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Super Bowl Bengals Begin Offseason Script Revisions Celebrating '21 Blockbuster
After the first February game in Bengals history, the cast and crew is on a tight schedule with Wednesday serving as both the unofficial end of the 2021 season and the start of 2022 offseason in an effort to come up with the ultimate sequel.
Bengals Grit Through The Pain And Try To Savor Sweet Season
LOS ANGELES _ Even as Aaron Donald released Joe Burrow from his ever-present fourth-and-one clutches at midfield with 39 seconds left to secure Super Bowl LVI for the Rams and send the Bengals to a 23-20 loss, Bengals fans were no doubt cataloging it among the great heartbreaks in franchise history. But Burrow wanted his guys to savor the season instead of trash it.
No Storybook Ending As Bengals Come Up Short , 23-20, In Super Bowl LVI
In the Hollywood foothills Sunday, the Bengals took an improbable story that would have been rejected by any scriptwriter in town, but couldn't produce their first ever Lombardi Trophy in a heartbreaking 23-20 loss to the Rams on the steamy sound stage of Super Bowl LVI.
Media Roundtable: Super Sauna Bowl Bengals Look To Turn Up The Heat
A Bengals franchise that won one of the two coldest NFL games ever tries to win its first NFL championship Sunday in what may be the hottest Super Bowl ever behind the young quarterback nicknamed Joe Cool. The Bengals.com Media Roundtable turns up the heat on Super Bowl LVI.
Matchup Of The Game: Super Advice From Canton: "Your Eyes Have To Be As Intense As Your Body'
The analysts are now picking at bones from a Thanksgiving feast after exhausting the matchup between the Bengals offensive line and the Rams defensive line. Here's a look from the Bengals last Super Bowl left tackle.
Bengals Jottings From Super Bowl: Boyd Looking For Return Flight; A Trainer's View Of Comeback Joe; Newest HOF Tackle Boselli Backs Willie
Emptying a reporter's notebook at a Super Bowl: Tyler Boyd knows the winner's share ... Long-time Bengals trainer Paul Sparling has a unique view of Joe Burrow ... Tony Boselli got in and Willie Anderson, but Boselli knows Anderson is worthy.
Super Quick Hits: Bengals Heat Waved In L.A.; Ohio Title Game Loss Still Haunts Burrow; Joey B Admires Stafford; Zac Never Doubted As He Praises Bosses' Patience
As the Bengals began their week of practice for Super Bow LVI against the big, bad Rams, the heat turned up. With the Bengals looking to play their hottest game ever in head coach Zac Taylor's three seasons in what may be the hottest Super Bowl in history, L.A. baked with a high of 87 degrees with more of the same as the week continues.
No. 24 And Why A Bengals Coach Hopes It's a Super Number All These Years Later
Bengals cornerbacks coach Steven Jackson has been talking about this game to his guys all season. Ever since the Titans were cleaning out stuff in Nashville this summer and shipped him his No. 24 jersey he wore in the last Super Bowl of the 1990s.
In His Neighborhood, Bengals O-Line Borrowing Wooden's Pyramid For Its Tallest Test Vs. Rams Greats
Bengals offensive line coach Frank Pollack, who once painted a Super Bowl end zone the week his 49ers beat the Chargers, has an even more delicate task in his return to the big game 27 years later.
Super Bowl Quote Board: Bengals Anti Diva WRs; Hobby's Horses; D-Lou; Stan The Man
Best of Tuesday's Zoom news conferences from the Bengals assistant coaches ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl LVI against the Rams at SoFi Stadium. It's the first thing they did once they arrived at their Super Bowl headquarters on the campus of UCLA.
Big Game Vonn Bell Eyes The Biggest One Of Them All
Vonn Bell has paired the most famous interception in Bengals history with the play that put teeth in the Zac Attack and spawned this next eight days of history that ends in Sunday's Super Bowl LVI against the Rams. The man who once had the nickname "Dr. Kills," is never surprised what his son does in the biggest moments.
Mike Brown Meets The Rams Again For Another NFL Championship
You're going to get dizzy from all these people coming full circle at Super Bowl LVI between the building Bengals and the high-rise Rams at the end of what Bengals president Mike Brown calls "a storybook season." Brown, who advised his exiled father to revive his career in Cincinnati and kept the Bengals here 30 years later, is enjoying it as much as anyone.
Bittersweet Ride For Bengals' Longest Serving Coach As Darrin Simmons Oversees A Very Special Postseason
With a farmer's radar squint and a harvest's work ethic to match, Darrin Simmons watched the biggest cash crop of his winding quarter century in the NFL come in fewer than 500 miles from the family farm.