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    The Kansas City Chiefs (1-2)



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    The Cincinnati Bengals (3-0)



    Sunday, October 4, 12:00pm CT
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    Paul Brown Stadium


    Cincinnati, Ohio



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    Weather forecast: 67 degrees farenheit, partly cloudy 8 mph ENE winds

    Line: Bengals (-3.5), Over/Under: 45
    Trends:
    The Chiefs are 1-1 on the road
    The Chiefs are 1-2 ATS
    The Chiefs are 1-1 away ATS
    The Chiefs 0-1 ATS as an underdog

    The Bengals are 1-0 at home
    The Bengals are 3-0 ATS
    The Bengals are 1-0 at home ATS
    The Bengals are 2-0 ATS as favorite

    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:
    "It looked like they outplayed us, it looked like they outcoached us, and I feel like (Green Bay) came out with a lot of energy -- we didn't come out with a lot of energy," -- Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles

    Bengals: "Reaching for the goal line, if you haven't completed the catch, you're not a runner yet. So that's what they deemed: he wasn't a runner yet. He has to hold onto the football." -- Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis on Tyler Eiferts TD catch that was ruled incomplete after review

    Injury Report:
    Chiefs:

    QUESTIONABLE:
    Albert Wilson WR Shoulder

    PROBABLE:
    Jason Avant WR Knee
    Christian Conley WR Shoulder
    Jamell Fleming CB Hip
    Joshua Mauga LB Achilles
    Albert Wilson WR Shoulder


    Bengals:
    DOUBTFUL:
    George Iloka S Ankle

    QUESTIONABLE:
    Marcus Hardison DT Knee
    Adam Jones CB Elbow

    PROBABLE:
    D'Andre Kirkpatrick CB Shoulder
    Patrick Sims DT Hip
    Andre Smith T Hip
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    Game Preview from ESPN.com:

    The early-season vibes for the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs are almost as different as their records.

    While the Bengals have risen to the top of the North as one of the AFC's three unbeaten teams, the Chiefs have drifted to the bottom of the West heading into what's looking like a critical Week 4 contest for Kansas City on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

    "The way we're clicking right now, it would be naive not to think that this is really a great opportunity for us to escalate in our division and within the AFC," Bengals receiver Marvin Jones said. "It's important to note that, keeping a mindset we're in this play-by-play, game-by-game. But you obviously see the big picture and right now, it's in our favor."


    Cincinnati joins New England and Denver atop the AFC with 3-0 records, a mark that's yielded a 75 percent chance to reach the postseason since 1990. The Bengals are trying to go 4-0 for the first time since 2005.


    With Pittsburgh missing quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for the next four to six weeks, Cleveland engulfed in another quarterback controversy and Baltimore struggling early, Cincinnati's prospects of its second division title in three seasons look promising early.


    For the Bengals, though, 3-0 means little. They won their first three last season en route to a 10-5-1 finish, but lost their fourth consecutive wild-card game.


    "It just reminds me of last year when we were 3-0, then we kind of blew it," running back Jeremy Hill said. "We're not content with what we have right now. We have to keep on pounding and keep on working."


    Andy Dalton
    played a big part in each of Cincinnati's first-round playoff exits but has enjoyed the best start of his career. The fifth-year quarterback has completed 66.3 percent of his passes for 866 yards with eight touchdowns, one interception and a passer rating of 121.0. He threw for 383 yards and three TDs in last Sunday's 28-24 win at Baltimore, 227 and two of which went to A.J. Green.


    That was a career high and the second-best receiving day in franchise history for Green, who will pose a problem for a Kansas City secondary that has been in a state of flux. Top cornerback Sean Smith will return after serving a three-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, but Phillip Gaines tore his ACL against the Packers and will miss the rest of the season.


    The Chiefs (1-2) have surrendered 861 passing yards and a NFL-high 10 touchdowns -- half of which came off the arm of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay's 38-28 win Monday night.


    "We have a good team," linebacker Derrick Johnson told the team's official website, "but the roster's not going to win games for us. We have to go back and look in the mirror.


    "This is the NFL, so the veteran guys like myself will make sure the young guys will be ready for this next game coming up. It doesn't get any easier, but if we want to do anything great, we have to go through a little adversity."


    Kansas City did end a streak of 18 games without a wide receiver catching a touchdown when Alex Smith and Jeremy Maclin hooked up for a 5-yard score in the third quarter. But that did little to ease the pain of a game that included 448 yards of total offense from Green Bay.


    Perhaps the Chiefs' biggest concern is an inability to keep their offense on the field. Kansas City has converted just 5 of 30 (16.7 percent) third-down opportunities, easily the worst mark in the league.


    "I'm very confident in this group, but I think it's important we take care of a few things," coach Andy Reid said. "We can talk about it all we want to talk about it, but you've got to do it. That's what is real. That's why I'm not into talking about it. (I'm) more into getting on with Cincinnati and get rolling."


    Getting more consistent quarterback play would help. Smith threw two interceptions in Week 2 against Denver and completed just 2 of 7 passes for 39 yards in the first half against Green Bay. He's also been sacked 11 times in the last two games.


    The Bengals have won the last three meetings in this series, and the Chiefs have lost all four trips to Cincinnati since last winning there in 1984.
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    Scouting Report from the Kansas City Star:

    BY TEREZ A. PAYLOR
    tpaylor@kcstar.com


    When the Chiefs run

    EDGE >>BENGALS

    For all the struggles the of their offensive line this season, the Chiefs’ ground game has been serviceable the last two weeks with Jamaal Charles. But the line will be tested against the Bengals’ physical defense, which is led by tackles Geno Atkins and Domata Peko and inside linebacker Rey Maualuga. Atkins disrupts the run or pass with his quickness, while Peko and Maualuga bring attitude, aggression and strength against the run. But the Chiefs would be wise to see if they can at least soften the Bengals on the ground.

    Chiefs’ top rusher No. Yds. Avg. TD
    Jamaal Charles 48 231 4.8 4

    When the Chiefs pass


    EDGE >> CHIEFS

    Quarterback Alex Smith has taken a beating as the Chiefs have yielded 14 sacks, the most in the NFL. Stunts and blitzes remain a problem up front, and the passing game needs to be more dynamic. The Chiefs had some success out of their three-wide, two-minute offense late in the Green Bay game, however, and would be wise to go to that early if the Bengals blitz. The Bengals seem to play it fairly straight on first and second down, but will mix in some D-line stunts and save their more exotic blitzes for obvious passing situations. Carlos Dunlap (2 1/2 sacks) and Michael Johnson are long, athletic defensive ends, while Atkins (two sacks) is finding his stride after a torn ACL in 2013. He was the game’s premier pass-rushing defensive tackle (12 1/2 sacks in 2012). He likes to try spin moves. Former Chiefs defensive end Wallace Gilberry pinch-hits for the limited Peko in some pass-rush situations, and Cincinnati likes to keep guys fresh, as seven defensive linemen logged snaps. The Bengals’ defense is experienced and features several players who know the system inside and out. They have recorded three interceptions and six sacks this season, but the Chiefs have enough weapons (Charles, tight end Travis Kelce, receiver Jeremy Maclin) to move the ball if the gameplan and pass protection are on point.

    Chiefs’ top QB C A Yds. TD-I
    Alex Smith 62 98 724 4-3
    Chiefs’ top WR No. Yds. Avg. TD
    Jeremy Maclin 17 250 14.7 1

    When the Bengals run


    EDGE >>BENGALS

    The Bengals are not shy about running the ball up the middle. They have the tools to do it in Gio Bernard and Jeremy Hill. Bernard (5 feet 9, 205 pounds) is the dash to Hill’s smash. He features quick feet and is solid in the passing game, while Hill (6-1, 235) is the bruiser with surprising quickness. Left tackle Andrew Whitworth and left guard Clint Boling make for an outstanding combo, but the Chiefs’ strong interior line — led by an emerging star in nose tackle Jaye Howard — should be disruptive. Look for Cincinnati to run the ball out of a lot of three-wide sets, just like Green Bay. This may force the Chiefs to defend the run with one fewer interior lineman, which they struggled to do against the Packers. The Bengals also like to bring in a sixth lineman (tackle Jake Fisher)
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    Bengals’ top rusher No. Yds. Avg. TD
    Gio Bernard 41 235 5.7

    When the Bengals pass


    EDGE >>BENGALS

    Quarterback Andy Dalton is in the midst of a career year. His rating of 121.0 is second in the league to Aaron Rodgers. Dalton is difficult to sack — he’s only gone down twice this season, the second-lowest total in the league — but he has been hit 20 times. Dalton will throw downfield and attempt to make difficult throws. His accuracy on those throws waver, but when given adequate time, he connects enough. He’s helped by receivers A.J. Green and Marvin Jones, who can make tough, contested catches. Green is a matchup nightmare who caught 10 passes for 227 yards and two touchdowns against the Ravens last week. His combination of speed, ball skills and length (6-4, 218) is rare. Though the Bengals mix in some power sets, they also use some no-huddle and a ton of three-wide sets that feature No. 3 receiver Mohamed Sanu (only has five catches this year) and tight end Tyler Eifert, who has three touchdowns and is a red-zone threat. Eifert is so athletic the Bengals will even sprinkle-in Travis Kelce-ish screen passes to him. Just like Green Bay and Denver, the Bengals will try to attack the Chiefs’ third corner, Jamell Fleming, Marcus Cooper or Tyvon Branch, so the Chiefs’ best hope is to get to Dalton, whose performance can become uneven under pressure. Justin Houston will help with that. He’ll be matched up against right tackle Andre Smith, who has a hip injury. The Chiefs have nine sacks and will need to hit Dalton to have a chance Sunday.

    Bengals’ top QB C A Yds. TD-I
    Andy Dalton 61 92 866 8-1
    Bengals’ top WR No. Yds. Avg. TD
    A.J. Green 18 335 18.6 3

    Special teams


    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    At kicker, Mike Nugent and Cairo Santos are both three for four on field goals, but Nugent has missed an extra point. At punter, Dustin Colquitt has eight punts inside the 20 compared to Kevin Huber’s four. The Chiefs have a superior average on kick returns — more touchbacks — while the Bengals are better on punt returns. The Bengals are better at covering kickoffs while the Chiefs are better at covering punts (the Bengals, by the way, surrendered a fake punt against the Ravens).

    Coaching


    EDGE >> BENGALS
    Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is in his 13th season in Cincinnati, making him the second-longest tenured coach behind New England’s Bill Belichick. The heat is on Lewis to win a playoff game — he’s 0-6 — but what he’s done for the Bengals is nothing short of a miracle. He’s turned a perennial laughingstock into a perennial playoff team, as Cincinnati has made the postseason each of the last four years. His offensive coordinator, Hue Jackson, is respected around the league, while his defensive coordinator, Paul Guenther, is a former linebackers coach who was promoted after attracting some interest from other teams. It’s a solid staff, and Lewis’ program has turned the Bengals into the consistent winner the Chiefs hope to be.

    X-factor


    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    The Chiefs will be desperate after embarrassing primetime losses to Green Bay and Denver. They are staring at a 1-3 start with only two of their next seven games at Arrowhead Stadium. If this team has some fight, they’ll come back and put forth a good effort against a good Bengals team.

    Bottom line: Bengals 27-23


    The Bengals proved their mental fortitude by beating a desperate Baltimore team Sunday. The Chiefs are going to have to match their toughness and come out with a purpose if they hope to win on the road. The safe bet is that they play better than they did against Green Bay, but come up a bit short.
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