Tennessee Titans vs Cincinnati Bengals: Live Stream, Preview, Updates


Falcons vs BengalsThe Cincinnati Bengals will host the Tennessee Titans on Sunday looking to go 3-0 on the 2014 season. Cincinnati brings the AFC’s top-ranked offense at 426 yards to the game with quarterback Andy don’t throw in for 553 yards and two touchdowns. Dalton has yet to throw an interception or get sacked.

“We feel confident in whoever we are,” left tackle Andrew Whitworth said. “It’s the effort, it’s the attitude, it’s the intangibles and we feel like there’s not a phase of the game we can’t do if we play that way.”

The Bengals may be without AJ Green and are already thin at tight end. Greene did not practice on Wednesday but feels like there is a chance he may play.

“It’s getting better,” Green said after getting treatment. “Anytime I’m not on the field, I feel like I’m letting my teammates down. Even though we came out with the win (last week), I still feel bad. But it’s something I can’t control. I’m just trying my best to get back.”

Tight end Alex Smith hurt his left biceps last weekend and is out for the season. The Bengals are already missing tight end Tyler Eifert, who will sit out at least the first eight games with an elbow injury. Undrafted rookie Ryan Hewitt is now the primary player to provide depth behind starter Jermaine Gresham.

For the time Jake Locker will start at quarterback. Locker was 18 and 34 for 234 yards and two interceptions in a loss to Dallas last week.

First-year coach Ken Whisenhunt insisted he is not concerned about Locker, who has been sacked six times.

“I’ve worked with some of the better quarterbacks in the league, and they have games no different than Jake had (against the Cowboys),” he said. “I think we’re looking at one game over maybe a skill set.”

Will take the Bengals and that high-powered offense

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