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Week In Review: Looking For A Hall Call


Week In Review: Looking For A Hall Call

20 years ago, the Pro Football Hall of Fame wanted Corey Dillon's No. 28 Bengals jersey and cleats from the Sunday of Oct. 22, 2000 game against the Denver Broncos. He broke one of the NFL's oldest records with 278 rushing yards. 20 years later, Dillion believes he's worth of another call, enshrinement to the Hall of Fame.


Gamedey Program - Game 4 vs. Tennessee Titans

Burrow's Rookie Season Marching To NFL & Bengals Record Books

Joe Burrow's next 300-yard game not only ties Andrew Luck's NFL rookie mark of six, but it gives him the most ever by a Bengals quarterback as his Rookie of the Year season marches on with a pace that would also give him franchise records for passing yards, attempts and completions.

Dunlap Savors Decade Of Bengals Memories As He Takes A New Snap

The way Carlos Dunlap sees it, he left the Bengals Wednesday without a position but with a decade of memories he remembers fondly and well. The Bengals on Wednesday finalized the trade that put him on the plane in exchange for back-up center B.J. Finney and a seventh-round pick.

Burrow Named The FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week for Week 7

Quarterback Joe Burrow won his first FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week award for his Week 7 performance against the Cleveland Browns. Burrow completed 35 of 47 passes for 406 yards, three passing touchdowns and one rushing score against Cleveland.

A look back photos from the Bengals series with the Tennessee Titans and Houston Oilers. The Bengals and Titans (formerly Oilers) have met 75 times, making the Titans the third-most played foe in Bengals history. The Bengals and Titans/Oilers were rivals in the old AFC Central Division, playing twice per year in the regular season from 1970-2001.

Bengals Notebook: Youth Looking At Busy Second Half Of Season

The overhaul the Bengals began with new kinds of fresh moves, starting with the organization revamping the coaching staff as thoroughly as it's ever been revamped in 2019, and continuing with nearly $200 million committed this year in free agency at the advent of a once-in-a-century pandemic, took another uncharacteristic turn six days before the NFL trade deadline.

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