In one of the most anticipated first starts in NFL history. “Johnny Football” was more like “Johnny Nightmare” or “Johnny Awful.” You could even say he was “Johnny Rotten”. Read more from Chick Ludwig in today’s Press Pros feature.
Big Day Wasted…A.J. Green’s big game was done in by the Bengals’ fourth quarter meltdown, and an already-tight AFC North Division race just got a little tighter and a lot more intriguing. Read more from Chick Ludwig in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Good Andy, Bad Andy….Against all odds, the Bengals survived a scare from Tampa Bay, winning an ugly, sloppy 14-13 thriller at Raymond James Stadium to complete a three-game road sweep on the road. Read more from Chick Ludwig in today’s Press Pros feature.
A Happier Homecoming…Shaking off all the negativity surrounding him, Dalton threw for 233 yards and a touchdown as the Bengals pushed their record to 7-3-1 with five games remaining. Read more from Chick Ludwig in the latest Press Pros inside feature.
Andy Dalton played like a leader, Jermaine Gresham played like Jimmy Graham, and Jeremy Hill ran like a future star in the Bengals’ surprising, turnaround win over the Saints in New Orleans.
After one of the most disappointing, frustrating, mystifying and crushing losses in Cincinnati Bengals history — a lopsided 24-3 home loss to the Cleveland Browns — “The Chickster” takes a turn tackling your questions in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Take that, Steve Smith. The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver will get nothing but a big, fat, hairy “L” — and like it. The latest from Chick Ludwig in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
In reaching the 53-man roster limit on Saturday, the Bengals had to make some difficult decisions. The two toughest cuts: Tailback BenJarvus Green-Ellis and defensive tackle Devon Still.
With one pre-season game remaining, here’s everything you need to know (but were afraid to ask) about Marvin, Mike, and Andy…the Queen City collection of footballers called ‘The Bengals”! The latest from Chick Ludwig in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Like most people, my jaw dropped and I freaked out when I saw initial reports that Dalton and the club reached agreement on a six-year, $115 million extension through 2020. But why not? What other choice, or option, do they have?
The reward for fans — and the franchise — comes in the postseason. A playoff win or two or three … now that would be sweet. Super Sweet. Get the scoop in today’s Press Pros inside feature from the “Chickster”.
If your football itch is driving you crazy, here’s the “scratch” you’ve been waiting for…news on Bengals training camp, with dates, times, and ample opportunity to see things up close and personal. Get the scoop in today’s Press Pros inside feature from the “Chickster”.
“Andy (Dalton) is our quarterback and we’re behind him 100 percent. It’s not about Andy. It’s about (staying true to) our (draft) board.” – Bengals Assistant Coach Hue Jackson
Former Jefferson standout and state basketball champion Cody Latimer has seen his dream come true. He’s going to the NFL and the Denver Broncos to play with Peyton Manning.
The Bengals simply did what they had to do … get younger in the secondary where aging veteran cornerbacks Terence Newman, Leon Hall and Adam “Pacman” Jones are fighting Father Time.
Itching to know more about Thursday’s draft and another Bengals campaign? Here are 10 pressing questions and answers as the Cincinnati Bengals prepare for the 2014 NFL Draft and NFL season.
For the third straight year, the Bengals have been awarded three national prime-time games, and for the third time in franchise history, two prime-time contests will be at home.
With pick #24 in the May draft the Bengals need help for an aging secondary, or maybe, just maybe, a defensive end, offensive tackle, outside linebacker, safety or center. The club needs ‘em all. Seriously? Absolutely.
There will be no berth in the BCS National Championship game for the Buckeyes. And they won’t be going to the Rose Bowl either. Michigan State will represent the Big Ten in Pasadena against the Pac-12 champion on Jan. 1.
Andy Dalton threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green and the Bengals and Giovani Bernard ran the ball down San Diego’s throat during an old-fashioned slugfest for a 17-10 victory over the Chargers. Read more from Chick Ludwig on the Bengals impressive win on the left coast…today’s inside Press Pros feature.