They may end up calling it “The Wiggle.” Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still doesn’t know if he’ll be active for Sunday’s 1 p.m. Paul Brown Stadium opener against the Falcons. But if he is and is active enough to come up with his first full NFL sack, there will be a new celebration dance in Bengaldom to join Ickey Woods’ Ickey Shuffle and Chad Johnson’s River Dance.
Bengals WR A.J. Green vs. Falcons WR Julio Jones: A draftnick’s veritable Super Bowl. The two best wide receivers from the class of 2011 NFL Draft have not disappointed and on Sunday in Paul Brown Stadium’s 1 p.m. opener, No. 4 Green goes against No. 6 Jones.
After watching their best player walk to the locker room on the first series and three more starters leave for the rest of the game during the first half, the Bengals dug deep on Bloody Sunday and offered one of the more impressive efforts of the Marvin Lewis Era as they took a 24-10 victory over the Falcons in the Paul Brown Stadium opener before 58,574.
The Bengals.com Media Roundtable calls it a close one, but in the first unanimous resolution of the season, the Table sticks to the age-old principle that good defense always beats good offense.
|09/08/2014||Waived CB Onterio McCalebb.|
|08/31/2014||Signed the following nine players to the practice squad: OT
|08/29/2014||Terminated the contract of HB