Week In Review: WhoDey In The UK

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Week In Review: WhoDey In The UK

Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson sat down with head coach Zac Taylor to talk about going against his old boss and team when the Bengals travel to London to play Sean McVay's Rams Sunday at Wembley Stadium. Taylor talks about what qualities he admires in McVay and why Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is the best player he's ever seen on tape.

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Matchup Of The Game: Bengals O-Line Vs. Canton In London

As one Bengals coach observed a few days ago on how to block this traveling Hall of Fame exhibit making an international stop Sunday at Wembley Stadium, "It takes a village."

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Bengals Try To Work The System

Zac Taylor's Bengals come face-to-face with their offensive DNA this Sunday in London when they play Sean McVay's Rams. Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan made it clear Monday that they remain committed to the same guiding principles over the long haul.

Notebook: Big Willie Summit

Willie Anderson, the greatest right tackle in Bengals history, came into town last weekend as one of the franchise's ten legends helping celebrate the NFL's 100th birthday. After Sunday's game he bumped into current right tackle Bobby Hart after a downtown dinner as Hart called out to him with a Harty, "Hey Big Willie." Hart wanted to "talk ball," and he couldn't have picked a better guy because no one talks football more enthusiastically and passionately than Anderson.

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