This week's matchup between the Bengals and Chargers has alot of playoff implications. The Bengals are trying to hold onto a division lead and the Chargers are trying to stay in the race for that sixth seed in the AFC playoffs.
Andy Dalton and A.J. Green will out-do Phillip Rivers and Keenan Allen
Dalton's season has taken a turn in the wrong direction but this week the Dalton-Green connection will put on a show. Rivers and Allen have been a plesant suprise for San Diego but Dalton and Green are just itching to go against a weak Charger secondary led by pro bowl safety Eric Weddle. Dalton will throw for 300 plus yards and Green will have another 100 yard game notched on his already impressive career.
Danny Woodhead will continue to prove he can be a lead back
Woodhead has shown fans that he can be a great change of pace back from his years in New England butbit wasn't until this year where he teamed up with injury prone Ryan Mathews that he has gotten his chance to be the man. Woodhead has the vision and speed to be an every down back and this week he will continue to prove just that.
The Bengals are who we thought they were
With all the preseason hype surrounding the Bengals they have yet to separate themselves from the pack of mediocre teams in the AFC. This week the Bengals will show to everyone who doubted them that they can be considered one of the NFL's elite.