Bengals Business Manager Bill Connelly has planned countless trips during his 41 seasons with the team. With at least 10 trips a year, including preseason and regular season games, Connelly has it down to a science.
Guys who you should maybe target based on their upcoming games. Tyrod Taylor and Colin Kaepernick both have favorable schedules upcoming for the QB position; Latavius Murray, Jonathan Stewart, Jeremy Hill and/or Giovani Bernard, and Terrance West all have great match-ups for RBs;
The day before Andy Dalton threw at the NFL scouting combine, Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden advised, “Make sure you throw everything in the dirt.” Gruden, now Washington's head coach, hopes to make Dalton do it in Sunday's game (9:30 a.m.-Cincinnati's Fox 19) at Wembley.
The Bengals UK fan group started as a couple of Bengals fans meeting for a beer. It has now grown to 300 members and 1,800 followers on Twitter. Here are travel tips from several members of the group.
What started as a couple of Bengals fans meeting for a beer has now grown to a UK-based fan group with 300 members and 1,600 followers on Twitter.
It’s not often that a RB takes home the top-dog award in fantasy football. Almost 9 times out of 10 it will be a Quarterback simply due to the yards and touchdowns they are a part of.
Even though Sunday’s game is set for at 9:30 a.m. Sunday over the pond in the Bengals’ first-ever international game in London against Washington, they should be calling it the Carlo and Johnny’s Bowl.
After the Bengals held Kevin Hogan to a 26.4 passer passer rating on his first 24 NFL passes Sunday in a 31-17 win at sold-out Paul Brown Stadium, Browns head coach Hue Jackson now has five guys with at least 24 passes in seven games. Marvin Lewis has five in 14 seasons.
A.J. Green yanking the tipped ball out of a maze of four Browns with one hand and pulling it into his body to give them a 21-10 half-time lead symbolized the 3-4 Bengals pulling within a game of the 4-3 Steelers in first place and into a tie for second with the 3-4 Ravens in the suddenly jammed AFC North.
Old friend Hue Jackson arrived at sold-out Paul Brown Stadium Sunday with his winless Browns and bottomless bag of gadgets, but his former student delivered the final nail in when Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton oversaw a big-play offense that included a 48-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass to A.J. Green and a 74-yard touchdown run by running back Jeremy Hill in a 31-17 victory over Cleveland.
When it comes to Cleveland head coach Hue Jackson, there’s no debate that Sunday’s return (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) to sold-out Paul Brown Stadium marks the return of one of Bengaldom’s more beloved favorite sons. From Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh to Andy Dalton, Jackson fingerprints are all over the best of the Marvin Lewis Era. See how the Bengals.com Media Roundtable votes.
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 remaining home games, including this Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns at 1:00 p.m.
And so they meet again Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) at Paul Brown Stadium when Andy Dalton tries to stay a move ahead of the man who helped catapult his career last season.
The good news is that Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert is already making plans for next week’s trip to London to play Washington after taking part in what he said was team snaps Thursday.
When Marvin Lewis and Hue Jackson mingle as opposing head coaches before Sunday’s game at Paul Brown Stadium (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12), it's a rarity. Not only is one of them going against a guy that was nearly his hand-picked successor, but it's only the fourth time ever a former Bengals assistant head coaches against his old boss.
The Bengals’ game this Sunday against Cleveland at Paul Brown Stadium is a sellout, the club’s ticket office announced today. Kickoff against the Browns is at 1 p.m.
Her husband has played 108 straight games, the longest streak on the Bengals roster. But the number that says more about what Anna and Domata Peko have meant to their team and their city is 11. As in 11 straight Hometown Huddles.
The waiver wire has been picked pretty clean by this time, so just remember to swap out your bye week players in Week 7, and grab what little there is to fill your holes.
Andrew Whitworth, who lived it 10 years ago, had the slight, knowing smile of a father and a little bob of his head as he eavesdropped on the media grilling of Cedric Ogbuehi Monday.
FOXBORO, Mass. - The offense continues to do everything but score. The defense continues to look terrific one series, perplexed the next. Special teams keeps looking for a big play. But after Sunday’s weird 35-17 loss to the Patriots got turned in just four minutes, the Bengals are hoping they’ve buried the inconsistencies for good.
Last week after losing at Dallas, Marvin Lewis told his players to look in the mirror and figure out what they need to do better. This week after losing at New England, they need only to look at the Patriots.
FOXBORO , Mass. - After holding Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on four of his first five third downs as Sunday’s game lurched into the middle of the third quarter and they held on to a 14-10 lead, the game suddenly changed for the Bengals.
FOXBORO, Mass - It was Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s Homecoming but it was his Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski who went to town Sunday at Gillette Stadium and doused the Bengals’ bid for an upset with 162 career-high yards on seven catches in a 35-17 victory.
The matchup with the Patriots Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) may be Tom Brady’s Homecoming, but the Bengals aren’t the ones wearing the letter jackets as they stalk their first win in Foxboro since the year the ball went through Buckner’s legs.
The Bengals are banking on better coverage than last time against New England Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) in Foxboro.
A generation removed from his death, the NFL is still truly The Six Degrees of Paul Brown. Especially when it comes to Bill Belichick. Just look at the thread running through Sunday’s game in New England (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) between the Bengals and the Patriots.
The bye week may hurt fantasy owners because we have to figure out who to substitute in for our regular starters. But, the truth is, the week after a bye is usually more fruitful than the week before it because the team has had a chance to work on their struggles.
It’s on to New England for Bengals wide receiver Brandon LaFell Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12), his home for two seasons and where he won a Super Bowl ring with Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and their band of cold-eyed killers that have hijacked the NFL’s 21st century.
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.
Are you getting the recommended amount of sleep? Dan Hoard speaks with Dr. Junaid Malik, a TriHealth pulmonary and sleep physician, so you can Live Better.
This week's State Farm Right Combination was QB Andy Dalton finding WR A.J. Green on a Hail Mary pass the end the first half of the game against the Cleveland Browns.