The latest from NFL games around the league on the sixth Sunday of the season (all times EDT):

12:25 p.m.

Miami interim head coach Dan Campbell has made plenty of changes since replacing Joe Philbin nearly two weeks ago. Now he's made a couple more tweaks, this time to the starting lineup for the Dolphins (1-3).

Campbell benched right guard Jamil Douglas and will start Billy Turner against the Tennessee Titans (1-3). He also benched starting wide receiver Greg Jennings in place of Kenny Stills.

The Tennessee Titans also made their own starting lineup change due to injury. Inside linebacker Avery Williamson is inactive with a strained hamstring. The second-year player out of Kentucky usually wears the coach-player communicator device in his helmet to call the defensive plays.

- Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee.


12:05 p.m.

With a light snow falling at Ralph Wilson Stadium, the Cincinnati Bengals (5-0) hit Buffalo seeking to match a franchise-best start to a season set twice, in 1975 and 1988. The Bengals' longest single-season winning streak is seven games, which they set in closing the 1970 season.

Quarterback Andy Dalton has a three-game streak in which he's had 300-plus yards passing. That's one short of matching the franchise-record streak he set from Oct. 13-31, 2013.

As for the Bills (3-2), they have a chance to open a season 4-2 or better for the first time since 2011, and just the third time since 2000. Buffalo has also lost two straight home games - its worst streak since losing three straight in 2011.

- John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York.


11:55 a.m.

The Minnesota Vikings have a surprise scratch from the lineup: defensive end Everson Griffen.

Griffen was out with an unspecified illness, according to the team, leaving the Vikings without their best pass rusher against Kansas City. The Chiefs allowed 22 sacks over their first five games, tied for most in the NFL with Seattle.

Griffen has three sacks in four games this season. In his past 20 games since becoming a full-time starter, he has 15 sacks. The Vikings were also without backup defensive end Justin Trattou, who was out for the second straight game because of a foot injury. That left them with only three healthy defensive ends: starter Brian Robison, rookie Danielle Hunter and second-year pro Scott Crichton. Hunter was in the starting lineup for Griffen.

- Dave Campbell reporting from Minneapolis.


11:50 a.m.

Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is active for Sunday's game despite being involved in a domestic incident this past week.

Manziel will back up starter Josh McCown as the Browns host the unbeaten Denver Broncos.

Manziel acknowledged to police that he drank alcohol on Monday before the former Heisman Trophy winner and his girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, were questioned after they were involved in a heated argument on the highway. According to a police report, Manziel was driving at a high rate of speed and passed cars on the shoulder before police were called.

Manziel was not arrested.

The Browns released a statement Friday saying they had spoken to Manziel about his behavior. However, the team did not exclude him from Sunday's game.

The incident raised concerns about Manziel, who spent 70 days in a rehab facility during the offseason for an unspecified condition.

- Tom Withers reporting from Cleveland.


11:40 a.m.

Bills starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor is out, and running back LeSean McCoy is returning after missing two weeks for Buffalo's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Backup EJ Manuel will make his first start in a little more than a year in place of Taylor, who sprained his left knee in a 14-13 win over Tennessee last weekend. McCoy returned to practice last week, and will start after being nagged by a pulled left hamstring he initially injured during training camp.

Buffalo is still without backup running back Karlos Williams, who will miss his second straight game with a concussion.

Starting receiver Sammy Watkins is active after missing two weeks with a right calf injury. However, receiver Percy Harvin has been ruled out because of a hip injury.

- John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York.


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