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NFL-National Football League roundup (Reuters) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will sit out Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Lynch had played in 61 consecutive regular-season games prior to sitting out versus Detroit. Running back Fred Jackson (ankle) is questionable after being injured against Detroit, meaning rookie Thomas Rawls could be the starter for the second straight game. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 09
Bills-Titans Preview (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
An injury to LeSean McCoy is one reason why the Buffalo Bills aren't living up to lofty expectations. Coach Rex Ryan's underperforming defense, however, is the most significant. The Bills will be without McCoy again Sunday - and likely for a few more weeks - as they try to solve their shoddy defensive play against the rested Tennessee Titans. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 09
Andy Dalton's turning point ... getting booed at celebrity softball game? (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Cincinnati Bengals are 4-0 with a chance to convince a lot of doubters wrong. Win these next two games — vs. Seattle Seahawks, at Buffalo Bills before the bye — and the Bengals could start to change minds and win over neutral observers. The most convincing might have to come on the Andy Dalton front, but time to take notice of what he's done before. At this point, remove the name association with the QB who has an 0-4 playoff record and the Q rating in the Dr. Oz range, and you have to say Dalton is in the MVP race and will remain there with a win over the Seahawks. Entering a make-or-break season , Dalton has been almost all make so far. [ Play Yahoo Daily Fantasy and get a 100% deposit bonus with your first deposit ] So why has Dalton looked so good so far this season? Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson thinks Dalton getting booed at a celebrity softball game in Cincinnati over the summer was a key tipping point. Seriously. “I truly believe that was a turning point for Andy,”  Jackson told MMQB.com . “I’m not going to tell you it didn't bother him. It did. When you have the success he has had — four seasons in the league, four times in the playoffs — getting booed in your own city, that has to hurt a bit. But he was able to hit one over the fence for a home run. And he flipped the bat. His message was sort of, ‘You might not like me now, but you’re going to love me later.'” So yes, Bengals fans you had your Howard Beale from "Network" moment this summer and made the most of it. Or was that Dalton's Beale moment? Every time he has been asked about the booing by the media, Dalton has softly punted, essentially saying it didn't bother him that much. Jackson's comments have us perhaps thinking otherwise. But really, it's not much different than, say, Tom Brady goes about his business. When Brady is disrespected, he stews over the negativity — privately, seldom in front of the camera eye — and it fuels him to greatness far more often than not. Now, we're not saying Dalton is anywhere near the QB Brady is, but Dalton might be figuring out how best to handle criticism and flip it on its head. “We see a quarterback who is emerging, who has been through a lot,” said Jackson. “He did everything a quarterback needed to do in the off-season, both physically and mentally, and we have created an environment for him to be as successful as a quarterback can be. I hear what people have said about him. But I see what is on the other side. There are things about him that people do not see. They say he doesn’t have passion. They say he doesn’t have the work ethic. All totally untrue. He has the burning desire to be the best. I see it every day. I’ve really seen it this week.” Most people won't be convinced until Dalton and the Bengals end their playoff win drought, which is the longest in the NFL . But don't think Sunday isn't important toward getting the ball rolling in that direction. More NFL on Yahoo Sports - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm Yahoo! Fri, Oct 09
Bills running back McCoy says he could miss 3 more games (Yahoo Sports) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy (25) walks the sidelines during the first half of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

LeSean McCoy can't outrun an injury to his left hamstring that could potentially sideline the star Buffalo running back for another month. ''Yeah, I think I just made it worse,'' McCoy said, sitting at his locker. The Bills acquired McCoy in a trade that sent linebacker Kiko Alonso to Philadelphia in March.

Yahoo! Fri, Oct 09
Bills DE Hughes gets double fine from NFL (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Buffalo Bills defensive Jerry Hughes has been fined more than $30,000 by the NFL for incidents in last weekend's loss to the New York Giants. New York receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was fined $8,681 for throwing punches and striking Buffalo's Duke Williams in that game. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 09
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