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3-0, 1st in AFC North

Another tough task for the Chiefs

After prime-time losses to two of the league's top teams, the Chiefs head to Cincinnati to face the red-hot Bengals. ESPN's Football Power Index gives Cincy a significant edge.

Frelund's Week 4 NFL daily fantasy tips (1:48)
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Misleading line in Cincinnati?

The 3-0 Bengals (-4) are looking solid and gaining plenty of support from the public. So why is Dave Tuley taking Kansas City as a road underdog against Cincinnati? Tuley's bets (Insider)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bengals' secondary could be thin Sunday against Kansas City. S George Iloka (ankle) is Doubtful. CB Adam Jones (elbow) is Questionable. Although, with Jones, "questionable" is a lot more like "probable."

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Will Kansas City continue to slide?

The Chiefs have been picked apart in the past two weeks by Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers. Will Andy Dalton light them up as well? NFL Nation Week 4 predictions

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giovani Bernard was asked this week about what he's seen from Andy Dalton. "Confidence," the Bengals RB said without flinching. WR Marvin Jones said he was four steps into a TD route and saw Dalton had already thrown the ball. "That's the kind of command we need."

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Is it time to start the Red Rifle?

Andy Dalton has been putting up some dizzying numbers so far this season. He should be a solid fantasy bet against Kansas City's dinged-up secondary. Week 4 fantasy advice (Insider)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The pink has started going up inside Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals currently going through their final walkthrough ahead of Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

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Grantland: The Worst Plays in NFL History

Every season, someone does something that gets nominated as an historically bad play, but just what does it take to make the cut as one of the worst of the worst?

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Flags up by 1.2 per game in 1st 3 weeks over 2014

In 48 games over the first three weeks, according to STATS research, 878 penalties have been called. That's an average of 18.3 per game, up from 17.1 per game in the first three weeks of 2014.

Stay patient with Jeremy Hill in fantasy (1:10)
Is Cincinnati walking into a trap against Kansas City? (1:44)
What you need to know for Week 4 (1:05)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeremy Hill had an interesting take Thursday on how he plans to fight through his early-season struggles. Said Hill: "At the end of the day, if my numbers aren't great or if they're not astonishing or if it's not helping people's fantasy teams, oh well."

How to bet on Kansas City-Cincinnati (0:43)
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Bad Andy still hasn't shown up

Andy Dalton has thrown for three touchdowns in each of his last two games. Against a banged-up Kansas City secondary, Dalton finds himself on Matthew Berry's love list. Berry: Love/Hate

Team Stats

Passing Yards285.05th
Rushing Yards129.38th
Points For28.37th
Points Against18.76th

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