At the end of his first season as Bengals offensive coordinator Ken Zampese is in the process of reviewing all 1,087 plays of the 2016 season. But it’s already clear what he’s going to end up emphasizing in the offseason. He's hoping the rise of rookie receivers like Tyler Boyd teaming with the return of healthy veterans solve the points puzzle.
At the end of his third season as the Bengals defensive coordinator, Paul Guenther found himself running one of the NFL’s hottest units after they shot through the second half of the season allowing the fewest points next to only the Patriots in the final eight games. He sat down with Bengals.com this week to talk about how they can keep it going into next season, including giving youngsters like Andrew Billings (above) a long look.
It is now 35 years, six presidents, and a dynasty ago since they met on the 1 and history and from the confines of Charlie 4 Seasoning Inc., in Sugarland, Texas, former Bengals running back Charles Alexander had just one question from across the goal line of generations.
Carlos Dunlap got the call on Tuesday and Andrew Whitworth got the call on Wednesday to come off the bench for the AFC in the Pro Bowl, but it puts them both on the front line of Bengals history.
Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap has been named to a roster spot for the Pro Bowl, the NFL announced today. Dunlap, a second alternate in December’s Pro Bowl voting, replaces Houston DE Jadeveon Clowney, who is unable to participate due to injury.
During a span of 28 days in 2015 Marvin Lewis watched the Bengals beat three of the teams in last weekend's divisional games. But he won't talk about how close they are to those Bengals while looking for A.J. Green and Geno Atkins to be more vocal.
With the Bengals taking a look at the No. 9 pick in the draft, the discussion is about value. Where do they fall when it comes to taking a running back so high as Giovani Bernard (above) comes off ACL surgery?
Suddenly, Marvin Lewis is getting ready to play a quarter of the upcoming schedule against teams run by his former assistants. Lewis and Kansas City's Andy Reid have spawned the most current NFL head coaches.