Found December 11, 2011 on WhoDeyFans:
Here are the inactive lists for today’s game: Texans – WR Andre Johnson, QB Jeff Garcia, CB Brandon Harris, OG Thomas Austin, OT Andrew Gardner, TE Garrett Graham, and DE Tim Bulman Bengals – LB Dontay Moch, S Robert Sands, RB Brian Leonard, OL Clint Boling, RT Andre Smith, WR Ryan Whalen, and DE Carlos [...]

Marvin Lewis believes Sunday’s game against Houston his biggest game yet

The Cincinnati Bengals find themselves in a four-way tie for the final AFC wildcard spot. At 7-5 Lewis the Bengals would be hard pressed to lose Sunday against the Houston Texas and make the playoffs His 7-5 Bengals are in a four-way tie for the final AFC wildcard spot “This is the most important game we have played in December I would say,” Lewis told The Cincinnati Enquirer via...

Bengals Can't Take Down Texans

The Bengals couldn't take down the Texans at Paul Brown Stadium, as the nose-diving AFC North club lost 20-19. Fantasy Spin: Quarterback Andy Dalton failed to impress against an imposing defense, as he completed 16 of 28 passes for just 189 yards, with one touchdown and no interceptions. Running back Cedric Benson bruised his way to 91 yards on 21 carries, while rookie receiver...

Game chat: Bengals vs. Texans

Marvin Lewis calls today’s home game against the Houston Texans the most important game of his nine-year tenure because of how it can serve as a springboard for the Bengals. The game is blacked out, so come chat with us. We’ll have live updates and analysis while the game is going on. You can also follow Joe Reedy on Twitter and look at our live box scores page. Game chat: Bengals vs. Texans

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Texans clinch first playoff berth by rallying past Bengals

T.J. Yates threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Walter with two seconds left as the visiting Houston Texans clinched their first playoff berth in franchise history with a 20-19 victory over the stunned Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Houston got the ball at its own 20 with 2:33 left before Yates and the Texans unleashed a 13-play drive to complete a comeback from a 16-3 halftime...

Week 14 Match-up: Texans and Bengals

Football is a desperate game, played by desperate men, and right now the Bengals are as desperate as any team in the league. Following an improbable 6-2 start for a team many pundits said would be the worst in the league (for the record Vegas had their over/under win total at 4 ½ in the preseason) the Bengals have dropped three of the last four, and are in survival mode for a coveted...

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