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AFC Wild Card Preview and Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans

Texans and Bengals meet in the playoffs for the second straight season
<p> AFC Wild Card Preview and Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans</p>

The Cincinnati Bengals and Houston Texans will face off in the postseason for the second straight season when they get together on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. ET on NBC. The Bengals (10-6) enter this game having won three in a row and seven of their last eight, while the AFC South champion Texans (12-4), stumbled late, dropping three of their last four games. Houston defeated Cincinnati 31-10 in last season’s Wild Card round, earning the Texans their first playoff victory in franchise history.

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Fantasy Football: 10 Biggest Injury Concerns at Tight End

These big targers also come with a sizeable injury risk
<p> Fantasy Football: 10 Biggest Injury Concerns at Tight End</p>

Injuries are certainly a part of football, and fantasy football, for that matter, but when it comes to the latter that doesn't mean you can't or shouldn't be prepared.

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 15

Felix Jones is the must pick-up as you hit the playoffs
<p> Felix Jones is the must pick-up as you hit the playoffs</p>

So you made it to Week 15. Congratulations. That either means you won a quarterfinal game or your league’s playoffs begin this week.

This time of the year there is not usually that much to find on the waiver wire that will be of that much benefit to you — you would like to play with who got you here. But injuries, bad matchups and other unfortunate circumstances might have to scouring the wire to see what’s out there to help you advance.

Fantasy Football: Waiver Wire Week 11

Lance Ball, Kendall Hunter and Laurent Robinson lead the waiver wire this week
<p> Lance Ball, Kendall Hunter and Laurent Robinson lead the waiver wire this week</p>

It’s the last week of byes for the 2011 NFL season. And we lose some powerhouses this week at all four positions. Which means you're going to have dredge the waiver wire to save your team's chances of making the playoffs. Here's a few of the big names that are out.

WEEK 11 BYES: Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Pittsburgh

Fantasy Football: Waiver Wire Week 2

Give McCluster and Pope a look to help an anemic Chiefs offense

Some of the players listed in Athlon Sports' NFL Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 2 may be one week adds, some may be season-long adds and some are listed just for you to keep an eye on or even stash on your roster if you have the space.

Scoring is based on Athlon Sports default scoring which is 6 points for all TDs, .5 points per reception and 1 point PER 25 yards passing, 10 yards rushing/receiving and 40 return yards.

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<p> Waiver wires:&nbsp;Give McCluster and Pope a look to help an anemic Chiefs offense</p>

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