JACKSONVILLE - While the Jaguars were losing the most games in the NFL the last five years, the Bengals were one of four teams who went to the playoffs every one of those seasons and Sunday night had the same kind of feel at EverBank Field despite Jacksonville taking a 26-21 victory with 23 unanswered points.
The Cincinnati Bengals joined in the celebration Friday night as football season got underway on the new field at Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School.
Darian Daily, the longest-tenured head groundskeeper in Paul Brown Stadium history, suddenly passed away Saturday afternoon.
As the Bengals head to Jacksonville for Sunday’s pre-season game (8 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 5), the summer’s most intriguing roster joust is basically a coin flip The only place it’s not a coin flip is in the precincts of Darlington, Wis., where nearly one percent of its population of 2,500 surfaced a couple of weeks ago in the pre-season opener at Paul Brown Stadium to watch Alex Erickson stake his claim.
A tale of the Bengals’ two starting wide receivers, according to head coach Marvin Lewis’ depth chart heading into Sunday night’s game (8-Cincinnati’s Channel 5) in Jacksonville