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Bengals coach Zac Taylor provides updates on injuries heading into the second round of the NFL playoffs

All eyes are on the Cincinnati Bengals as they prepare to face the Tennessee Titans on Saturday in the AFC Division Round. They broke the 31-year-old curse over the weekend and won their first playoff game against the Las Vegas Raiders. the clock ticked down and an interception by linebacker Germaine Pratt put the nail in the coffin, fans went wild. Now the Bengals head south to face the Tennessee Titans, the No. 1 seed in the AFC, ending the season 12-5. Taylor and the team had to wait all day and watch football to find out who and where they would be playing - just like the rest of us. But no matter what - the team says they are ready to go. "- We only play against good teams from here on out, and if you do not spend every waking minute of your week focusing on your next opponent, it will bite you. "So I'm glad our boys have that focus," Taylor said. The Bengals hit the ground while quarterback Joe Burrow and the Bengals look set to win away from home. It will be a duel between two of the best running backs in the game. The Bengals have free Monday and have extended training on Tuesday and Wednesday and then a short Thursday morning training before heading to Nashville on Friday. Taylor gave an update on the plate yere were injured during Saturday's match. Defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi was sent off early in the third quarter with a right foot injury. On Monday, the team placed him on the reserve / injury list. Also on Monday, G Xavier Su'a-Filo was returned to the active list from the reserve / injury list. He had been on the list with a knee injury since October 9th. Defensive tackle Mike Daniels injured his groin in the first quarter and did not return. Taylor said he does not appear to be returning. Defensive player Trey Hendrickson is on concussion record after suffering a concussion in the third quarter on Saturday. Taylor said the process will start on Tuesday with him being cleared before performing physical activities and then returning to contact training. Taylor said there is definitely enough time in the week to get it done if he feels up to it and can cope day-to-day. In terms of adding a defensive tackle this week, Taylor said it's an option and that he keeps all options on the table

All eyes are on the Cincinnati Bengals as they prepare to face the Tennessee Titans on Saturday in the AFC Division Round.

They broke the 31-year-old curse over the weekend and won their first playoff game against the Las Vegas Raiders.

When the clock ticked down and an interception by linebacker Germaine Pratt put the nail in the coffin, the fans went wild.

Now the Bengals are heading south to face the Tennessee Titans, the No. 1 seed in the AFC, ending the season 12-5.

Taylor and the team had to wait all day and watch football to find out who and where to play - just like the rest of us.

But no matter what - the team says they're ready to go.

"This team is really fast to move on to the next game and it's crucial at this time of year you know it is - we only play good teams from here and, and if you do not spend every "your week focusing on your next opponent, it will bite you. So I'm glad our guys have that focus," Taylor said.

The Bengals hit the ground while quarterback Joe Burrow and the Bengals look set to win on the road.

It will be a duel between two of the best running backs in the game

The Bengals have free Monday and have extended training on Tuesday and Wednesday and then a short Thursday morning training before heading to Nashville on Friday.

Taylor gave an update on the players who were injured during Saturday's game.

Defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi was run out early in the third quarter with a right foot injury.

On Monday, the team placed him on the reserve / injury list.

Also on Monday, G Xavier Su'a-Filo was returned to the active list from the reserve / injury list. He had been on the list with a knee injury since October 9th.

Defensive tackle Mike Daniels injured his groin in the first quarter and did not return. Taylor said he does not appear to be returning.

Defensive player Trey Hendrickson is on concussion record after suffering a concussion in the third quarter on Saturday. Taylor said the process will start on Tuesday with him being cleared before performing physical activities and then returning to contact training. Taylor said there is definitely enough time in the week to get it done if he feels up to it and can cope day-to-day.

In terms of adding a defensive tackle this week, Taylor said it's an option and that he keeps all options on the table

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