|18||@Browns||L 16 - 21||1||0|
|17||Chiefs||W 34 - 31||1||0|
|16||Ravens||W 41 - 21||0||0|
|15||@Broncos||W 15 - 10||1||1|
|14||49ers||L 23 - 26||0||0|
|13||Chargers||L 22 - 41||0||0|
|12||Steelers||W 41 - 10||0||0|
|11||@Raiders||W 32 - 13||0||0|
|9||Browns||L 16 - 41||0||0|
|8||@Jets||L 31 - 34||0||0|
|7||@Ravens||W 41 - 17||1||0|
|6||@Lions||W 34 - 11||1||0|
|5||Packers||L 22 - 25||0||0|
|4||Jaguars||W 24 - 21||0||0|
|3||@Steelers||W 24 - 10||0||0|
|2||@Bears||L 17 - 20||0||0|
|1||Vikings||W 27 - 24||0||0|
Offensive Line Career
A 2019 mid-season waiver acquisition from Pittsburgh, the 6-6, 325-pound Johnson has displayed versatility in Cincinnati with starts at both G and OT ... Started two games at RG in 2020, along with one at ROT and three at LOT ... Bengals are 4-1 over his two seasons when he starts at one of the OT positions, and in those contests they've rushed for a combined 4.7 yards per carry and nine TDs while allowing just three total sacks ... Enters 2021 with 18 career games played and seven starts — four at LOT, two at RG and one at ROT ... Played four seasons (2015-18) at Florida, and saw time at both RG and RT.
Giovani Bernard & New Offensive Line Stepped Up Against Tennessee | Bengals Better Together
With the Bengals starting four new starting offensive linemen due to injury, running back Giovani Bernard and the offense came together to have one of their best performances of the season in Week 8 against the Tennessee Titans. Better Together, presented by Fifth Third Bank.
Bengals Offensive Line Seeks Chemistry
With so little work on the field compared to past seasons, offensive line coach Jim Turner indicated the offense is still trying to find out what it can do best. It's the first of October and the offensive line continues to chase after that chemistry that's so elusive even when they have a spring and pre-season games.
Matchup Of The Game: Fast Learner Fred Johnson Gets Another Rep Against One of NFL's Best
New Bengals right guard Fred Johnson has proven to be a quick learner everywhere he's been. From the moment he walked into the library at Royal Palm Beach High School in West Palm Beach, Fla., when he was a junior. The monitor that day happened to be the school's offensive coordinator and even though Johnson didn't play any sports he suggested he come out for the team. The big kid has been learning ever since and another lesson looms Sunday against Eagles Pro Bowler Fletcher Cox.