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The Cincinnati Bengals and Atlanta Falcons will look to get back on the winning track in this NFL Interconference matchup at the Georgia Dome this Sunday.
It has been two weeks since the Bengals last played and they will be looking to snap its two game losing skid. On October 10, they were upset at home 24-21 as 6-point favorites against the Bucs. Prior to that it was a 23-20 defeat as 3-point road favorites against division rival Cleveland. The Bengals are 4-2 ITS (in the stats) this season, and with any luck they could easily be a winning team. They have committed more turnovers in the red zone than any other team in the AFC North. While a lot of experts tabbed the Bengals as division winners before the season started, they simply have not been able to find any rhythm on offense.
The Atlanta Falcons played its worst game of the season last week. The Eagles won 31-17 as 2-point home favorites, and thoroughly dominated the game from beginning to end. Atlanta has one of the best offensive lines in the NFL, but last week's performance was not what Falcons' fans were looking for. The Falcons' pass defense allowed Kevin Kolb to pass for 326 yards and three scores. Atlanta was out-gained 472-to-293, which is the most yards allowed by the Falcons this season.
When I watch film of these two teams it's very evident that both teams would rather run the ball than pass. However, both teams have been more successful when they look to pass the ball early and often. The NFL is more of a passing league than ever before. With all the pass interference penalties that are being called most teams are taking numerous chances throwing the ball down-field.
I see a lot of similarities from both teams in terms of philosophy and scheme. They are also very similar in the stats department. The Falcons are averaging 357 yards per game and are allowing 337 yards per game. On the flip side, the Bengals are putting up 351 yards per game and are allowing 317. The one area that Atlanta has excelled in is Red zone defense, were they are ranked No.6 compared to the Bengals at No.16.
The Falcons' defense was shown up by Kevin Kolb and the Philadelphia Eagles receivers, and they will be looking to make a statement against the Bengals' highly regarded receivers. Carson Palmer has thrown for over three hundred yards twice this season, but he and the Bengals' offensive production have been well below preseason expectations. Chad Ocho Cinco and T.O. have both had big days but have yet to put together consistent efforts as a team.