JJ Watt says his finger is 'pretty messed up'

Houston Texans wide receiver De Andre Hopkins bobbles a pass as Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback A.J. Bouye defends the play during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday Sept. 10 2017 in Houston

"As a coordinator, two of the most important things that you have to do is to get the quarterback in rhythm and get the running back in rhythm", Lazor said when asked about Dalton.

The teams would trade punts throughout the rest of the game until a little under two minutes to go. I think the familiar surroundings will do the Bengals some good here so I'll take Cincinnati to cover.

This choice worked so well in Week 1 that I chose to go with Bradford again.

History is on his side.

Cincinnati allowed Andy Dalton to be trapped five times in its 20-0 loss to Baltimore, half as much as Houston yielded in its 29-7 loss to Jacksonville. Seconds after Bodine was able to finally bring in Dalton's pass, Watt clobbered the helpless lineman. The hosts will start with a 64.5 percent chance to win the game with Houston at 35.2 percent to make it three straight wins over its fellow AFC rivals. He's thrown three touchdowns and seven interceptions.

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As if falling to a quarterback making his first career start weren't dejecting enough, Cincinnati's offensive struggles have landed it in the National Football League history books. "I mean, this kid's going to get better and better and better the more he plays". Here's the latest Texans vs. Bengals game recap including top performers, stats, standings, and what's next for the teams. Savage was sacked six times and hit often. Texans fans may be excited to see their potential quarterback of the future already on the field, but Houston is playing a risky game rolling the dice with Watson so soon. "You have your best player out there you want him to be a focal point. That's intimidating for a young quarterback because he's got to be sitting back like, 'Man, those guys know what's going on"'.

Some good news for the Bengals was that at least their defense had a strong game.

Joseph injured his right shoulder and Johnson went down with a left knee injury. "Just show it to me". Of course, only one can actually win the game. The game ended with a last ditch effort to score.

Other than Watson's stand-out moment, it was only the kickers that got on the scoresheet, Randy Bullock's three efforts giving the Bengals their first points of the season while the game was bookended by Kai Fairbairn's 26 and 42-yard efforts in the first and fourth quarter.

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