The Cincinnati Bell Connector will operate late after Thursday night’s Bengals game to accommodate fans who ride the streetcar.
After going through some adversity Sunday, the competitive juices of Pro Bowlers A.J. Green and Adam Jones are flowing into Thursday night's (8:25-Cincinnati's Channel 12 and NFL Network) game against the Dolphins at Paul Brown Stadium.
This is why the Bengals think Vontaze Burfict can help them even if he plays only the key snaps in his return to the middle of their defense Thursday night (8:25-Cincinnati’s Channel 12 and NFL Network) against the Dolphins at Paul Brown Stadium. It’s got everything to do with his smarts. Starting on third down.
The Bengals are raffling off 25 Pairs of tickets at the Game Plan Radio Show at Envision Cinemas Bar & Grille in Blue Ash on Wednesday, September 28!
One good way to get Lewis talking about his closet passion of golf is to ask him about the auction item he won a few years back, when he jetted a few of his friends to Latrobe, Pa., for a round with “The King.”
If Vontaze Burfict had to watch a game instead of play in one, then at least he got to do it with one of his favorite people. But even his toddler had a question. Now the question is how many snaps can he play Thursday (8:20 p.m.-NFL Network) against Miami at Paul Brown Stadium. He says all of them if it is close.
With Jeremy Hill ripping off his longest run in 20 games during Sunday's 29-17 loss to the Broncos in the Paul Brown Stadium opener, the running game stirred. But Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth says it has to become the norm: “I think this team is going to have to run it well. It’s just reality.”
It’s not that the Bengals lost Sunday to Denver. After all, they are the defending Super Bowl champs. But four sack-and-strip touchdowns by Broncos All-World pass rusher Von Miller would have made more sense than what happened in a wild Paul Brown Stadium opener.
The proud Bengals defense dared Denver quarterback Trevor Siemian to beat them with his arm in the first road start of his career at Sunday’s sold-out Paul Brown Stadium opener and he shocked the crowd of 63,850 with four touchdown passes in a stunning 29-17 victory that dropped the 1-2 Bengals to under .500 for the first time since the morning of Nov. 18, 2012.
Pro Bowl cornerback Adam Jones stood in front of his locker and one of the Bengals captains took the blame for letting Sunday’s 29-17 loss to Denver start to spin that way in the first half of Paul Brown Stadium’s sold-out opener.
The Bengals and Broncos don’t want to stop meeting like this. Every time they’ve rendezvoused in the past five years there have been wide-ranging implications in the balance of power in the AFC. Sunday’s sold-out Paul Brown Stadium opener (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) is no different and the Bengals.com Media Roundtable breaks it down.
The Bengals will pick up the parking cost for the first 100 ticket holders that park at Town Center Garage at 1251 Central Parkway for the Denver Broncos game on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 1:00 p.m. and the Miami Dolphins game on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 8:25 p.m.
The Bengals will use walk-through metal detectors at select gates beginning with Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.
Raucous and rowdy Paul Brown Stadium, a mausoleum for opposing quarterbacks and a playground for the Bengals’ Double A Gap Blitz, is open for business again in Sunday’s sold-out home opener (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) when the Bengals try to make life miserable for Denver's young quarterback in a building where passer ratings have gone to die in a 22-5-1 regular-season stretch.
If you consider the sheer amount of injuries we saw last week across the NFL, putting together a fantasy line-up this week will be a challenge for most owners to say the least.
It’s been 10 years in rookie seasons long ago and far away, but Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth and backup Eric Winston can look at the media crowd around Ogbuehi this week as he preps for the hottest defender alive in Sunday's Paul Brown Stadium opener (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) against the Super Bowl champs and give some first-hand advice.
By this time last year, heading into the third game of the season, the Bengals had scored six red-zone touchdowns and three of them were on Andy Dalton passes to tight end Tyler Eifert. But any correlation between the Bengals' current red-zone numbers and Eifert's return to practice is purely coincidental.
Go back to another September game five years and a week ago between the Bengals and Broncos. This one in Denver on Sept. 18, 2011, the first meeting of that star-studded rookie class that would help lift both franchises into a battle for AFC supremacy in the middle of the decade.
To say injuries changed the landscape of fantasy football teams across the board is an understatement. The waiver wire is going to be busy this week, and you need to make the smart decisions this week to gain an edge on the other members of your league. Let’s take a look at the top players you should target as we head into Week 3.
Andy Dalton is leading the NFL in passing yards heading into Sunday's game against the Super Bowl champs (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12), but that's not how they drew it up as the Bengals look for the running game to join in.
Now it seems like Mondays are all about what the officials called and if they got it right. So the play to Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah gets run over and over again like it’s the Zapruder Film when the answer is a lot simpler than a conspiracy theory.
In the Bengals season-opening win over the Jets, A.J. Green, C.J. Uzomah, and Brandon LeFell each had a catch of at least 49 yards. The Pittsburgh Steelers were determined not to let Cincinnati go deep in week two.
PITTSBURGH - After three fruitless trips into the red zone during Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Steelers, the Bengals are still grappling for consistency with their new offensive options.
PITTSBURGH - If you’re Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, you’d take Sunday’s stat sheet in any game against the Steelers.
PITTSBURGH - Yes, the Bengals thought rookie wide receiver Tyler Boyd’s knee was down at the Steelers 33 with 1:50 left in Sunday’s 24-16 loss at Heinz Field.
PITTSBURGH - The Steelers took Game One Sunday at Heinz Field in a 24-16 victory by throttling a stagnant Bengals offense that never got a foothold at rainy and slippery Heinz Field until the final desperate minutes.
Don’t call this a heavyweight title rematch in the Bengals locker room. Don’t refer to Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) as an UFC blockbuster. Meanwhile, the Bengals.com Media Roundtable delivers a unanimous decision.
In the middle of what is turning into a whirlwind ten days, perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green sat down with the Hobson’s Choice Podcast and grabbed a number of topics
After he was kind enough to watch all of A.J. Green’s NFL-leading 12 catches from Sunday’s Opening Day win over the Jets, Isaac Curtis pronounced what he already knew. The Bengals' greatest 20th century receiver talks about the Bengals' greatest 21st century receiver.
Running back Jeremy Hill’s 12-yard run, the only touchdown of the second half during the Bengals’ win in New York Sunday, had all the characteristics of 2014.
Through three tours in Afghanistan, countless fire fights, and a Bronze Star, Capt. Alejandro Villanueva kept the Bengals business card in his wallet.
Drafting is just a small part of the winning equation for fantasy football. The waiver wire and your sit/start decisions are what makes or breaks your league standings. Trades are also a part of it, but most people don’t do trades unless they feel like they are clearly winning in the deal.
As he packed up his locker on Monday, AJ McCarron wore an Alabama sweatshirt and hat. He was obviously looking forward to seeing if his alma mater would beat Clemson later that night for college football’s national championship.