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The Cincinnati Bengals got after Eli Manning, sacking the New York Giants quarterback four times in Week 10. Cincinnati gave up just 13 points to New York, forcing multiple turnovers (four in Week 10) for the fifth time in six weeks.
In Week 11, the Bengals will take on the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that played relatively clean football on Monday Night Football in Week 10. They turned the ball over just once for the first time all season.
Still, the Bengals D/ST should be a good play in Week 11—Kansas City has turned the ball over 3.3 times per game and given up five defensive touchdowns this year. The Chiefs have watched the opposing defense run one back every other week this season, and it didn’t happen last week.
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