Neither vicious wind nor driving rain nor eerie darkness of late afternoon could stop the Cincinnati Bengals from making their appointment with victory.
Not “Who Dey”, But “What The…?” The Bengals cranked out 364 yards of total offense to Baltimore’s 189, but Cincinnati self-destructed with nine penalties for 134 yards, two fourth-and-one failures, a missed 42-yard field goal by Mike Nugent and uncharacteristic punts of 28 and 16 yards by Kevin Huber. You do the math! Read more from Chick Ludwig in Monday’s Press Pros inside feature.
The Bengals lost their winning streak, and maybe a defensive star, with a disappointing showing against the Dolphins in Miami.
“We always find a way to make it hard, but a win’s a win and we’ll take it.” – Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton. Read more on the suddenly 1st place Bengals and their overtime win over Buffalo Sundon in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
For instance: With all the talent they have the Bengals rank 22nd in the league in total offense…downright offensive!
The Cincinnati Bengals didn’t run onto the field at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday. They waltzed right into a trap!
Their come-from-behind win over Green Bay was the kind of thing on which you build a season. But these are the Bengals, who just need to follow up with consistency and a second consecutive winning effort in Cleveland.
Andy Dalton threw a pair of second half touchdowns to bring them back. The Bengals overcome 30 unanswered points to pin a come-from-behind loss on the Green Bay Packers. Read about from Chick Ludwig in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The Bengals seek to follow an impressive performance against Pittsburgh with duplicate success against another iconic Goliath…known as the Green Bay Packers.
Up eleven point in the second half Sunday, the Bengals somehow found a way. Mohamed Sanu’s costly fumbled opened the gates and the rest you know. They lost to the Chicago Bears. Read about it in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The toughest day in professional football saw the Bengals reach their roster limit for the season opener next Sunday in Chicago.
Before an enthusiastic and appreciative audience, the Bengals wrap up training camp with a visit and a practice at Springboro High School. Read more from “Chick” in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
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Want a chance to see the Bengals up close and personal? Here’s your chance to be “high school” close to the NFL.
On the first Sunday of Bengals training camp…news from the sidelines on A.J. Green’s sore knee, the competitive energy amongst the troops, and some positive first impressions made by guys competing for a job.
The Bengals open camp with a bang and a party atmosphere this week, and hope it lasts all year long. Veteran beat writer Chick Ludwig tells why optimism, like the talent, is deep Marvin Lewis and company prepare for a brutal regular season schedule…today’s Press Pros inside feature.
In honor of the 2013 Cincinnati Bengals’ full-squad mandatory minicamp that unfolds Tuesday through Thursday, June 11-13, here are 10 Issues and Answers worth pursuing. Enjoy some early football in today’s Press Pros inside feature from Chick Ludwig.
The smoke has cleared and now the real assessment of how wisely the Bengals chose in the draft. Time, as always, will tell.
With the big name safeties off the board the Bengals go for more firepower at tight end and select Notre Dame’s Tyler Eifert.
Recently, I posted the first five of 10 “what-ifs” that changed the course of Bengals history. Here, as promised, are my second five…woulda’, coulda’, shoulda’!
With back-to-back playoff appearances the schedule makers have gone out of their way to show the resurgent Bengals some respect in 2013. Now, it’s up to the “Cats” to prove they deserve it.