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Breaking down the Bengals week one win. The Bengals looking for some revenge against the Chargers. Extra points are proving to be a little more challenging.

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Who Asked You? Bengals Edition, September 13, 2015 - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati - LOCAL Sports
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Mike Berk and Doug Pelfrey break down the Bengals week one win against the Oakland Raiders

Bengals say they need better to get revenge - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

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Chris Berman: While he was a coaching intern, Tomsula earned money on the side as a battery separator. Trent Dilfer: Is that right Chris? Chris Berman: Yep, Trent. He used to go through used batteries and pick out ones that had a bit of charge left in ‘em.

Carlos Hyde rushes for two touchdowns in 20-3 victory over Vikings | ProFootballTalk
Despite the return of Adrian Peterson to the field for the Minnesota Vikings, Carlos Hyde was the best No. 28 on the field Monday night. Hyde rushed for 168 yards and two touchdowns as the San Francisco 49ers pulled away in the second half to an easy 20-3 victory over the Vikings.

NFL kickers are 71-for-75 on extra points through Week One | ProFootballTalk
Extra points are still easy for NFL kickers. But they're no longer automatic. In Week One, NFL kickers went a combined 71-for-75 on the new, longer extra points, a conversion rate of 94.7 percent. That's still very high, but it's not automatic the way extra points used to be.