giants struggles offensively, so offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride tried to explain to the media what has been going on the past few weeks.

The offense appeared out of sync both weeks, but it has been working hard this week to improve against the Bengals.

?It wasn?t something we expected to happen,? Gilbride said. ?We certainly appreciate the ability level of the two defenses we?ve played, but we thought, and expected, to perform a lot better than we did.?

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, Ahmad Bradshaw, bengals defense, Chris Snee, coordinator corner, Giants Offense, gilbride, Hakeem Nicks, Kevin Gilbride, offense, Editorial Aside
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So Bengals' WR ?AJ Green told everyone the emperor had no clothes yesterday, and the emperor woke out of his daze. All the kid said was the Giants' defense has "holes" in it. ?It's like asking a five-year-old what color suit Santa Claus wears. It's a no-brainer.

The Giants took umbrage to the remarks, as they should. They needn't take their frustrations out on Green, however. Just go take a look in the mirror. This defense is leaky. It shows on the stat sheet and in the films, which are now available to every layman in the land thanks to the NFL selling them online.

"The game has to be played on Sunday and if he sees holes, hopefully he?ll find them," said safety Antrel Rolle, "We don?t worry too much about talk or what?s being said. We?ll see come Sunday."

Tags: AJ Green, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, New York Giants News, NFL, Editorial Aside
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Today on the Boomer and Caron Show on WFAN, Cincinnati Bengals' WR AJ Green had this to say about the Giants' defense:

?I feel like they?ve got a lot of holes in their defense....Their front four, they get so much pressure on the quarterback. A lot of people don?t have that much time to get the big plays on them.?

Nothing wrong with the young man's eyesight. The Giants are a kill-or-be-killed defense. If they don't get to the QB, as Bill Chadwick would say: "Katy, bar the door!" It's no mistake their games resemble a Hearns-Hagler fight. Haymaker city. If their offense whiffs on few, they get hammered by the media. The defense keeps getting a pass.

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I think it?s kind of how we were raised. How we came in, our knowledge of what we?re doing. For me, I feel like my knowledge of the game is really what helped me. A.J., he?s so naturally gifted, and put that with the work ethic that both of us have, I think that?s what it comes down to, why we?ve been successful for the first year and a half that we?ve been in the league.
Tags: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, NFL, Quote
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Wednesday's practice report for the Giants and Cincinnati Bengals who face off this Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

GIANTS

DID NOT PRACTICE: LB Chase Blackburn (hamstring), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), DT Chris Canty (groin), WR Hakeem Nicks (knee), S Kenny Phillips (knee), G Chris Snee (ankle), LB Jacquian Williams (knee)

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When the Giants visit Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati this Sunday, it will mark the ninth time these teams have met. In the previous eight games, the Bengals hold a 5-3 record.

In this series, the home team has won every game, which bodes well for the Bengals. However, the last meeting was in Cincinnati was in 2004, long before the Giants developed their reputation as being road warriors.

In seven of the previous right matchups, between these teams, the game has been decided by a touchdown or less. In fact, the last three games have been decided by a field goal or less.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, all-time series, bengals, giants, marvin lewis, Editorial Aside, Sunday, Super Bowl, Tom Coughlin
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Tom Coughlin on the Giants' opponent this week: the Cincinnati Bengals.....

"We?re looking forward to getting back on the practice field, preparing for the Cincinnati Bengal team, a team that was 3-1 earlier in the year, has lost four very close games of late. Just a week ago, had lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 34-17, a very, very good football game. Then, against the Broncos, they were down 17-3 and came back to take a 20-17 lead, and eventually lost that game as well. They had some turnovers in that game. They looked like they were going to be in pretty good shape.

They are a team that?s built in the style of the AFC North, in that they?re attempting to overtake the Steelers. They?re built much like that. They have a big, strong and powerful offensive line. A.J. Green is an excellent receiver, a deep threat. (Andy) Dalton being the young quarterback who was a Pro Bowler a year ago. They were in the playoffs a year ago. They run the ball, (BenJarvus) Green-Ellis is there, as you know, as a free agent. He?s a powerful runner, a lot of the style that you see is emblematic of the formations that we just played against.

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, New York Giants News, NFL, Tom Coughlin
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Earlier today, I played the role of physician in diagnosing the Giants' recent offensive slump. Partial blame was attributed to the lack of Hakeem Nicks in the passing attack.

Today, Nicks missed practice as his right foot and left knee issues reemerged. Nicks reportedly suffered swelling in the knee following the team's loss to Pittsburgh, and his status for Sunday in Cincinnati is now a question mark.

This now begs the question if injuries have hindered Nicks, or perhaps he returned too soon and re-injured or worsened the injury.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, Giants-Bengals, Hakeem Nicks, Kenny Phillips
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From FOXSports.com: Will the Giants rebound against the Bengals? Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick looks ahead to the matchup.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5daOK0K7qbg&w=560&h=315]

Some notes from the NFL Media people....

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, FOX Sports, Giants-Bengals, New York Giants, NFL Week 10
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In preparation for tonight's game, I've scoured some of the Cincinnati Bengals fan blogs to see what the opposition will be watching for tonight.

The Bengals are not a team with high hopes for 2011. After ending the 2010 season at 4-12, they lost Ochocinco to the Patriots and Terell Owens to retirement. Carson Palmer, their quarterback, demanded to be traded and refused to show up for practice. Palmer was so down on the team that he said, as quoted, he "will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again."

Needless to say, 2011 is going to be a rebuilding year for the team. Having lost their QB and top 2 WRs, the Bengals are relying on their rookie draft picks, QB Andy Dalton and receiver A.J. Green, to lead their team. On WhoDeyFans, "success" for the Bengals is defined as defying their already meager expectations:

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With no end to the lockout in sight, NFL players around the league got into trouble this weekend.

  • Friday - DeSean Jackson of the Eagles uses a number of gay slurs on a Sirius XM radio show. He has since apologized
  • Saturday - Steeler Hines Ward is arrested and charged with a DUI in Georgia in the wee hours of the morning
  • Sunday - Another arrest, this time of Bengal Pacman Jones at a bar in Cincinnati for being intoxicated and disruptive
NFL players are probably getting incredibly anxious as we enter the last month before the season would be starting. I wouldn't be surprised if we continue to see more outbursts of bad behavior if this lack of progress in talks continues. I hope we don't see any of this kind of thing from the Jets.
Tags: bengals, desean jackson, eagles, hines ward, jets, lockout, Main Page, pacman jones, steelers, Adam Rotter
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