Burrow's Focus Has Collinsworth Recalling His Two Bengals QBs
Maybe no one is better acquainted with Bengals quarterback history than Cris Collinsworth. He has first-hand knowledge. Make that both hands. He caught 1,000-yard seasons from both Ken Anderson and Boomer Esiason, the Bengals NFL MVPs, and he sees a common thread with No. 9. He'd love to see Burrow joined again with Ja'Marr Chase in a draft day reunion. But not so fast. He likes the Bengals receivers, too, such as the guy that tied his Bengals rookie record, Tee Higgins.
Stunned Bengals Savor Life Of Ken Riley
A lot of old teammates took Louis Breeden's lead and spent Sunday reflecting on how lucky they were to be in on the life of Ken Riley. "The first thing I thought of today when I heard was that big smile," said Dave Lapham of Riley's death. "As great a player as he was, he was just an incredible human being."
Remember this New York Sunday? Anderson rebounds for AFC crown
If the Bengals do solve the Jets and old friend Ryan Fitzpatrick Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12), it won't be as improbable as what happened to that 1981 club in the now defunct ball yard known as Shea Stadium. Take an all-time great's crossroads game, a wayward van driver, and broken press box phones and you have one of the more memorable road games in Bengaldom.
Earning Their Stripes: 10 Interesting Facts About The 1981 Bengals
Led by quarterback Ken Anderson, the 1981 Most Valuable Player, and Pro Football Hall of Famer Forrest Gregg on the sidelines, the 1981 Bengals enjoyed a magical run to the Super Bowl. Digging deeper into the numbers, here are 10 surprising facts about one of the greatest teams in Bengals history.
Emmy Award-Winning Broadcaster Cris Collinsworth Featured on NFL Network's 'A Football Life'
Cris Collinsworth: A Football Life' Premieres Friday, November 23 at 8 p.m ET on NFL Network. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features sitdown interviews with Collinsworth, NBC Sports broadcast partner Al Michaels, former NBC Sports president Dick Ebersol, former teammates such as Boomer Esiason and Anthony Munoz, family members and more.
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Bengals Legends Halftime Ceremony: 9/14
As part of the Bengals 50th Season, great players are being recognized at halftime during each home game. Week Two featured more members of the Bengals First 50: Chad Johnson, Cris Collinsworth, Max Montoya, Takeo Spikes, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bill Bergey, and Rich Braham.