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    October 9, 2019 6:22 PM PDT
    CARSON Cheap Trey Hopkins Jersey , Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Chargers are coming off a 16-point comeback victory at Pittsburgh and have a crucial AFC West showdown next week at Kansas City. Before Anthony Lynn’s team can turn attention toward the Chiefs, there is the matter of taking care of the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.The Chargers (9-3) are double-digit favorites against a Bengals squad that has dropped four straight and six of its last seven, but they are well aware of what can happen when they overlook an opponent. Denver, which had dropped five of six before facing Los Angeles on Nov. 18, rallied from a 12-point deficit to win 23-22.“It was an emotional game last week, nationally televised and all of that, but that’s behind us now. We have to lock in this week,” Lynn said.Los Angeles is closing in on its first playoff spot since 2013. Cincinnati (5-7) appeared to be in the postseason conversation early after winning four of its first five before the bottom fell out, largely due to injuries. Its only hope now is to win out and then get a lot of help.“You have to prepare for them like everybody else whether they’re in it or out of it,” Lynn said. “Their playoffs basically start this week. We have to be aware of that, the urgency that they’re going to play with and what they’re going to bring to the table.”The Chargers come in with plenty of momentum after last week’s 33-30 win at Pittsburgh, as they pulled off the largest road comeback against the Steelers. Philip Rivers has thrown two or more touchdown passes in every game this season and Keenan Allen has a TD catch in four straight games.The Bengals have been beset by injuries with QB Andy Dalton, WR A.J. Green, TE Tyler Eifert, DE Carl Lawson and LB Preston Lawson on injured reserve.“Last I looked, we’re not out of it. We’ve dug a huge hole and need a lot of things to work our way out, but maybe with everything else that’s gone against us Clayton Fejedelem Jersey Limited , maybe we get some things to break our way,” coach Marvin Lewis said.Things to watch as the Bengals and Chargers meet for the first time since 2015:DRISKEL’S SECOND CHANCEJeff Driskel’s first NFL start didn’t go so well. He took four sacks, threw an interception and lost a fumble during a 24-10 loss to the Broncos, his first game filling in while Andy Dalton recovers from surgery on his thumb. There were some problems getting everyone on the same page. He and offensive coordinator Bill Lazor are expecting things to be smoother the second time around.“His poise was fine,” Lazor said. “His communication was fine. There were a couple things in the huddle or at the line that weren’t great, but I’m not sure that it was him.”BACKFIELD BY COMMITTEE?With Melvin Gordon likely to miss his second straight game due to an MCL sprain to his right knee, the Chargers will go with the duo of Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson at running back. Ekeler was held to 21 yards on 13 carries, but Jackson came in during the second half and rushed for a season-best 64 yards with a touchdown.“Surely, he’ll be more involved early, but we didn’t run the ball as much in the first half last week. It just depends on how this game goes,” said Lynn about Jackson.The Bengals’ defense is ranked last against the run and has allowed over 200 yards in three of the past four games. Cincinnati is 0-3 since Lewis took over running the defense after coordinator Teryl Austin was fired on Nov. 12.TURN MIXON LOOSEWith receiver A.J. Green out for the rest of the season with an injured toe, the offense is leaning heavily on running back Joe Mixon, who is averaging a healthy 4.9 yards per carry. The problem is the Bengals have fallen so far behind in games that they’ve abandoned the run. During the four-game losing streak, Mixon has carried 11, 12, 14 and 12 times, leaving him wondering what he could do with more chances.“I’m definitely more than ready when the time comes William Jackson Jersey Limited ,” Mixon said. “Just have to stay patient. My time will be coming.”JAMES MAKING IMPACTChargers rookie safety Derwin James has picked off passes two straight weeks and made a couple big plays in coverage last week against the Steelers. The first-round pick has once again started to make his presence felt in coverage, making a big hit last week along the sideline on Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown which prevented him from getting both feet down inbounds.“He’s a guy that we want to make sure he is around the ball. He’s been consistent all year,” defensive coordinator Gus Bradley said. “His skill set is very unique and it is our job to position him to make plays.”James is the first rookie since Zach Brown in 2012 to have at least three interceptions and three sacks in a season.KEEP AN EYE ONChargers defensive end Joey Bosa, who missed the first nine games due to a foot injury, has three sacks since returning. Two of those came two weeks ago against Arizona, when he was matched up against Andre Smith, who was released following that game. Smith was signed by the Bengals, who drafted him in the first round in 2009, as injuries have wreaked havoc on the offensive line. The Bengals veterans are showing off their leadership skills by integrating the rookies and creating team chemistry." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesCincy Jungle homepageHorizontal - WhiteCincy Junglea Cincinnati Bengals communityFollow Cincy Jungle online:Follow Cincy Jungle on TwitterFollow Cincy Jungle on FacebookFollow Cincy Jungle on InstagramLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchCincy Jungle main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryBengalsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections #BITESIZEFilm RoomRoster Transactions and ContractsOrange & Black InsiderSalary Cap And CBABengals News (6/4): Veterans and rookies coming togetherNew,7commentsThe Bengals veterans are showing off their leadership skills by integrating the rookies and creating team chemistry.EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Bengals News (6/4): Veterans and rookies coming togetherTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by John Grieshop/Getty ImagesCome Together: Bengals Rookies, Veterans Get To Know Each OtherHelping the young players get acclimated to life in the NFL as quick as possible is a dynamic all 32 NFL teams face. With coaches consistently on the move, the draft and free agency, developing team chemistry and acclimating young players to the league can be more difficult than ever, especially without strong leadership.Dalton Foundation’s ‘Night to Pass it On’ Set for Friday, June 7The gala will include cocktails from Molly Wellmann, dinner, appearances by Bengals coach Zac Taylor and players Preston Brown Jersey , and both silent and live auctions. Former Bengals offensive lineman Dave Lapham will emcee the event. The after-party will feature music, games and cuisine from Red Feather.Around the AFC North: Andy Dalton Says Overlooked Bengals Will Have Potent OffenseDalton is playing for a coach other than Marvin Lewis for the first time. New Bengals Head Coach Zac Taylor is installing his offense, one that is similar to the Los Angeles Rams offense where Taylor was quarterbacks coach under Sean McVay.Andy Dalton learning a new offense in a new way“The easiest way to play your best is to not have to think out there, know exactly what you’re doing, and just react and play. I think with this system — that’s how you want to play in general — but how we have this thing established is very much like Sean was saying. You make easier on all the guys to make sure that you can play fast. But the way you do it makes it look different for the defense.”Rams' Whitworth looking for first playoff win in eighth tripSaturday’s divisional-round game against Dallas at the LA Memorial Coliseum will be the 13-year veteran’s eighth playoff appearance. The previous seven have been in the wild-card round and found his teams on the losing end. Whitworth injured his knee in the Dec. 30 regular-season finale against San Francisco, but says the week off allowed him to rest up and prepare for the Cowboys.Bengals grab Jerod Mayo instead of Keith Rivers in 2008 re-draftThis is especially interesting when it comes to the Cincinnati Bengals in recent years given some of their past drafts. Would the team still take Cedric Ogbuehi? John Ross?Bengals avoid Gerald McCoy in AFC North as star DT chooses PanthersMcCoy stays in the NFC South and at the same time shuns the AFC North, where he visited with the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns. The Cincinnati Bengals also had a rumored interest because coaches apparently wanted to pair him with Geno Atkins.Around the leagueBrady's age a factor in Adam Humphries' FA decisionTennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries found himself facing that very situation during free agency as one of the top wide receivers to hit the open market. Humphries, however, elected to sign a four-year deal in Tennessee after pondering a last-ditch effort from New England to land his services.Ndamukong Suh wearing No. 93, just like Gerald McCoyThroughout college and his pro career, Ndamukong Suh has donned a No. 93 jersey and that's not changing with the Bucs as the recently signed free agent is listed on the team roster with the number.Rams RB Todd Gurley won't be 'bell cow' going forwardThe Los Angeles Rams running back has been held out of on-field team practices during offseason workouts, instead taking part in a "planned training program." Gurley is also reportedly trying to shed half a dozen pounds down to 218 in an attempt to lighten the load on a knee that held him back down the stretch of last season.Roger Goodell repeats stance to shorten preseasonAccording to Wawrow, Goodell drew on discussions he had with coaches around the league before concluding the current span of preseason games is not required to evaluate players before the start of the regular season.Darius Slay 'ain't going' to Lions' mandatory minicampSlay, 28, has two seasons left on a four-year extension signed with the Lions in 2016. The All-Pro cornerback is set to make over $13 million in 2019 and $10.5 million in 2020, per Spotrac.