In case you missed it, the Kansas City Chiefs visited the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 4 of the 2015 NFL Season.
Quarterback Andy Dalton put on another clinic Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium when he hit his 10 first passes, generated seven completions of at least 20 yards, and set up three rushing touchdowns by running back Jeremy Hill as the Bengals soared to 4-0 for the first time in 10 years with a 36-21 victory over the Chiefs before 57,948 of the faithful.
Bengals vs Chiefs: Winners and Losers
We take an immediate look at the Bengals' biggest winners and losers following Cincinnati's 36-21 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Who shined? Who needs more work? Well, the Bengals are 4-0 so everything is subjective. Let's take a look.
Former Oklahoma and Cincinnati Bengals great Rickey Dixon battling ALS
Rickey Dixon played defensive back for the Oklahoma Sooners and Cincinnati Bengals. He never was the biggest player, and his ability offset his size and weight. Now, Dixon is in another fight. ALS has left him at 130 pounds and the Sooner Nation has rallied around the former All-American, who was the fifth pick in the 1988 NFL Draft.
Jeremy Hill powers Bengals to victory
It was clear on Thursday that Jeremy Hill had grown tired of hearing from fantasy owners who were upset about his lack of production. In the day of social media and finger-tip access to athletes, his Twitter account was getting slammed. That's why it was noteworthy on Thursday when Hill brought up, unprovoked, his rather tenuous connection to fantasy football this season, while expressing displeasure in his own early-season performance.
Andy Dalton sharp again as Cincinnati Bengals stay unbeaten
At an initial glance, and without the benefit of film review, here's a look at Cincinnati Bengals players who were "up" and those who were "down" in Sunday's 36-21 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Behind Enemy Lines
Alex Smith, Chiefs can't handle the pressure
The word is out on how to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs: Pressure them. Quarterback Alex Smith and his offensive teammates don’t handle it very well. That inability to take the heat manifested itself in a different way Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Chiefs couldn’t get a touchdown.
Chiefs-Bengals final score: Andy Dalton throws TDs, Cairo Santos kicks FGs in 36-21 Cincinnati win
The Chiefs lost to the Bengals, 36-21, and in case you forgot, Touchdowns are worth more than field goals
Kansas City Chiefs receiver Jeremy Maclin continues to build chemistry
Jeremy Maclin delivered a big first half for the Kansas City Chiefs, but they still trailed the Cincinnati Bengals, 14-12, at halftime on Sunday. Maclin caught seven passes for 97 yards, but the Chiefs failed to score a touchdown in the half. They instead settled for four field goals from Cairo Santos, the final one coming from 34 yards with four seconds left in the half. He also made kicks from 22, 40 and 51 yards.
Week 4 game balls: Chris Ivory, Josh Norman, Pierre Garcon, Jay Cutler among Sunday's stars
Each week NFL Nation team reporters award a game ball to a player, coach or unit. Here are the game balls for Week 4
St. Louis Rams' stingy defense, opportunistic offense do enough to knock off Cards
After an interception slipped through cornerback Trumaine Johnson's hands and a fumble lay on the turf only to have a Cardinal fall on it, the St. Louis Rams' defense looked like it would come one play short of knocking off the Arizona Cardinals.
Week 4 fantasy winners and losers: Devonta Freeman impresses again, Arian Foster falls flat
Here's who turned in strong fantasy performances in Week 4 -- and who left fantasy owners wanting more.