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Texans Bounce Bengals Again

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HOUSTON - Coming into Saturday’s AFC Wild Card round game the Bengals had won three straight and seven of their last eight while the Texans had dropped three of their last four. 

It sure didn’t look that way.

For the fourth time under Marvin Lewis, the Bengals are one and done in the postseason after the Texans dominated both sides of the ball en route to a 19-13 victory at Reliant Stadium.

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