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|11||@Raiders||W 32 - 13||1||1|
|9||Browns||L 16 - 41||1||1|
|8||@Jets||L 31 - 34||1||1|
|7||@Ravens||W 41 - 17||1||1|
|6||@Lions||W 34 - 11||1||1|
|5||Packers||L 22 - 25||1||1|
|4||Jaguars||W 24 - 21||1||1|
|3||@Steelers||W 24 - 10||1||1|
|2||@Bears||L 17 - 20||1||1|
|1||Vikings||W 27 - 24||1||1|
Offensive Line Career
A versatile veteran offensive lineman, Spain joined Cincinnati as a free agent midseason last year and went on to play a key role on the offensive line over the second half of the year ... Played in final nine games (eight starts) for the Bengals, and started games at ROT, RG and LG ... Made Bengals debut on Oct. 25 vs. Tennessee, just two days after signing, and took over at RG after Cincinnati's first offensive series ... Despite playing entire NFL career as an interior offensive lineman, he started Nov. 15 at Pittsburgh at ROT, as Bengals' OL was hit hard with injuries and COVID-19 ... Originally a college free agent signee of the Titans in 2015, and spent four seasons ('15-18) with Tennessee before joining Buffalo prior to '19 season.
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.
Matchup Of The Game: Bonding Amid Nastiness Lifts Bengals O-Line
Thursday night dinners. Grades for "Nasty Finish Double-Plus Knockdowns." Two long fourth quarter touchdown runs against the big, bad Ravens. Welcome to the Bengals' new and improved offensive line.
Quinton Spain's Birthdays Help Age Young Bengals O-Line
Quinton Spain, the Bengals starting left guard who stuck around to give the offensive line more birthdays, has been wearing it every Aug. 7 since his buddy Cody Ford gave it to him in Buffalo. Now he's giving something back to the kids in the room.
Quinton Spain Re-Signs With The Bengals
The Bengals signed unrestricted free agent G Quinton Spain to a one-year contract for the 2021 season. Spain last season signed with Cincinnati as a free agent on Oct. 30 and went on to play in each of the Bengals' final nine games, making eight starts at three different positions (RG, LG and ROT).
Apple Catches Bengals' Eye While Reports Have Spain Return
The Bengals are hoping cornerback Eli Apple's enormous talents find a home after reports have them welcoming back guard Quinton Spain.
Bengals Notebook: Burrow's Trip To IR Starts Rehab; Getting Rust Off QBs; Spain Lifts O-Line
The move was perfunctory and predictable but that didn't take the sting out of the words Monday when the Bengals placed Joe Burrow on injured reserve with "a left knee injury," and ended one of their most spectacular rookie seasons ever.
Joe Burrow Placed On Reserve/Injured List; Quinton Spain & Brandon Allen Signed Off The Practice Squad
Joe Burrow, the No. 1 overall pick of this year's NFL Draft out of Louisiana State University, suffered a left knee injury in team's game at Washington on Sunday. The injury will require surgery and rehabilitation, though the team's medical professionals expect him to fully recover and be back to lead the team next season.
Joe Mixon To The Reserve/Injured list Among Four Bengals Player Moves
The Bengals made the following roster moves ahead of Week 11. Placed HB Joe Mixon on the Reserve/Injured list, elevated G Quinton Spain and CB Jalen Davis from the practice squad to the active roster and returned S Trayvon Henderson to the practice squad from the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Hubbard, Phillips, Ross Among Bengals Player Moves Ahead Of Week 10 At Pittsburgh
The Bengals activated DE Sam Hubbard from the Reserve/Injured list and placed WR John Ross III and CB Darius Phillips on the Reserve/Injured list. The team also elevated WR Stanley Morgan, CB Jalen Davis, G Quinton Spain and DT Kahlil McKenzie from the practice squad to the active roster for Sunday's game at Pittsburgh.
How Q Helped Execute The Xs And Os Of A Resourceful Bengals Victory
Quinton Spain, "Q," as he's now known at Paul Brown Stadium, figures when Sunday's game began he knew more guys on the other sideline than his own because it was the Titans that signed him undrafted all those years ago. But certainly by the time the Bengals were celebrating that breezy 31-20 victory, the man who calls himself "Mr. Undrafted," had pretty much made everyone's acquaintance after one of the more remarkable debuts in Bengals history.