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Cincinnati (8-2) has a chance to calm them down on Sunday.
Cincinnati fumbled in the final minute of a 10-6 loss to Houston, and let Arizona drive in the final minute for a winning field goal on Sunday night.
"(Offensive coordinator Hue Jackson) just finds a way to get me the ball," Bernard said. "That's all you can really worry about. It doesn't matter how, whether it's a run play or pass play."
"It's kind of a tough adjustment," rookie running back Todd Gurley said. "You've got four guys down, so that's always going to be a tough adjustment, new guys coming in."
GURLEY STIFLED: Gurley had 66 yards with a 2.6-yard average last week, with a long carry of only 7 yards against the Ravens. He's the first rookie in NFL history to rush for 125 yards or more in his first four starts, and he's fourth in the league overall, but he's been limited to 200 total yards in the last three games. The coaches changed some running plays for the game against the Bengals to try to get him free.
O-LINE SHUFFLE: The Rams' offensive struggles start with a line that's been a patchwork of rookies filling spots, with only left tackle Greg Robinson and center Tim Barnes in place the entire season. Seventh-round pick Demetrius Rhaney gets his first career start at left guard after making his debut last week. Right guard Cody Wichmann, a sixth-rounder, made his first career start last week.
"Coaches have been doing a great job all year, but they implemented some new runs and we'll try them out this week and see how they go," he said.
DONALD AND ATKINS: The game matches two of NFL's top defensive tackles. The Rams' Aaron Donald and the Bengals' Geno Atkins have seven sacks each, tied for league lead by interior linemen. Their ability to get pressure on the quarterback from the middle of the line makes plays break down.
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