A.J. Green says he won’t bail out on his team and if his injured hamstring allows the perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver plans to play this season no matter the record of a Bengals team that sits 3-7-1.
When Rudi Johnson and the rest of about 15 Bengals legends are introduced to the Paul Brown Stadium crowd before Sunday’s game (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19), the chant will no doubt start somewhere.
Pretty straight forward for Sunday’s game (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19) at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals’ best defensive player vs. the Eagles’ best offensive player. WILL backer Vontaze Burfict vs. RB Darren Sproles.
Usually it is A.J. Green who makes people say, "Wow." But he found himself saying it about his buddy Emmanuel during the Marvin Lewis Community Fund's Christmas shopping spree.
Many fantasy football playoffs kick off in Week 14, making this week a must-win for those looking to secure their post-season spot. There is nothing better than looking at the standings and knowing you are in, regardless of the outcome of this week.
Mike Nugent has survived another week and it looks like with five games left he’ll finish his seventh season as the Bengals kicker.
BALTIMORE - They had to shake up their secondary because of injuries Sunday and while Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco didn’t have his typical miserable day against the Bengals, he had to resort to the short game and kicker Justin Tucker to beat them, 19-14.
BALTIMORE - The fact the Bengals still had a shot to tie Sunday’s game in Baltimore with 65 seconds left is as mystifying as their 3-7-1 record. Chalk it up to a resourceful defense, quarterback Andy Dalton’s tenacity, and a will that has been hardened by five straight post-season runs. But in the end, the mystery was solved. If you can’t win with A.J. Green than winning without him is a monumental task.
BALTIMORE - With a loss all but eliminating them from the AFC North race Sunday, the A.J. Green-less Bengals had plenty of effort but continued to scour the desert for points and couldn’t find enough in a 19-14 loss at M&T Bank Stadium.
No one wants to call it an elimination game. But no one has to because the AFC North standings do it all for you when the 3-6-1 Bengals play the 5-5 Ravens Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) in Baltimore. The Bengals.com Media Roundtable is never eliminated.
As Terrell Suggs lines up for his 23rd game against the Bengals Sunday in Baltimore (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12), Bengals Pro Bowl left tackle Andrew Whitworth welcomes their semi-annual meeting after last year’s hiatus.
With injuries, everyone is scrambling in Week 12 to find replacements for their team as we head into the final two games before the fantasy playoffs kick off in most leagues.
Bengals fans donated more than 12,000 pounds of food and nearly $22,000 in cash to the Freestore Foodbank last week, during the 30th Annual Canned Food Drive.
Several Bengals players stopped by the Freestore Foodbank to help make a difference in families’ lives this Thanksgiving.
The Bengals and the U.S. Marine Corps are teaming up for the annual Toys for Tots Collection, which will take place on Sunday, Dec. 4, prior to the Bengals’ home game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
If there was ever a must game Sunday for the 3-6-1 Bengals in 5-5 Baltimore (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12), this is it. And have they ever gone into what is basically an elimination game with their offense so stripped of their weapons?
In the grim quiet of a locker room seething with another one that was had and got away, this one 16-12 to the Bills at Paul Brown Stadium, their teammates glanced across the room and saw end-of-season dejection on the faces of wide receiver A.J. Green and running back Giovani Bernard.
Sunday’s 16-12 loss to the Bills not only devastated the 3-6-1 Bengals in the AFC North standings, but the depth chart took a heavy blow with perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green leading the hit parade.
Stunned by the loss of Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green on the second snap of Sunday’s game at Paul Brown Stadium and two missed extra points by Mike Nugent, the Bengals couldn’t overcome and lost a crushing 16-12 game to the Bills before 61,356.
The Long Haul at the Paul against Buffalo was the first home win for A.J. Green and Andy Dalton five years ago and Sunday’s rematch (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19) could be their last chance to keep the first installment of the Green-Dalton Era intact as the 3-5-1 Bengals play the 4-5 Bills. The Bengals.com Media Roundtable meets and greets.
Last year the Bengals allowed no sacks in their win in Buffalo. Now the Bills come to Paul Brown Stadium Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19) leading the NFL in sacks as the Bengals try to re-discover their once golden touch at protecting the passer.
Dave Lapham breaks downs the keys to the game against the Buffalo Bills, who lead the AFC with 155 rushing yards per game, averaging 5.28 yards per carry.
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.