Bengals running back Kenny Watson signed his one-year tender at $656,000. Watson, 27, is coming off a solid year as the Bengals third down back with 25 catches for 171 yards and a touchdown. While Rudi Johnson lugged a team-record 361 times, Watson had 6.2 yards per carry on 26 runs, the second most attempts on the club.
All Hands On Deck In Bengals Defensive Walk-Off Win
All forms of player acquisition and development were on display during Saturday night's last three snaps as the Bengals fended off the noise, injury, history and the Raiders from their own nine-yard-line for the rarest of sights. A defensive walk-off win in the playoffs.
Bengals Next Playoff Stop In Tennessee in Even Stat Matchup With Titans
Joe Burrow tries to do what the Bengals' two NFL MVP quarterbacks never did. He'll try and win a road playoff game Saturday (4:30 p.m.-Cincinnati's Local 12) in Tennessee against the AFC's top-seeded Titans in what is unfolding as an even-steven statistical matchup.