(NEW YORK) — The Cincinnati Bengals (4-5) will travel to Arrow Head Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs (1-8) on Sunday.
The Chiefs have been in close games all season long but have failed to make the big play to win the game; the Bengals are looking to stay alive in the AFC playoff hunt.
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis isn’t looking past the Chiefs this weekend.
“This is a team that has obviously won one football game but they’re really playing a lot better football then that,” said Lewis. “We have to understand that and really just take care of us.”
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton doesn’t think his team is out of the hunt just yet in the AFC North.
“There is still seven games left, a lot of season left,” said Dalton. “We’ve got to bring our best effort.”
Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel was asked about only having one win, despite being in most of their games late.
“We work hard each and every week, to not go out and get those wins is frustrating,” said Cassel. “We’ve got to find a way to get those wins and turn this thing around.”
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Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com