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 Sure, there is an NFL game on Thursday in week one of the season each year, but that game isn’t considered to be a “true” Thursday Night Football game. Both teams have had a full week off since the final preseason game and although final cuts Youth Jamaal Williams Jersey come in during that time, the players’ bodies are able to recover relatively normally.That is not so in week two, as the two AFC North teams squaring off tonight are coming off just three full days of rest after their games last Sunday. Tonight’s game features a pair of 1-0 teams who hold a half-game lead over the Browns and Steelers (who tied on the opening Sunday of the year).Let’s get our week two kicked off right with some ugly football from the Queen City.WHO?Baltimore Ravens (1-0) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (1-0)WHERE?Paul Brown StadiumCincinnati, OhioWHEN?Thursday, September 13, 20188:20 PM Eastern TimeHOW?TV Broadcast: NFL NetworkOnline Streaming: NFL Network OnlineRadio Broadcast: Westwood One SportsANYTHING ELSE?2017 MeetingsWeek 1: Ravens 20, @Bengals 0Week 17: Bengals 31 , @Ravens 27All-Time Series HistoryRegular Season: Tied 22-22-0Postseason: No postseason meetingsOddsRavens favored by 1.5 pointsOver/under total: 45 Piling tire fire on top of train wreck on top of dumpster explosion, Packers’ starting outside linebacker, and mostly invisible edge rusher Nick Perry injured his ankle, and is questionable to return. The injury, which serves as a microcosm of the total effort on the day, is next in a long line of adding injury to insult. Perry’s injury wouldn’t be terribly significant for a team with competent backup at the position, but in this instance it grants more playing time to sub-replacement outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell, who, by the way Randall Cobb Jersey , leads the Packers in sacks on the season. The Packers will need a big defensive effort if they wish to have any hope of overcoming yet another terrible start due to poor game planning and coaching, and without Perry, and possibly Kevin King, who had his face stepped on while I was writing this, the long day may continue. King is now being carted to the locker room, and leaves a gaping hole in the secondary without Jaire Alexander. Given the urgency the Packers showed on their last drive, it probably won’t take too long.
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