Andy Dalton threw for four scores, A.J. Green caught seven catches for 85 yards and Eli Manning’s struggles extended into Week 10 as the Giants’ losing streak reached two games with a 31-13 loss to the Bengals.
Snee practiced Friday for the first time this week, but was still listed as questionable. However, it looks like his sprained ankle has healed enough for the nine-year veteran to give it a shot.
Bradshaw has been battling a foot injury and was listed as questionable Friday, but is also ready to go. Rivers (calf) will miss his second straight game. The contest would have marked his return to the city of Cincinnati, a place he played three seasons.
Middle linebacker Chase Blackburn, who missed last week's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers with a hamstring injury, is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and is likely to play. Offensive guard Chris Snee has an ankle, is listed as questionable, and is uncertain he will be able to go.
"They allowed me to do more things throughout the week and I haven’t had any setbacks," Blackburn said. "I’m going to try and push it as far as I can go."
Snee hurt his ankle against the Steelers and played through it. He was limited in practice on Friday, the only time all week he has practiced.
"I'd love to be out there, but that's a decision we haven't made yet," Snee said.
Here is the complete Friday injury report for both the Giants and Bengals: