The Latest: Bengals' A.J. Green carted off field
The Latest on the 11th Sunday of the NFL season. (all times Eastern):
Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green has been carted off the field.
He got his right foot caught awkwardly as he tried to make a contested catch on Cincinnati's first pass of the game. Green grabbed his right hamstring as he hit the ground, and stayed down for several minutes. He was helped to the sideline and taken by cart to the locker room for examination.
Green has 66 catches on the season for 964 yards and four touchdowns.
- Joe Kay reported from Cincinnati
The Minnesota Vikings will keep Alex Boone at left guard instead of making yet another shuffle on their banged-up offensive line.
After Jake Long became their fourth offensive tackle lost to a season-ending injury, the Vikings moved T.J. Clemmings from right tackle back to left tackle and reinserted Jeremiah Sirles as the starting right tackle for the game against Arizona. It's a lineup they have used in games this season, and coach Mike Zimmer elected to go back to that rather than make a more significant move.
Boone said this week that he would be open to moving to left tackle, which would have allowed Clemmings to stay at right tackle.
- Jon Krawczynski reported from Minneapolis.
The NFL will finally get a look at the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft when quarterback Jared Goff takes the field for the Los Angeles Rams.
The Rams (4-5) are coming off a lackluster 9-6 win against the Jets, so coach Jeff Fisher decided it was time to see what Goff can do. He will be at home against a Miami team that has won four straight games and is now 5-4.
Elsewhere, Baltimore (5-4) visits Dallas (8-1) in a matchup of division leaders . The Cowboys have the NFL's top record while the streaky Ravens won three, lost four, then won two.
Other games worth highlighting: Philadelphia (5-4) is at Seattle (6-2-1), with both teams coming off impressive wins. Seahawks coach is looking for his 100th NFL win. The Eagles have scored at least 20 points in 11 straight games, the longest streak in the league. And Tampa Bay (4-5) plays at Kansas City (7-2) and the Buccaneers have won four straight in the series. The Chiefs are tied for the AFC's best record and lead the NFL with a plus-14 turnover margin.
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