Week In Review: Offseason Blueprint Comes To Life
If the Ravens' new age offense is symbolic of how and why the Bengals ripped up their defense during the offseason, then Sunday's effort in holding quarterback Lamar Jackson to a career-low three yards rushing and third lowest completion percentage in his 27 starts during the 27-3 loss in Baltimore reflected they're on the right track
Quick Hits: Joe Burrow Vows To Click With A.J. Green
The Bengals play the Colts' top-ranked defense Sunday in Indianapolis and they're going to need A.J. Green to play like A.J. Green. Rookie quarterback Joe Burrow vowed Wednesday to simply improve his chemistry with Green.
Matchup Of The Game: An Old Rookie Quarterback's Encouragement Before A Trip To Peyton Place
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow heads to Peyton Place Sunday to duel the Colts' No. 1 defense where Peyton Manning wrote the textbook two decades ago on how to overcome the trials and tribulations of a rookie franchise quarterback.
Bengals Notebook: A.J. Green Vows To Get Rid Of Frustration
Realizing his sullen sideline demeanor had midwifed a social media soap opera, wide receiver A.J. Green said he's not looking to be moved before the NFL trading deadline and called his relationship with head coach Zac Taylor good after "a great conversation."
Jessie Bates III Ranging To The Elite
Jessie Bates III has an old soul in his new spot among the NFL's top safeties. David Fulcher, the greatest Bengals safety, believes he's headed to the elite with old-school range.
Patience Put To The Test For Bengals' Newcomers And Those Finding Them
Xavier Williams, the Bengals' newest defensive tackle, has made seven tackles in an AFC championship game and suited up for his hometown Chiefs in a Super Bowl. And now he can add this week-and-a-half to his resume after completing the longest free-agent tryout in the history of the Bengals.
Taylor-Made Takes: (Panic) Is Absolutely Not What We're Going To Do
Head coach Zac Taylor sat down with Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson as his team prepares for the game in Indianapolis. The two talked about culture, the improvement of the defense and how his offense is ready to take on the blitz.
How To Watch, Listen & Follow To The Bengals-Colts Game
Tune in to the Week 6 matchup as the Bengals zip up I-74 to face the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. FOX will televise the contest. The Bengals Radio Network, led by Cincinnati flagship stations WLW-AM (700), WCKY-AM (ESPN 1530) and WEBN-FM (102.7) will begin coverage at 11:30 a.m. ET.
Take a walk down memory lane looking back at some of the best images from the Bengals versus Colts series.