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05.11.2018 02:31
Marvin Lewis “not sure” if Bengals WR A.J. Green will be able to play in Week 4 vs. Falcons Antworten

The Bengals saw superstar wide receiver A.J. Green leave Sunday’s loss to the Panthers twice with varying injuries. The second one ended his day though as Green suffered a groin injury in the third quarter.Green sat on a water cooler for most of the rest of the game after leaving the contest , and though he was originally deemed probable to return, that quickly changed to questionable. Questionable was optimistic as he never made it back onto the field.After the game, Marvin Lewis said he was “not sure” if Green would be able to play when the Bengals take on the Falcons in Atlanta in Week 4. Green was more optimistic though, saying he didn’t think the injury was serious and that he’d be fine. With that said, players often minimize their injuries, just like Joe Mixon did last Thursday before having surgery on Saturday.Though the Bengals announced Green’s injury as a groin problem, he made it sound like an issue with his hip bone.It’s possible the Bengals could be without Green and Mixon against the Falcons, though it’s also possible both will play in Atlanta. This is going to be a rough week of Marv-ball wait and see and I’d imagine we’ll have some of his infamous weather reports in our future.Former NFL doctor and injury expert David Chao says Green looked “hurt rather than injured,” which should be a good sign for his Week 4 availability.Bengals WR A.J. Green may be poised for his best season yet Since coming to the Cincinnati Bengals in 2011, A.J. Green has been a major reason as to why the team made five straight playoff brackets. He’s had six 1,000-yard receiving seasons in his seven years, and has been a Pro Bowl nominee every year in the league. He is constantly at the top of receiving statistics and is definitely one of the league’s best. Green recently stated that he’s eyeing the Hall of Fame as his next achievement. Height: 6’4”Weight: 210College: GeorgiaHometown: Summerville Youth Vontaze Burfict Jersey , South CarolinaYears of experience: Eight seasonsCap status:Green is in the middle of a four-year, $60 million deal. The deal is set to expire after the 2019 season, and he has a 2018 cap hit of $13.75 million. There have been rumors that the Bengals are wanting to give Green another extension to remain in Cincinnati, but there hasn’t been much movement on that front. It has seemingly been put on the back-burner with mega-deals given to Carlos Dunlap and Geno Atkins this summer.Background:To set the scene, the Bengals were in a major state of upheaval back in 2011. They were just coming off of a deplorable four-win season and their franchise quarterback, Carson Palmer, gave management a trade-me-or-I-quit ultimatum. Cincinnati held the No. 4 overall pick and used it on Green, who has been worth every penny since his arrival. Ironically, the Bengals used their second round pick on quarterback Andy Dalton and they have become one of the league’s most prolific passing duos. He’s been a pillar of consistency, averaging 1,173 yards and over eight touchdowns per season. And, as if that isn’t enough Youth Preston Brown Jersey , Green is poised to become the team’s all-time leader in almost every major statistical category. Here’s a look at his stats and where his ranks in Bengals franchise history:Receptions: 8,213; second in franchise historyReceiving yards: 556; second in franchise historyTouchdowns: 57; third in franchise historyReception yards per game: 80.5; first in franchise historyPro Bowls: 7; second in franchise history2018 outlook:Green seems to be on more of a mission this year than in years past. That’s not to say that he hasn’t been previously focused, but the frustrating year that was 2017 seemed to get to him. Whether it was evident in his exploding on Jalen Ramsey, or the fourth-lowest receiving numbers in his career, Green wants to have a gigantic season. And, even though the cupboard is stocked with weapons on offense to potentially take some stats away from him, he’s still the No. 1 option in the passing attack. If the Bengals are going to have a rebound season in 2018, the great all-around game Green presents as a receiver will need to be on the forefront of the offense. Given the fact that he has been targeted at an average of 136 times per season, we think he’ll put up the numbers we’re accustomed to—and then some. With the way this offense is construed to take attention away from Green, don’t be surprised if 2018 turns out to be his best season as pro.

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