As Bengals' offense stalled, boo birds came out
It was with about 11 minutes left in Monday night's game when the Paul Brown Stadium faithful began getting a little restless. Boos from Cincinnati Bengals fans started ringing out as quarterback Andy Dalton struggled to move the offense. A three-and-out, the product of a pair of incomplete passes, brought the chorus of disapproval. It was after Dalton's errant third-down pass to running back Giovani Bernard that fans became most restless.
Texans knock Bengals from unbeaten ranks with 10-6 win in Cincinnati
Quintin Demps punched the ball free from the grasp of A.J. Green and Kevin Johnson recovered to hand the Cincinnati Bengals their first loss of the season in a 10-6 win over the Houston Texans on Monday night. The victory moves Houston into a tie for first place in the AFC South.
Drops, lackluster performance from Andy Dalton end Bengals' perfection
When we look back on the Bengals' 10-6 loss to the Houston Texans, though, it will be easy to pin the Bengals' first defeat this season on quarterback Andy Dalton and credit him with another prime-time flop. Sure, he did have arguably his worst prime-time outing in about a year, but he certainly wasn't alone in the poor play offensively.
Texans vs. Bengals highlights - NFL Videos
Check out the highlights from the game that ended the Cincinnati Bengals undefeated season, at the hands of the Houston Texans.
Behind Enemy Lines
J.J. Watt to critics: "How you all doin’?"
The Texans stunned the previously 8-0 Bengals on Monday, in a game that few believed the Texans could win. But win they did, and after the game Houston defensive end J.J. Watt gave his slowly-percolating throng of critics more ammunition for making him into a heel in all cities except Houston.
Houston Texans backup quarterback T.J. Yates beats undefeated Bengals
T.J. Yates left the field pointing at the smattering of Houston Texans fans and pumping his fists. He was one of the last players to leave the Paul Brown Stadium field, the site of his now two improbable wins over the Cincinnati Bengals. The Texans beat the previously undefeated Bengals 10-6 on Monday Night Football.
J.J. Watt After Win: We Made the Red Rifle 'Look Like a Red Ryder BB Gun'
Shots have been fired at the Red Rifle. After his Houston Texans knocked off the previously undefeated Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night, defensive end J.J. Watt said that his team's goal was to make Andy Dalton—whose nickname comes from his red hair and big arm—"look like a Red Ryder BB gun."
New Orleans Saints fire Rob Ryan as defensive coordinator
The New Orleans Saints have fired defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, coach Sean Payton confirmed on his weekly WWL Radio show. The move came a day after the Saints allowed 47 points in a loss to the Washington Redskins. Payton said the team arrived at the decision Monday afternoon. Senior defensive assistant Dennis Allen will take over Ryan's duties.
Denver Broncos to start Brock Osweiler over ailing Peyton Manning
Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak made it official Monday afternoon, announcing that Brock Osweiler will start at quarterback Sunday against the Chicago Bears and Peyton Manning will begin the process of trying to heal a partially torn plantar fascia in his left foot.
Case Keenum to Start over Nick Foles vs. Ravens
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher announced Case Keenum as the team's new starting quarterback on Monday, hoping the signal-caller can provide an "offensive spark."
DraftKings, FanDuel fail to get restraining order
DraftKings and FanDuel filed lawsuits against New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Nov. 13 in an effort to get the state Supreme Court to curb his attempt to prevent daily fantasy sports (DFS) sites from operating in New York after labeling it illegal gambling.