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The Tuesday edition of Sports Time Radio with The Big Jack and Dan the Man. You saw the title the Houston Texans handed the Cincinnati Bengals their 1st loss of the season last night on Monday Night Football. Kris Bryant of the Chicago Cubs won the N.L. Rookie of the Year while Carlos Correra of the Houston Astris took home the A.L. Rookie of the Year. Today baseball will annnounce who the Manger of the Year is for bot h leagues. Can the Cubs and astos managers win and have each team go 2 for 2 in off season awards.
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The Arizona Cardinals have another appearance on Sunday Night Football this week. They face the 8-1 Cincinnati Bengals at home after having defeated the Seattle Seahawks 39-32 in Seattle. The game features two of the NFL's best teams and two of the league's most balanced teams offensively and defensively.
To preview the game, Scott Bantel from SB Nation's Cincy Jungle was a guest on the show with host Jess Root and talked about a whole bunch of things leading up to the game.
Of course, we couldn't ignore the Carson Palmer angle, so we discussed what his departure meant for him and for Cincinnati. Clearly, it worked out for everyone.
Bantel tells us about how Bengals fans have elevated expectations and, despite all the success the last four years, are really in a wait-and-see mode for the team until the postseason.
He gives us the implications of the injuries they have suffered on defense and also the matchups that favor and do not favor the Bengals. And that whole prime time thing with Andy Dalton and the Bengals? There might be something to that.
The New York Jets in a Must win situation - did'nt. They're no longer in the AFC Wildcard Picture. The Texans have Some quality Defensive Players and one special wide reciever named DeAndre Hopkins.
The Jets lost more than a game, more than a playoff spot. They lost their star Defensive back Darrelle Revis to a concussion and Center Nick Mangold to a right hand injury that required stitches.
Each week the New York Jets have had a new and different problem costing them the game; excepting their Special Teams which have been a problem from the start of the season. This Team needs Offensive line help. A pass Rush and a sense of urgency.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and his injured companions had player execution problems again this week; Kenbrel Thompkins was inactive in favor of Devin Smith, who again could not deliver. Does Todd Bowles have what it takes to win situational Fooball and are he and Chan Gailey on the same page?
Let's talk Dolphin's. Yes, they're 6 -4 but that does'nt mean this Jets Team will beat them this Sunday.
Join Hosts Herb LaLane (@ThaKingofQueens) and James Boyd (@OneJetDrive) as we break it down and talk about our position in the AFC East and conference.
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NFL Week 9 picks: Will Bengals stay undefeated vs. Browns on Thursday Night Football?
The 7–0 Bengals host the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night this week, and all eyes will be on Andy Dalton, as he has struggled so often in the past during marquee night games. Is this the year he shakes off that reputation and gets Cincinnati to 8–0? Or will the
The Seattle Seahawks better be damn glad that Kam Chancellor decided to end his "hold out". His tremendous effort play at the end of the 4th quarter saved the Seahawks season and their playoff hopes. Megatron must be kicking himself for allowing Kam to strip him of the football just before he scored a game winning TD in Seattle. Now, the Lions are still winless and the Seahawks look to have righted the ship. They face Cincinatti next week and the possibility of ending up 1-4 after that matchup was definitely a distinct possibility. Yet, Kam Chancellor who held out for virtually all of training camp, made the play that may spur this team back into dynasty mode. However, they must defeat a more than confident Bengals squad that refuses to come up short this year. Will the Bengals ground the Seahawks or will Seattle prove that their earlier issues are behind them. Tune in tonight and every Wednesday evening for fresh perspectives on the NFL and of course the early rumblings in the NBA.
It was a week of pain with many significant injuries headlining the day. Jay and Dre examine the maladies and talk about the complete lack of defense in New Orleans and the lack of presence by the Packers in Denver. Then they make their predictions for a primetime Battle of Ohio between a beat-up Jake McClown's Cleveland Browns and the still undefeated Cincinnati Bengals.
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The Bengals undefeated season ends against the Houston Texans. Did you see the coming? I know I didn't. Matt and BFD discuss Monday Night Football, playoff odds, and preview week 11 against the New York Jets LIVE at 7 p.m. CDT. Topics include: What Romeo Crennel did do to fix this defense, DeAndre Hopkins one hand catch, the imaginary starting offensive line actually starting, and Andy Dalton's nemesis T.J. Yates.
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Today, we begin discussing some of the big talking points from the Thursday Night Football game between the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans.
After another big win without their star QB, can the return of Andrew Luck put the Colts back in the saddle and play big against the Patriots? Does Brian Hoyer deserve to be the permanent starter now? And how much of this loss was on the Houston Defense? We discuss and more.
Then we move onto our NFL Week 5 Preview, where we play games like fact or fiction, over/under, what's more likely and more? We also give predictions for each game and breakdown the match-ups as well.
Finally, we go through the big games in the College Football schedule and then end things on our "What to Watch this weekend" segment.
New England looked human beating the New York Giants on a 54 yard field goal by Stephen Gostowski. The Giants almost pulled off the victory, kicking the go ahead field with 1:47 remaining. Tom Brady converted a fourth and ten during the last drive, finding Danny Amendola for a 12 yard gain. The win keeps the Patriots perfect season in place while holding a four game lead over the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.
The Houston Texans did enough to hand the Cincinnati Bengals their first loss. They held Andy Dalton to 197 passing yards, and kept the Bengals out of the end zone. T.J. Yates tossed a 22 yard touchdown to DeAndre Hopkins, on the fourth play of the fourth quarter that gave the Texans the go ahead score. The Texans win puts them in a tie with the Indianapolis Colts for first place, in the AFC South.
The Broncos have lost two in a row, and Peyton Manning. Manning sustained and injury in the loss to the Chiefs. Manning had five completions and four interceptions. Brock Osweiler will get the start against the Chicago Bears. Even with the loss the Broncos still hold a three game lead over the Chiefs.
The Minnesota Vikings have put together a five game winning streak. This winning streak coupled with a three game Packers losing streak, puts the Vikings in first place. At 7-2, the Vikings have quietly made enough plays to win football games. Adrian Peterson added another 200 yard rushing game to his Hall of Fame resume. His sixth 200-yard game ties him with O.J. Simposon for the most in NFL history. The Vikings intercepted Derek Carr twice, and shutout the Raiders in the second half en route to a 30-14 victory.
The boys reflect on a week in which the Bears and Saints finally won, the Cardinals finally lost (and the Broncos, almost), and the Falcons, Panthers, Packers, and Bengals remained flawless. Then they make their pick for the Thursday night AFC South tangle between Indianapolis, who may have their leader Andrew Luck, and Houston, who will have Captain America, J.J. Watt.
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