Week In Review: Streaking Back To The Future
In the latest "Week In Review," a look at how the Bengals have become one of the hottest teams in the NFL riding a two-game winning streak as they close the 2020 regular season. When Bengals safety Vonn Bell blew up Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster for that game-changing fumble a week ago, former Bengal Andrew Whitworth can be forgiven if he flashed back to a November 2008 primetime game in Pittsburgh that didn't win the game but set a positive tone for the next season.
Taylor-Made Takes: 'A Lot Of Things On The Table This Week' To Play For Vs. Ravens
In his weekly discussion with Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson, head coach Zac Taylor talks about his confidence as a play-caller, the need for flexibility and keeping it light with Joe Burrow.
Memes, Dreams, and the Bengals Content Machine: A 2020 Recap and Looking Forward to the New Year
You may have noticed some big changes to the Bengals' social media accounts this year. Those changes are part of a concerted effort to invest in and reimagine our content and engagement with our fans.
Hobson's Choice: Holiday Missives From Bengaldom
Bengals fans submitted questions about early prediction's for the team's first round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, player development and free agent targets in the latest edition of Hobson's Choice.
Bengals Notebook: Lawson's Season Of Goosebumps And Goals
Smart, quotable and candid, Bengals right end Carl Lawson is a media favorite and if free safety Jesse Bates III isn't the Bengals Defensive Player of the Year, then the Bengals hit king is. From stopping the option to dietary options, he'll break it down for you.
Allen Has Bengals Offense All Systems Go In Houston
While J.J. Watt questioned his team's professionalism after the Texans' 37-31 loss Sunday in Houston, the Bengals celebrated their work ethic in their second turnover-free victory in six days. A big reason for that was the play of quarterback Brandon Allen, who won the FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week award for his Week 16 performance against the Texans.
Bengals Notebook: Scouting Higgins To A Tee
Here is why some numbers matter and many more don't. Take Bengals rookie wide receiver Tee Higgins. Higgins is one catch away from one of Bengaldom's Holy Grails, as well as 92 yards away from walking the A.J. Green 1,000-yard red carpet.
Other Noteworthy Items
- Week 17 game preview as the Bengals host the Ravens on Sunday at 1 p.m.
- Bengals named Geno Atkins as the team's 2020 winner of the Ed Block Courage Award.
- Week 17 NFL Game Capsule.
- The Bengals signed S Trayvon Henderson to the practice squad.