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 matchup 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.

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