Bengals' wide receiver A.J. Green says his team needs to stay consistent on offense.
The Cincinnati Bengals enter Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs as road favorites, with very few giving the 1-8 Chiefs a chance of winning. Despite that, Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News writes Bengals' wide receiver A.J. Green, who has caught at least one touchdown pass in eight consecutive games, says his team isn't overlooking the Chiefs:
"We can't look past anyone."
"If you watch (the Chiefs), you wouldn't think they are 1-8. The story of the league is that anyone can beat you at any time. We just have to be consistent on offense and do everything right."
The Chiefs' defensive backs will have a big chore ahead of them as they try to shut down Green, who's been on a tear as of late. The second-year receiver has amassed 58 catches for 820 yards and nine touchdowns a little over half way through the season.
Kickoff is scheduled for noon CT at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, and the game will be televised on CBS.