Week In Review: A One In A Hundred Week


Week In Review: A One In A Hundred Week

Anthony Muñoz, the greatest Bengal of them all, played in 185 NFL games, eight more in the playoffs and two Super Bowls. It is safe to say he never had a bus ride like the one he had after the last Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday night. That's what happens when you've been selected one of the NFL's 100 best players of all-time.

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Hobson's Choice: Going Deep On Narratives

In the latest edition of Hobson's Choice, Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answers questions from fans about the offseason. Questions include options in the upcoming NFL Draft, free agency and a look at the talent returning in 2020.

Catching Up With Chad In The Show That Never Ends

The last time Chad Johnson caught an NFL ball came in the Super Bowl of eight years ago and the laces might as well be turned the same way because nothing has changed. He just turned 42 but he hasn't turned back.

Housh Giving Burrow Helping Hands

T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who has the most catches in a Bengals season, caught on to LSU quarterback Joe Burrow early. Like back on Sept. 7. And promptly anointed him the best quarterback in the country. Now Houshmandzadeh is helping to train Burrow for his first NFL pass, when another Bengals receiver is the likely target this September.

Gio's Story Inspires The Best

Giovani Bernard, all 5-9 Bengals Man of the Year of him, took a break from helping the kids paint the mural. So did Nate Solder, the Giants Man of the Year, so aptly, standing a foot higher than Bernard. But everyone was standing tall Friday morning before the Super Bowl, one of those rare NFL events you get during the year where all 32 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominees gather in a community spot to give back one more time.

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