Where, How, When to watch Houston Texans vs Cincinnati Bengals live stream Thursday Night week 2 nfl game free online
- Houston Texans VS Cincinnati Bengals NFL regular season 2017 Week 2
- Date:Thursday, September 14,Time: 8:25 PM ET
- Venue:Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
- Live Stream: www.usmatchtv.com,
Short Preview about Houston Texans vs Cincinnati Bengals live stream week 2 Game Play.
We have Rookie Watson that can play this game if he become healthy which is going to make a big difference within the strength of this Texans team. On the other side we have Cincinnati Bengals where we have the great player Dalton which said on the last game play that he did not give the team the chance to play, he was feeling faulty due to the last game play and by this we can expect way more activities from Dalton during this coming game
Have you already heard this latest news about Houston Texans player Brian Cushing which has been suspended for 10 games because of PED use?
As of right now we have the Texans player Brian Cushing which faced some problems with NFL and also this can make some big differences within the results of this upcoming Texans vs Bengals game.
We have found a great article on this topic at cbssports.com which is clarifying this topic into more depth. Also we have make sure if this article comes with same story as otherwebsites like, cnn, nbc, nfl.
It’s the second PED related suspension for Texans linebacker Brian Cushing, front.
Texans linebacker Brian Cushing was suspended 10 games by the NFL on Wednesday for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. The ninth-year player, a defensive captain for Houston, will be eligible to return Nov. 28, after a game against the Ravens.
A lawyer for Cushing told ESPN that his client “is aware of the negative impact he has had on his team and most important his fans,” adding, “It is with the deepest remorse that he humbly apologizes to his fans, teammates and coaches.”
This is the second time Cushing has been suspended, following a four-game ban in 2010, also because of PED use. That punishment put his 2009 defensive rookie player of the year award in jeopardy, but he retained it after a second vote by an Associated Press panel.
Cushing, 30, is in the league’s concussion protocol after sustaining a brain injury during Houston’s season-opening loss to the Jaguars. Four other Texans suffered concussions in that game, and the team has already ruled out three players with different injuries for its Week 2 game against the Bengals, which takes place Thursday night in Cincinnati.
The 2009 draft’s 15th overall pick out of Southern Cal, Cushing has struggled to equal the promise he showed as a rookie. He has played in all 16 games just twice since then, and he has yet to match his first-season totals of 86 tackles and 10 passes defensed.
This is the second 10-game PED ban handed down by the NFL this season, with Falcons cornerback Jalen Collins receiving the first last week. Thirteen other players are serving shorter suspensions for violating that policy (per Spotrac), including Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin, who is carrying his over from the end of last season.
Cushing is in the fourth year of a six-year, $52.5 million contract extension he signed with Houston in 2013. According to his lawyer, the 6-3, 250-pound linebacker will not appeal the suspension.
Also we have been lurking around the web to find other relevant information’s/News about the Texans VS Bengals which could have attributes or consequences for this coming 14 September game. The last topic we have found was that Cincinnati allowed Andy Dalton to be trapped five times, half as much as Houston yielded in its loss to Jacksonville. Yes, 10 sacks.
Seems further that all is going to be the same as when they played at preseason 2017.
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Behind the Enemy Lines? We have both teams coming from a bad Start this year.
What’s worse: Getting shut out in your hope opener 20-0 to the Baltimore Ravens, or getting blown out 29-7 in your hope opener to a hapless Jacksonville Jaguars team coming off a 3-13 season? The answer is probably both.
The last two times the Cincinnati Bengals and Houston Texans faced each other, the average score has been 8-11, with neither team topping a dozen points. If week 1 was any indication, this theme could be continued in the Week 2 match-up between the Bengals and Texans.
In Week 1, both teams battled for which offense could look worse. The Bengals put their worst foot forward with quarterback Andy Dalton committing five turnovers, while the Texans’ starting quarterback got benched in favor of a rookie.
Coming off such pitiful starts to the 2017 NFL season, we spoke with Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog for an inside scoop on what Bengals fans can expect from the Texans in Week 2.
Leonard Fournette churned out first down after first down between the tackles, the Jaguars offensive line managed to keep Blake Bortles clean against one of the best front sevens in the NFL, and the Texans own offensive line gave up 10 sacks while protecting two different quarterbacks. It was, to be perfectly honest, a complete crap show. If you thought the Bengals’ offensive performance this past weekend was bad, boy you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Scott Schulze: From what I’ve read, J.J. Watt is expected to make a quick recovery from his injury and return in time for the Bengals’ game this Thursday night. If Watt doesn’t return, can the defense match their recent performances against the Bengals, in which they have allowed an average of only 8 points in their last two matchups?
BK: Luckily for the Texans, they still have Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus to rely on even when Watt is not on the field. Neither of them made major impacts as pass rushers against the Jaguars, but considering the Jags were playing from ahead literally the entire game they did not have many true opportunities to rush in the first place.
BK: Clowney was not truly healthy until the start of the 2016 season, which is when he had his first consistent success as a player. He finished with six sacks and a second team All-Pro nod, and was dominant in virtually every game he played in. The fact that the Texans defense was still able to finish as the top ranked unit in the league without J.J. Watt speaks to how dominant
Clowney really was in all of the positions he played – defensive end, defensive tackle, outside linebacker, and occasionally even inside linebacker too. I’m not even being hyperbolic, at one point or another Clowney was lining up at literally every single position in the Texans front seven, and he made an impact at all of them. The sack numbers have not been All-Pro worthy (yet), but everything else about his game is simply magnificent.
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