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The Bengals were the lone NFL team to get shut out in Week 1.

Even the Colts — who were quarterbacked by Scott Tolzien and Jacoby Brissett — managed to get in the end zone at least once. Andy Dalton finished the game with 170 yards and four interceptions. It was just ugly.

The Texans have a good defense, and based on previous performances, this could also be a rough game for Dalton. But he may have a new weapon to use in Ross, which could help open things up for A.J. Green.

Defensively, the Bengals could benefit from playing against a rookie quarterback in Watson. It’s his first start, he’s inexperienced, and the Bengals have talent on that side of the ball. They can hope to take these bright spots and take advantage of them. Because it can’t get worse than last week… right?

Of nine regular season meetings between these teams, five have been one-score games. That doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve been great, but it’s more interesting than a 46-9 blowout.

NFL Sunday’s Week 2 gave us plenty of things to enjoy, while giving us better football than we saw in Week 1.

The Broncos surprised everybody by stepping all over the Cowboys in a 42-17 win in Denver. Jacoby Brissett nearly got a win for the Colts, but the game went to overtime, and the Cardinals avoided an 0-2 start. Marshawn Lynch made his Oakland debut with the Raiders, and the Chiefs still looked mighty impressive.
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Whether it was a good celebration, spectacular play, a good coaching move or quote, Sunday was filled with great moments. These are the best for Week 2.

After the NFL loosened its celebration rules during the offseason, there was an unfortunate shortage of group celebrations in Week 1.

Elite Youth Larry Johnson Jersey Thankfully, the Steelers and Martavis Bryant gave us our first good one, by pretending to shoot dice in the end zone.

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