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Week 11 Recap: Fingers Off the Panic Button

Before that game I said that if the Bengals went out to the desert and played well but came up short at the end of the game I wouldn’t be that upset, but here we are and I still don’t feel any better. 440 more words


Are the Bengals the real deal?

by Darren Collins

The Cincinnati Bengals were off to their best start in franchise history before Monday night’s 10-6 loss to the Houston Texans. Though it was only their first loss of the season, it summed up the team’s luck for the past four seasons with… 443 more words

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Opinion: Earning Their Stripes

Firstly Who Dey! everybody. I trust after an 8-0 start to the season that each and everyone of you is doing just fine, we are in unchartered waters now and every win is a history-making win and that feels very nice indeed.  974 more words

And Then There Were Three

Coming into week nine of the NFL season, there were four undefeated squads: Broncos, Panthers, Patriots, and Bengals. Not we have three. Andrew Luck’s beard did it’s part to help rain on Peyton Manning’s homecoming to Indianapolis with a Colts’ upset victory. 542 more words


The aftermath, Bengals @ Steelers

Mike Smith gives a game report on Lions @ Chiefs @ Wembley and accounts on how he watched Bengals @ Steelers

Just to clarify I am writing this with a hangover, every half an hour or so a wave of nausea goes through me in the form of a throbbing headache followed by aching arms and loss of concentration. 492 more words

Open Practice Podcast | Jesse Mapati

Jesse and I are talking all Bengals today. We discuss how the Bengals are 6-0 and what that means for the playoffs. How the offense has improved and what Andy Dalton’s new hair affects the team.


Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Let Us Give Thanks

By: Chris Dagonas

This past weekend, for those of you unaware, was Canadian Thanksgiving. A time to meet with family and friends, eat a huge turkey, and walk on eggshells as your uncle starts discussing the upcoming federal election. 1,374 more words