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Week In Review: Offense Has Always Lured Bengals


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Sam Wyche, one of the Bengals' Super Bowl coaches, has heard among the candidates they've interviewed to fill his old job are young and respected offensive minds with great pedigree but not long resumes. That sounds good with the franchise's fifth head coach.

Senior Writer Geoff Hobson spoke with Wyche about the Bengals' long history of finding innovative offensive coaches.

Upcoming Look At 2019 Bengals Free Agents

The NFL offseason offers a chance for the Bengals to get better through the draft and free agency. writer Michael LaPlaca takes a look at all 12 unrestricted free agents and how they performed this past season.

Atkins Named To 2018 PFWA All-AFC Team

Defensive tackle Geno Atkins was named to the 2018 All-AFC Team by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA). Atkins played in all 16 games this season and led the Bengals with 10 sacks. He also led the team in quarterback hits (19) and tackles for losses (13).

The Bengals have the best fans in the NFL. View some of the best photos from the 2018 regular season. Who Dey!

Notebook: Driskel Salutes Murray

Bengals quarterback Jeff Driskel, who went two years and 11 games before he made his first NFL start, is an unabashed admirer of Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray. "To get drafted ninth in the country and then come out and have a Heisman Trophy-winning season is really something," reflected Driskel Tuesday as the football world reacted to Murray declaring for the NFL Draft.

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