After Giovani Bernard's career game charged the Bengals 42-21 victory over the Colts on Sunday, these were the two names buzzing around the Rookie of the Year candidate: James Brooks and Ray Rice.
Cincinnati's dominance at Paul Brown Stadium and in the AFC North continued for another intriguing week when its offense weapons jumped off the paper like they were supposed to.
The turning point of Sunday's 42-21 win for the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium was hotly disputed by the Colts.
Giovani Bernard skated to a career day while Andy Dalton navigated the 25-degree weather with three touchdowns passes to help the Bengals stay unbeaten at Paul Brown Stadium in a 42-28 victory.
The Bengals.com Media Roundtable has checked its radar apps and given the unanimous nod to the outdoor Andy Dalton over the indoor Andrew Luck.
The two quarterbacks who helped usher in the era of instant quarterbacking and put the Bengals and Colts immediately into the playoff mix are on display Sunday.
In a remarkable 20-game stretch that began on Nov. 11, 2012, all sorts of the quarterback species have been unleashed against the Bengals and they have emerged from the brush with a 15-5 record.
Right guard Kevin Zeitler not only showed up with helmet in hand, he also wore it at Thursday morning's practice in Paul Brown Stadium for the first time since he injured his foot.
With 504,142 votes, Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is second among receivers and ninth among all players in Pro Bowl voting.
The Bengals turned to a familiar face to add depth along the offensive line in the person of Dennis Roland.
Head coach Marvin Lewis wouldn't discuss the prospect of leaving left tackle Andrew Whitworth at left guard and starting Anthony Collins at left tackle.
When the Bengals emerged from Qualcomm Stadium with a 15-round 17-10 decision over the Chargers, head coach Marvin Lewis knew exactly whom and what to thank.
When the Bengals offensive line got shuffled early in Cincinnati's 17-10 victory over San Diego on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium, the Bengals dug deep and came up with a season-high 164 rushing yards.
It was supposed to be an AFC West shootout at Qualcomm Stadium, so naturally an AFC North bar-room brawl broke out in a 17-10 Bengals victory.
The Bengals head to San Diego on Friday, a day earlier than usual as they try to cobble together a rarity in Sunday's game.
Bengals safety Chris Crocker knows exactly how important New England refugee Danny Woodhead is to the MVP-type season of Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.
The amazing thing about Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu's second NFL pass against the Browns last week is that he didn't even warm up before the game.
Nickel back Chris Crocker, one of 10 Bengals on the roster trying to reach the playoffs for the fourth time in the last five years, has an idea about his winter wonderland.
When Rey Maualuga returns to middle linebacker next week, he desperately wants to pick up where he left off when he just so happened to be playing the best of his five seasons.
With the Bengals holding a lead of two-and-one-half games in the AFC North Division, the NFL has directed the club to begin sending invoices to season ticket holders for potential home playoff games.
After watching his team head into the bye week scoring 31 points in less than 15 minutes after combining for 37 in the 128 minutes of the previous two games, Marvin Lewis knows one thing: he's not going to have to worry about his quarterback's confidence.
The Bengals lost one of their charter coaches over the weekend when Jack Donaldson, a Paul Brown disciple who worked on the club's first 10 coaching staffs, died in Cincinnati.
Marvin Lewis was apparently not happy with WILL linebacker Vontaze Burfict and the media for Burfict's postgame comments about retaliation.
The best measurement of depth is that roster dance called special teams and in Sunday's desperate second quarter with the AFC North on the line they delivered 17 of the franchise-record 31 points to ignite the 41-20 victory.
If you want to know where the Bengals get this new brew of take-no-prisoners resiliency, you can find it in all corners of the locker room.
The locker room agreed that linebacker James Harrison's interception with the Bengals trailing, 13-0, turned the game.
In true AFC North fashion against a backdrop only the Weather Channel could love in a blustery, on-again, off-again second-half rain, the 7-4 Bengals seized control of the division with a 41-20 victory.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton throws for three touchdowns and adds another on the ground, as the Bengals defeat the Indianapolis Colts 42-28 in Week 14 of NFL action.