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Cincinnati slogged their way to another loss as the offensive failed to deliver much. After the game, the Bengals fired offensive coordinator Ken Zampese: the team failed to score an offensive touchdown in their first two home games for the first time in franchise history. Bill Lazor takes over the play calling duties after being the team’s quarterback coach. The Bengals held a 295-266 edge in total yards but lost the first down battle 14-12. Cincinnati allowed Houston to hold the ball for 32:15 to their 27:45 and committed the game’s lone turnover. The Bengals have plenty of work to do offensively: they are 22nd in the league in both passing (178.5 yards per game) and rushing (79.5 yards per game) offense this season. Cincinnati is a dismal 31st in scoring offense as they average 4.5 points per game, negating the fact that they are a strong 7th in scoring defense as they give up 16.5 points per contest. Andy Dalton is 36 of 66 passing for 394 yards with no touchdowns and four interceptions while getting sacked eight times. Three running backs are splitting the workload right now with Giovani Bernard (12 carries, 50 yards), Jeremy Hill (12 carries, 43 yards) and rookie Joe Mixon (17 carries, 45 yards) each struggling to gain traction. A.J. Green leads the team with 10 receptions for 141 yards. Brandon LaFell (seven catches, 54 yards) and Tyler Eifert (four receptions, 46 yards) are other reliable targets. Randy Bullock has yet to attempt an extra point but is three of three on field goal attempts with a long of 39. Green Bay was banged up before Sunday’s game started as both starting tackles, Bryan Bulaga and David Bakhtiari, were ruled out before kickoff. The makeshift offensive lineup proved costly as they struggled most of the game: they allowed three sacks and seven quarterback hits, including one that led to a scoop six that extended the Packers’ deficit to 31-7 in the third quarter. The Packers outgained the Falcons 367-364 but most of their offense came in garbage time. Green Bay had a 24-19 edge in first downs and a 31:23 to 28:37 advantage in time of possession but the Packers committed two turnovers while not forcing one. The Packers are 4th in the league in passing offense with 297 yards per contest through the air and 27th in rushing with 71.5 yards per game. Green Bay is 15th in the league in scoring offense as they average 20 points per contest and stand 17th in scoring defense by allowing 21.5 points per game. Aaron Rodgers has hit 61 of 92 throws for 654 yards with three touchdown passes and two interceptions while adding 29 rushing yards. Tim Montgomery leads the Packers with 29 carries for 89 yards while reeling in 10 passes for 114 yards and a score. Randall Cobb leads Green Bay with 15 receptions for 145 yards while Davante Adams (11 grabs, 146 yards, TD), Jordy Nelson (seven catches, 79 yards, TD) and Martellus Bennett (eight catches, 90 yards) are all versatile targets. Mason Crosby hit all four extra points and two of two field goal attempts with a long of 40. The Bengals have key issues to work through now as they have yet to put the ball in the end zone. Lazor is going to have his work cut out for him trying to get the offense going. Having to go on the road against a Green Bay team that thrives at home and that is motivated to bounce back from last week’s defeat is a bad mix for Cincinnati. The Bengals are overmatched and outgunned here: Green Bay bounces back with a win to drop Cincinnati to 0-3. iphone 7 leather case amazon

Michael Liegghio has been a sports fan for as long as he can remember and has been following hockey and baseball intently for all that time. For the past 2 years he has enjoyed playing fantasy sports on a daily basis and has many wins to show for it. With a love of research into advanced and non-conventional stats, Michael can consistently pick the winners. His mantra? “You have to trust the process!”


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