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Giants vs. Bengals 2012: Game preview, kickoff time, TV schedule and more

The New York Giants will look to pick up their seventh win off the season on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE

The New York Giants look to pick up a win before their bye week as they travel to Paul Brown Stadium to face the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Giants are coming off a tough loss last week, as they blew a 20-10 fourth quarter led against the Pittsburgh Steelers, losing the game 24-20. New York is still 6-3 overall and ahead of the rest of the NFC East by 2½ games.

The Bengals jumped out to a quick start this season, but have lost their last four games and are 3-5 overall. Cincinnati has also struggled at home this season, owning just a 1-3 record at Paul Brown Stadium.

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New York is hoping to get quarterback Eli Manning on track after his dismal performance last week against Pittsburgh. Manning only threw for 125 yards, his lowest total since 2008. Overall, the offense only gained 182 yards last week, a number that will need to improve Sunday.

Cincinnati receiver Marvin Jones has been ruled out for Sunday's game, and safety Reggie Nelson is doubtful. Offensive lineman Jeff Faine and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrcik are listed as questionable. The Giants already ruled out Kenny Phillips and Jacquian Williams. Ahmad Bradshaw, Keith Rivers and Chris Snee are questionable to play.

Date/Game Time: Sunday, Nov. 11; 1 p.m. ET

Location: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

TV: FOX

Odds: Giants -4.5