NFL Week 3 Primer: Cincinnati Bengals (2-0) vs. Carolina

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NFL Week 3 Primer: Cincinnati Bengals (2-0) vs. Carolina

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The state of North Carolina is going through a lot right now with Hurricane Florence Youth Alex Redmond Jersey , but nonetheless, the Bengals will be traveling to Charlotte to take the Panthers this Sunday.With a 2-0 record, this game is a chance for Cincinnati to get some breathing room against the rest of the AFC North. Meanwhile, the Panthers are coming off a loss to the Bengals’ next opponent in Atlanta, and are looking to keep pace with the rest of the NFC South.The NFL has seen two ties so far this season, and interestingly enough, the last time these two teams met back in 2014 it resulted in a tie. In the previous matchup before that, the Bengals won at Carolina in a Week 3 game to go to 2-1 to begin the 2010 season. It was their last win until December 19th of that season. Hopefully, the Bengals keep their hot streak going this week and win another game much sooner this time around.Everything you need to know for when the Bengals take on the Panthers:Game: Cincinnati Bengals (2-0) at Carolina Panthers (1-1)Date/Time: Sep. 23rd, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. EST Location: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NCStreaming: Fubo TVSeries Leader: Series tied at 2-2-1Streak: The Bengals have won two of the last three.Coaches vs. Opponent: Marvin Lewis: (2-0-1) vs. Ron Rivera (0-0-1)TV Broadcast: The game will air on CBS-TV. In the Bengals’ home region, it will be carried by WKRC-TV (Ch. 12) in Cincinnati, WHIO-TV (Ch. 7) in Dayton and on WKYT-TV (Ch. 27) in Lexington. Broadcasters are Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Rich Gannon (analyst) and Steve Tasker (sideline reporter). Radio Broadcast: The game will air on the Bengals Radio Network, led by Cincinnati flagship stations WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530; all sports) and WEBN-FM (102.7). Broadcasters are Dan Hoard (play-by-play) and Dave Lapham (analyst). The game also will air nationally on the Sports USA radio network. Broadcasters are Larry Kahn (play-by-play) and John Robinson (analyst) SB Nation Panthers site: Cat Scratch ReaderWeather: Mid 70’s, partly cloudy [NFL weather]Odds: Panthers , -3 [Odds Shark]Cincinnati BengalsAndy Dalton passed for 265 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 107.7 rating last week. He aims for his third game in a row with a passer rating over 100. In his only career games against the Panthers (10/12/14), Dalton completed 33 of 43 (76.7 percent) for 323 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for a 93.5 passer rating. He has 10 touchdowns and only three interceptions for a 91.3 rating in the past five games on the road. Dalton ranks third in the AFC with a 108.5 rating. Giovani Bernard had a career-high 137 rush yards, including an 89-yard rushing touchdown in his last meeting with the Panthers. He has over 130 scrimmage yards in two of his past three games against the NFC and is looking for his third game in a row with a touchdown against the NFC. Since entering the league in 2013, Bernard ranks third among active running backs with 235 catches.A.J. Green had a career-high three touchdowns in Week 2. He became the first Bengal with three receiving touchdowns in the first half of a single game since Marvin Jones Jr. (10/27/13 vs. the Jets). He has three touchdown catches in his past five games on the road. Green leads the NFL with four touchdown catches. Tyler Boyd tied a career-high with 91 receiving yards and a touchdown last week. He has over 90 receiving yards and a touchdown catch in two of his past three games. Geno Atkins had two sacks last week, making it his 10th-career multi-sack game. He has three sacks in his past two games. Atkins has six sacks in his past six games on the road against the NFC. Carlos Dunlap had three pass defenses last week. Since 2016, he leads all NFL defensive linemen with 26 passes defended. Shawn Williams had eight tackles, a sack, an interception and a forced fumble last week. He is one of six NFL safeties since 1994 with at least eight tackles, a sack, an interception and a forced fumble in a single game. Rookie Sam Hubbard had his first-career sack and two tackles for a loss last week. Rookie Jessie Bates III had his first-career interception in Week 2. Carolina PanthersCam Newton passed for 335 yards with three touchdowns and an interception with a passer rating of 105.3 in Week 2. He had 284 pass yards with two passing touchdowns and rushed for 107 yards with rushing touchdown in his last meeting against the Bengals. In his past three against the AFC, Newton is 3-0 with seven passing touchdowns and an interception for a 105.3 passer rating and added two rushing touchdowns. Running back Christian McCaffrey had a career-high 139 scrimmage yards (102 receiving and 37 rushing) last week. He had 14 catches in Week 2, tied for most by Panther (Steve Smith, 14 in 2005) in a single game in franchise history. He has 100 receptions since 2017, which is the most by an NFL running back. He has five touchdowns (three receiving and two rushing) in his past seven at home. Wide receiver Devin Funchess has 19 receptions for 270 yards (90 per game) and four touchdowns in his past three games against the AFC. Torrey Smith had a touchdown catch in Week 2, his first touchdown with the Panthers. Jarius Wright had a touchdown catch in 12/22/13 meeting (with the Vikings). He had 62 receiving yards and a touchdown last week. Rookie D.J. Moore had a 51-yard receiving touchdown in Week 2, his first career touchdown.Linebacker Luke Kuechly led the team with eight tackles last week. he had 13 tackles in his last meeting with Cincinnati. Kuechly in his past four at home against the AFC, has two forced fumbles, two interceptions and five passes defended. Since entering the league in 2012 Ryan Glasgow Jersey , he leads the NFL with 839 tackles. Rookie cornerback Donte Jackson had his first-career forced fumble and interception in Week 2. Defensive end Mario Addison has 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in his past four at home. He has three sacks and a safety in his past four at home against the AFC. Defensive tackle Kawann Short has 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in his past four. He has 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble in his past two at home.Bengals Bytes (9/3): Players the Bengals should keep an eye on after cuts Mike Johnson says he's back with BengalsThe Bengals have to make a corresponding move and figure to do it before Monday afternoon’s practice as they prep for next Sunday’s opener (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) in Indianapolis. The opener against the Colts marks Johnson’s defense-leading 127thBengals’ game, tying him with Super Bowl right end Ross Browner and leaving him behind only nose tackles Tim Krumrie (188) and Domata Peko (171) and ends Eddie Edwards (170) and Robert Geathers (152) for games played on the franchise’s defensive line.Andrew Brown, Russell Signed to Practice SquadThe Bengals brought back two cornerbacks when they formed their practice squad Sunday after KeiVarae Russell and C.J. Goodwin cleared waivers. They also were able to sign up one of the two draft picks they cut in fifth-round defensive tackle Andrew Brown, as well as one of their more impressive rookies in undrafted linebacker Chris Worley.Bengals sign ex-Jets QB Christian Hackenberg to practice squadHackenberg’s only appearance with the Eagles came in Week 4 of the preseason against the Jets and he stunk it up. He threw two interceptions and fumbled once.Cincinnati Bengals: 5 takeaways from cutdown dayThe Cincinnati Bengals made some surprise moves on Saturday in trying to get their roster down to the 53-man limit set by the league. The release of 10th-year defensive end Michael Johnson was one of them, as the Bengals decided to go with only eight up front instead of the usual nine or 10 for a 4-3 defense.NFL cuts Bengals should consider before regular season beginsThe Cincinnati Bengals like where they are at right now. After making the cut to 53, the team didn’t claim any players on waivers and didn’t lose any to the wire either, formulating the practice squad of their choice.Random BytesNFL Power Rankings: B/R's Expert Consensus Rank for Every Team Entering Week 1Thursday night, the Atlanta Falcons begin their quest to become the first team in the Super Bowl era to play in a "home" Super Bowl. The Philadelphia Eagles start theirs to become the first team in over a decade to repeat as champions.Gurley, Rams happy they won't have to face Mack in Raiders matchupGurley and the Rams, rejoicing over the return of Aaron Donald, are preparing for a Raiders team trying to move past the trade that sent star edge-rushing linebacker Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears.Paxton Lynch Cut by Broncos After Kevin Hogan Waiver ClaimThe Denver Broncos released quarterback and 2016 first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch on Sunday after just two seasons with the team. The Broncos confirmed Lynch's departure, noting they were awarded Kevin Hogan on waivers. Nicki Jhabvala鈥?of The Athletic and Field Yates of ESPN first reported the respective moves.Jon Gruden: Khalil Mack Trade Will Be 2nd-Guessed 'Until the Cows Come Home'The coach noted the deal was forced after the contract standoff with Mack holding out throughout training camp. The defensive end agreed to a six-year, $141 million extension with the Chicago Bears shortly after Sunday's trade, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.Robert Griffin III Reportedly to Be Ravens' Backup QB Ahead of Lamar JacksonGriffin enjoyed a more efficient preseason compared to Jackson. He finished 27-of-41 for 243 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, while Jackson was 34-of-68 for 408 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.
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