Found November 02, 2012 on WhoDeyFans:
  One of the interesting match-ups I will be watching on Sunday is that of Champ Bailey and AJ Green. In he match-up of the Broncos and the Bengals last season, Champ was out and had to watch as AJ racked up 124 yds and a TD on his Broncos.   In an article today in the Denver post, Champ talks about AJ and how he thinks he is one of the best receivers in the league.   “There are a lot of guys that see the ball go up, but they don’t know how to get it,” Bailey said. “He’s probably the best in the game at going up and getting it.”   AJ does have the ability to focus on the all regardless of coverage and make a play. I hope he can make a few on Sunday to keep the Bengals in this game.   WhoDey
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