NFL Sunday Night Football features a battle between division leaders as the Cincinnati Bengals visit the Arizona Cardinals to close out Week 11 Sunday action. The Bengals are coming off their first loss of the season while the Cardinals are riding a three-game winning streak. Kickoff for this AFC North versus NFC West contest is slated for 8:30 PM ET on November 22, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ. Soar with the Cardinals here.
NFC West leaders are solid on both sides of the ball
Fresh off a 39-32 win in Seattle over the Seahawks last weekend, Arizona has now won three straight games and they have taken control of first place in the NFC West Division. The Cardinals lead was trimmed to two games, after Seattle won 29-13 at home against San Francisco today, but Arizona can push it back up to three games with a win here. The Cards are 3-1 at home this season and have outscored their opponents by a 126-68 margin. Arizona is a tough out on their home turf as they are 16-4 during their last twenty contests in Glendale. Expect that trend to continue here.
Cincinnati Bengals look to rebound following their first loss of the 2015 NFL season
After rolling through the first half, with a perfect 8-0 record, Cincinnati came back to earth as they dropped a 10-6 decision to the Houston Texans during NFL Week 10 Thursday Night Football action. The Bengals looked brutal at home versus the Texans as they gained just 271 total yards on offense, didn’t record a touchdown and they committed two turnovers. Backup QB T.J. Yates replaced injured starter Brian Hoyer and led Houston to the only touchdown of the contest late in the fourth quarter. Cincinnati has a two-game lead over Pittsburgh in the AFC North.
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