The Bengals take on the Giants at Paul Brown Stadium this Sunday, where they will try to improve their 3-5 record and break a four-game losing streak. It will be an uphill battle for the Bengals however; after failing to sack Broncos QB Peyton Manning in last week's game, they will now face a team that is number one in the NFL at protecting their quarterback. Fans of the Bengals can still hope Manning will get sacked however, due to what Bengals WR A.J. Green characterized as "a lot of holes" in the Giants defense. Also on the plus side for the Bengals, Giants QB Eli Manning might be on the cusp of a slump, since he only threw for 125 yards in last week's game, and hasn't thrown a touchdown in his last two games. After losing their last three home games, the Bengals could certainly use more home team support. Check out our discount selection of Cincinnati Bengals COAs, and discover the benefits of Bengals COA ownership.
The Giants are looking to add another win to their 6-3 record before heading into their Bye Week. New York is coming off a disappointing 24-20 loss at home to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, so a win would let them start their break on a positive note. One vulnerability the Giants will exploit is the Bengals offensive line, which allowed QB Andy Dalton to get sacked five times in the game against the Broncos. After their Bye Week, the Giants will kick off their return by hosting the Green Bay Packers, who currently share a 6-3 record with the Giants. If you're looking for tickets to the Packer-Giants game, check out these discount New York Giants vs, Green Bay Packers tickets from Maxim Tickets, our online resale ticket partners.