Cincinnati’s Carlos Dunlap, right, and Geno Atkins, behind, sack Kansas City’s Alex Smith last weekend. Dunlap and Atkins, who have combined for 6 1/2 sacks this season, will pursue Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson during Sunday’s game at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati’s Carlos Dunlap, right, and Geno Atkins, behind, sack Kansas City’s Alex Smith last weekend. Dunlap and Atkins, who have combined for 6 1/2 sacks this season, will pursue Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson during Sunday’s game at Cincinnati. Gary Landers The Associated Press
Cincinnati’s Carlos Dunlap, right, and Geno Atkins, behind, sack Kansas City’s Alex Smith last weekend. Dunlap and Atkins, who have combined for 6 1/2 sacks this season, will pursue Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson during Sunday’s game at Cincinnati. Gary Landers The Associated Press

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