Week In Review: Offense Studies Chemistry


Week In Review: Offense Studies Chemistry

The Bengals' search for their first victory matches their probe for offensive identity. One week it looks like first-year head coach Zac Taylor's staff solves one problem but then gets challenged by another. However, Week 12 poses a new opportunity as the Bengals host the Steelers on Sunday at 1 p.m.

Huber Keeps Kicking

When Kevin Huber makes his way to the Paul Brown Stadium field to either punt or hold Sunday against the Steelers, it is for the 169th time and ties Lee Johnson for the most games by a Bengals punter. And in the midst of his best season in years, he's not looking to stop.

Matchup Of The Game: Tupou Emerges In Middle

Nick Eason, the Bengals defensive line coach, is showing you why the NFL is a coach's league in the run up to Sunday's rematch against the Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium. It is after Wednesday's practice and Eason is talking to you, no, make that raving to you, about third-year defensive tackle Josh Tupou.

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Taylor-Made Takes: On Finley: 'We Want To See A Bigger Sample Size'

Head coach Zac Taylor sat down with Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson this week to discuss why rookie quarterback Ryan Finley figures to play the rest of the season, his play-calling against the Raiders, how well his defense played in Oakland and the dominance of the special teams.

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