Week In Review: Fine Tuning The Offense

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Week In Review: Fine Tuning The Offense

Fans won’t see the Bengals No. 1 offense for 16 more days, until quarterback Andy Dalton stomps his foot to get the silent count going in the din of Seattle. But if you’ve been listening closely, they’ve bought into what new head coach Zac Taylor is selling in that offensive playbook.

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Knee-Jerk Reaction: Lawson, Rodney Star

The knee-jerk reaction from the Bengals’ 25-23 preseason loss to the Giants at Paul Brown Stadium Thursday night is that their most scrutinized ACL surgeries have to be pronounced a success after pass rusher Carl Lawson operated on Giants No. 1 left tackle Nate Solder and rooking running back Rodney Anderson left the Giants middle in stitches on four catches for 51 yards during their season debuts.

Hobson's Choice Mailbag: Kicking It

In the latest edition of Hobson's Choice, Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answers questions from fans about position battles, the team's 4-3 defense and the future of quarterback Andy Dalton and the kicking battle in training camp.

Wash For Wishes On Saturday, Aug. 24

The Hillman Group is partnering with the Bengals on their annual “Wash for Wishes,” benefiting Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, on August 24th from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at 4500 Cooper Road #304, Cincinnati, OH. Special appearances by: Current Bengals players, Bengals legends, The Ben-Gals, Who-Dey & other local celebrities.

Bengaldom Mourns Benson

Cedric Benson, the brutish running back who bridged two eras of Bengals playoff football with three straight 1,000-yard seasons, died over the weekend from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident. A look remembering his life and career with the Bengals.

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