Memories to the Max
Max Montoya, the best right guard you don't know, is the best reason for celebrating 50 seasons of Bengals. Montoya isn't the only reason of course, but guys like him are the best reasons. Guys like the two Kennys, quarterback Ken Anderson, and cornerback Ken Riley. Guys like wide receiver Isaac Curtis and tight end Danny Ross. Guys like David Fulcher. If fans can remember how good these guys really were, then that's the best reason. And the stories ....
'88 O-line does it one more time
The 1988 Bengals do it one more time Wednesday night when they gather for dinner and storytelling. Then they run it again Thursday night when they take the field during the Paul Brown Stadium opener (8:20 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) to hear the cheers saluting the 30th anniversary of their Super Bowl stand.
Camp Sam still in session 30 years later
One of those old-time training camps powered by head coach Sam Wyche's new-wave thinking set the table for one of the greatest seasons in Bengals history. That's what those once-in-a-lifetime roommates say 30 years later as they begin the season of reminisce, when they unknowingly became role models for a culture still searching how to bridge gaps. Somehow the '88 Super Bowl Bengals seem not only ahead of their time, but this time.