Morning Bites: Previews and Spreads, 9/21

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Taking a look at stories about the Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL around the internet.

Ex-USC teammates Maualuga, Matthews meet again
Four years ago when Rey Maualuga and Clay Matthews Jr. faced each other as rookies, both were trying to make a name for themselves.

Packers-Bengals Preview
Go inside the Packers-Bengals matchup with a look at some key facts and figures for Sunday's game, including broadcast information, injury news, game notes, coaching history, weather information, a look inside the numbers, and a summary of the Game Day Entertaiment.

Double Coverage: Green Bay Packers at Cincinnati Bengals
As the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals enter the third week of the season, both teams are looking to capitalize off Week 2 victories.

Bengals have to bring down Packers' WRs
CINCINNATI -- Mike Zimmer has made it a habit in recent years to hand out to his defenders a pair of orange shorts that feature a common logo. The ges

Hunt might get chance to see field
With Robert Geathers on injured reserve, Margus Hunt's chances of being active on game days have increased.

NFL Week 3 preview: Baltimore Ravens-Houston Texans, other games
Chris Burke and Doug Farrar get you ready for the weekend with The Playbook, a detailed weekly preview that gives you everything you need to know about the upcoming slate of games. Main Events Houston (2-0) at Baltimore (1-0) -- 1 p.m.

The weekly NFL spread picks – Either the Bengals or Packers will be 1-2 after Sunday
From Yahoo Sports: Many people had either the Bengals or Packers in their Super Bowl pick, and it's still possible both teams make it. The road will be tougher for whoever loses on Sunday, however.

Week 3 Game Rankings: Packers-Bengals tops list of prove-it games
La Canfora: Are the Dolphins for real? Can the Bengals live up to the preseason hype? We find out this week in a week stocked with prove-it showdowns.

Fantasy Insider: Week 3
Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden said Thursday he envisioned a 50-50 timeshare in his backfield "sooner than later," and Giovani Bernard has already shown that he can get the most out of limited opportunities.

NFL Week 3 preview: Baltimore Ravens-Houston Texans, other games
Chris Burke and Doug Farrar get you ready for the weekend with The Playbook, a detailed weekly preview that gives you everything you need to know about the upcoming slate of games. Main Events Houston (2-0) at Baltimore (1-0) -- 1 p.m.

Ian Williams injury further proof NFL has to start protecting linemen
It was on display for the entire nation to see. One of the biggest continued injustices in the NFL. With eight minutes left in the first quarter of the Seahawks’ victory over the 49ers, Seattle ran a toss sweep to the left with Marshawn Lynch for two yards.

Vikings' Kevin Williams slated for record 158th start
Sure Williams has played through his share of nagging injuries, but he's nearly always answered the call on game days. His secret? "I don't know, maybe being breast fed helps a lot," Williams said Friday. "Getting the best nutrients you can get. I don't know, just being blessed, no injuries and I can knock on wood, I've been able to do it. I guess the good Lord is going to account to that."

Teens trash home of ex-NFL player, teens parents threaten player
Over 300 teenagers trashed the vacation home of former NFL offensive lineman Brian Holloway over Labor Day weekend. Damage to the home has been estimated at $20,000

Seven for Sunday: Eight teams look to avoid point of no return
No team has ever come back from an 0-3 start to win. Eight clubs are trying to avoid going down that road, but only two will get it done.

Foster: "I was getting money on the side"
"I don't know if this will throw us into an NCAA investigation -- my senior year, I was getting money on the side. I really didn't have any money. I had to either pay the rent or buy some food. I remember the feeling of like, 'Man, be careful.' But there's nothing wrong with it. And you're not going to convince me that there is something wrong with it." -- Arian Foster, on taking money while at Tennessee.

Holmgren rips Browns for Richardson trade, says he would have quit
Mike Holmgren says he would've quit -- or the Browns would've had to 'fire me' -- if he was coaching when the team decided to trade Trent Richardson.

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