Week In Review: A Matchup Of No. 1 vs. No. 2

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Week In Review: A Matchup Of No. 1 vs. No. 2

The NFL's two top draft picks prepare to meet Sunday at FedEx Field as Joe Burrow (No. 1) and Chase Young (No. 2) try to replicate what No. 1 Kyler Murray and No. 2 Nick Bosa did last season and become the NFL Offensive and Defensive rookies of the years, respectively.

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Chad Johnson Praises Rookie Sensation Tee Higgins

Chad Johnson, one of those high-rolling second-round wide receivers who gave first-round results for the Bengals, is waving his cigar on FaceTime while talking about the latest sensation. "He's way ahead of the curve," says Johnson of Tee Higgins, a guy he advised earlier in the season and is now running on high ground.

Options Grow On Bengals O-Line

Think back to last month's game in Baltimore when the Bengals offensive line hit the depths. When they return to Maryland to play Washington Sunday, their front has suddenly found depth with a brew of intriguing possibilities. Maybe the most interesting is they've got two good young left tackles playing their first seasons.

Taylor-Made Takes: Assistants Have To Be Next Man Up, Too

Head coach Zac Taylor talked virtual meetings, the rise of rookie wide receiver Tee Higgins and how coaches have to think next man up, too, in his weekly discussion with Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson.

Take a trip down memory lane to view images from the series between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Washington Football Team.

Quick Hits: Chase Young Salutes "Super Bowl" Sam Hubbard And Burrow's Leadership

Here are Joe Burrow's rebound numbers heading into Washington's Chase Young had some nice things to say about some of his former Ohio State teammates, Sam Hubbard and Joe Burrow, while the Bengals got some mixed results on injuries Thursday.

How To Watch, Listen And Follow The Bengals-Washington Week 11 Game

Tune in to the Week 11 matchup as the Bengals face the Washington Football Team on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. Time, television, radio, live stream, and everything else you need to know to follow the game.

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