This is how good A.J. Green and Kevin Huber had to be this season to be named to the 2015 Pro Bowl. Huber becomes the first Bengals punter to be named since Pat McInally got the call in 1981 and Green made it for the fourth straight season even though he has played in just nine full games out of 15 because of injury.
Quarterback Andy Dalton (illness) returned on a full-time basis and wide receiver A.J. Green (bicep) returned in a limited role when the Bengals practiced Thursday.
In this final article we will take a look back at the season and see who ended up being a winner, a loser, a sleeper, and a bust in fantasy football this year.
Want a good debate? With 1,024 rushing yards heading into Sunday’s AFC North title game (8:30 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 5) in Pittsburgh, Jeremy Hill is as good as choice as any for the Bengals MVP.
Adam Jones got a vote of confidence from Kevin Huber...Wallace Gilberry was immense Monday as the Bengals pass rush showed signs of life...Dre Kirkpatrick came off the bench to AFC Defensive Player of the Week.
|11/18/2014||Announced that QB