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Here are the inactive lists for the Bengals and Texans with just over an hour until kick-off:
Bengals: CB Jason Allen, TE Richard Quinn, DT Devon Still, DT Brandon Thompson, WR Dane Sanzenbacher, RB Daniel “Boom” Herron, and S Chris Crocker
Texans: OT Antoine Caldwell, FB Tyler Clutts, CB Roc Carmichael, OL Andrew Gardner, CB Stanford Routt, OL Cody White, and NT Terrell McClain
For the Bengals, there are no real surprises, considering Crocker showed up as doubtful on yesterday’s injury report. Unfortunately, the quad injury he suffered in the first quarter last week apparently hasn’t healed enough for their liking. This may create a problem for the secondary, as the Bengals will more than likely turn to Nate Clements and Taylor Mays to fill the void. Much has been made of how much the defense’s improvement over the second half of the season coincided with Crocker’s return. Thompson and Still have been regulars on the inactive list thanks to Cincy’s deep defensive line. Sanze...
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Do the Bengals or Texans have the stronger team?
Comparing wildcard teams by position.
AFC Wild Card Game - #6 Bengals at #3 Texans
QB - Matt Schaub over Andy Dalton - I really should be going with Dalton here but I'm going to stick with Schaub.
RB - Foster over BGE - This is obvious.
WR - Johnson over Green - This is probably the last year Johnson would...
The Bengals have made the playoffs for the 2nd straight year, but like last year, they did it by winning the games they were supposed to and nothing else (well not technically nothing else this year, but close to it). The Bengals went 9-0 against non-playoff teams last season, but 0-7 against playoff teams, a number that grew to 0-8 when they lost to the Texans in the first round...
For analysis on Cincinnati http://footballfanspot.com/cincinnati-bengals-wild-card-round-power-rankings-10
For analysis on Houston http://footballfanspot.com/houston-texans-wild-card-round-power-rankings-7
As tempting as it is to go against Matt Schaub, whose team is reeling right now, especially since this is Matt Schaub’s first playoff start (quarterbacks are 5-13 ATS at home...
J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans looks on against the Cincinnati Bengals during their AFC Wild Card Playoff Game at Reliant Stadium on January 5, 2013 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
The Houston Texans entered into Saturday afternoon’s wildcard game with the Cincinnati Bengals carrying more than just the hopes of moving on to the next round of the 2013...
The Houston Texans, who struggled the last month of the season, beat the Cincinnati Bengals tonight 19-13 behind their All-Pros running back Arian Foster and defensive end J.J. Watt.
The Texans, who eliminated the Bengals last season as well, were paced by four field goals by Shayne Graham of 48, 27, 22 and 24 yards and a 1 yard touchdown run by Foster, who finished with 140 yards...
The Cincinnati Bengals are coming into the game on Saturday against the Houston Texans in a lot better shape than most people think. They currently are on a three game winning streak including beating the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers, so confidence shouldn’t be that much of an issue for this team at all. Here [...]The post Cincinnati Bengals Keys to Victory Saturday...
T-minus 2 hours. Houston, you're about to have a big problem. #WhoDey #Bengals #DNO— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) January 5, 2013
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