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Week In Review: Super Bowl Blitz


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What better way to celebrate the Bengals' 30th-anniversary of Super Bowl XXIII than an uncut and unplugged one-on-one with Bengals legend Boomer Esiason. Senior Writer Geoff Hobson sat down with Esiason to discuss the organization's changes, comparisons with the 1988 team and protecting quarterbacks in today's NFL.

Boomer Backs Andy

As the Bengals' new era beckons, Boomer Esiason remains an Andy Dalton guy. Esiason, the CBS studio analyst celebrating the 30th anniversary of leading the Bengals to the Super Bowl, thinks Cincinnati's head coaching search bodes well for Dalton.

The Bengals partnered with Campbell's and joined the Wyoming High School football team at the Freestore Foodbank to tackle local hunger.

Campbell's Chunky and Bengals Partnership Tackles Local Hunger

Campbell's Chunky donated 25,000 cans of soup on Tuesday, or more than 50,000 servings, to the Freestore Foodbank as the final part of the "2018 Tackle Hunger" program, a partnership between Campbell Soup Company and the Bengals.

Bengals' Top Next Gen Stats Performances

Per the NFL, player tracking or Next Gen Stats, is the capture of real time location data, speed and acceleration for every player, every play on every inch of the field. Sensors throughout the stadium track tags placed on players' shoulder pads, charting individual movements within inches. With that in mind, here are some of the Bengals' top analytic performances from this past season.

Other Noteworthy Items

  • A photo gallery of Ben-Gals Cheerleader Abby who performed at the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl.
  • Former Bengals tackle Andrew Whitworth looks back at his 11 seasons in Cincinnati before playing in Super Bowl LIII.
  • An in-depth look at customized helmets and the positive impact with Bengals players.
  • Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick donated $4,500 to Gadsen City High School's locker room renovation project.

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