Bengals Vs. Titans: Cincinnati Wins Fifth Straight, 24-17

The Cincinnati Bengals keep on winning. This week, the Bengals downed the Titans, 24-17.

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Nate Washington Injury Update: Titans WR Dealing With Hip Bruise

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington left Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth quarter with what was originally described as a hip pointer, but is now being described as a simple hip bruise. Washington is expected to play in week ten against the Carolina Panthers. Washington reportedly suffered the initial injury in the first quarter, but aggravated it late in the fourth quarter when he fell on the hip during the final two-minute drill.

Over the first month and a half of the season Nate Washington emerged as the primary playmaker for the Titans offense. Since Kenny Britt went down for the season, Washington has been solid as the team's number one receiver. The last few weeks he has struggled a bit, collecting no more than 34 receiving yards in a game. If he is good to go for this Sunday he will be looking to regain some of that momentum moving forward.

For more on the Titans, check out Music City Miracles. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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A.J. Green Fantasy Stats: Andy Dalton Threw Trio Of Touchdowns, But None To Fellow Rookie

A.J. Green is definitely one of quarterback Andy Dalton's favorite targets, but that didn't mean much for the Cincinnati Bengals' fantasy owners on Sunday. Green, a rookie as well, was held out of the end zone against the Tennessee Titans after recording a touchdown in the team's previous three outings.

Green led the team with seven receptions for 83 yards, which is certainly solid, but Dalton's three touchdown passes went to Jerome Simpson, Andre Caldwell and tight end Colin Cochart.

Green had 516 receiving yard on the season with 5 receiving touchdowns entering Week 9. Green was averaging 74 yards receiving per game.

Green was ranked as the 11th ranked wide receiver according to Yahoo! heading into his match up with the Tennessee Titans who rank 17th against the pass, giving up 235 passing yards per game.

For more on the Cincinnati Bengals and A.J. Green, visit SB Nation's Bengals blog Cincy Jungle. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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NFL Scores Week 9, Bengals Vs. Titans: Andy Dalton Leads Cincinnati To Sixth Win, 24-17

Andy Dalton just keeps winning. The rookie led another Cincinnati comeback that boosted the Bengals to their sixth victory of 2011.

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Bengals Vs. Titans: TV Schedule, Game Time Announcers And More

The Cincinnati Bengals and Tennessee Titans face off in Week 9 of the NFL season in a surprisingly important clash with playoff implications

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Sebastian Janikowski Status Update: Raiders Kicker Expected To Play

The Oakland Raiders should be with their kicked Sebastian Janikowski on Sunday as they play the Denver Broncos. Janikowski missed the game against the Kansas City Chiefs prior to the Raiders bye week because of his hamstring. The Raiders have had kicker Dave Rayner on speed dial in case Janikowski was not able to play, but he tested out his leg on Saturday and everything looks good to go.

The Broncos actually give up the most fantasy points to opposing kickers, so if you're worried about playing Janikowski, don't be. The Raiders will be without Darren McFadden and their passing game is still iffy with the uncertainty at quarterback. Janikowski should have plenty of field goal chances against the Broncos defense.

For more on Sebastian Janikowski and the Oakland Raiders, visit SB Nation's Raiders blog Silver and Black Pride. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Darren McFadden Injury Update: Raiders RB Out Vs. Broncos

The Oakland Raiders will be without starting running back Darren McFadden when they take on the Denver Broncos. McFadden was officially ruled out, as he's still dealing with a foot injury. The Raiders could use McFadden's explosive running ability against the Broncos while Carson Palmer is still settling back into playing football.

In place of McFadden, the Raiders will start Michael Bush. Bush hasn't exactly been the epitome of health, so expect rookie running back Taiwan Jones to also get some touches in the game. Jones will likely play on passing downs with Bush getting most of the short yardage and goal line carries. If you need a spot starter and he's not being held on another team's bench, Bush should be a good play against the Broncos rush defense.

For more on Darren McFadden and the Oakland Raiders, visit SB Nation's Raiders blog Silver and Black Pride. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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NFL Picks And Predictions Week 9: Bengals Vs. Titans

The Cincinnati Bengals and Tennessee Titans match-up this weekend. It seems Chris Johnson will be the difference-maker, though it's not exactly clear if that will favor the home or away team.

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