The Bengals today returned HB Samaje Perine to the active roster from from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Perine, a fifth-year player out of the University of Oklahoma, had been on Reserve/COVID-19 since Oct. 11.
Bengals Channel Paul Brown And Act Like They've Been There Before In MVP Win Over Chiefs
Bengals center Ted Karras, after his offensive line had kept Joe Burrow so stunningly clean Sunday against the Chiefs' top ten pass rush that he wasn't touched until the next-to-last snap, caught a glimpse of his quarterback walking into the media room in an ice-cold all-burgundy suit. "WoooOoooh," Karras ogled. "B—u---u—rgandy!" After Burrow bested NFL passing yards and touchdown leader Patrick Mahomes for the third time in 2022, the MVP derby turned a shade of orange and black.
Bengals Notebook: Pratt Is 'Playoff P' Again; Evans, Ossai Come Off Bench To Seal It; Take A Bow O-Line (No Chris Jones Sacks)
The Bengals mastered the Chiefs for the third time in 338 days Sunday and speaking of calendars, Cincinnati broke Kansas City's NFL-record streak of 26 straight wins in November and December in a 27-24 victory at Paycor Stadium that was the Chiefs' first December loss since 2018. And it may not have been the playoffs, but they were calling linebacker Germaine Pratt "Playoff P," again because it's been about 10 months and two weeks ago when he preserved the Wild Card win and he was up to his old crunch-time tricks again.