Bengals Look To Make the Leap Following Free Agency and Leading Into Draft

It was thought to be the season that would break the streak, but after it was all set and done, the playoff losing streak extended to seven games, the third longest in NFL history. The Cincinnati Bengals earned a Wild Card spot and had to go to Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis, Indiana without their […]

April 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Bengals Release Green-Ellis

The Law-Firm is no longer a Bengal. Jason La Canfora initially broke the news, and the organization announced it shortly there-after.  Head Coach Marvin Lewis said, “It’s very difficult to release such a fine player and person as BenJarvus”. BenJavrus Green-Ellis was an undrafted rookie in 2008 when he made his debut with the New […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet
Face of a Franchise?

Is Dalton the “Face of the Franchise”?

Andy Dalton is the most divisive player amongst Bengals fans – most think he is terrible, while a select think he is actually pretty good. I guess that doesn’t really make him divisive so much as subject to significant criticism, something that comes with being a professional quarterback. The issue with Dalton has certainly not […]

April 2014 by John Lenhart
Like 2012, the Bengals should be looking to add a corner in the first round

Draft Day is Near and the Bengals Have a Huge Need

THE BENGALS NEED TO DRAFT A CORNERBACK (I apologize for yelling). The current cornerback corps includes Leon Hall, undoubtedly the best corner on the team. However, he is no longer one of the best up-and-coming corners in the league.  Instead, he is a 29-year-old coming off of back-to-back season ending Achilles injuries. Although he played […]

April 2014 by John Lenhart

AJ Green – Is He Worth the Investment?

There is no disputing the fact that Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is one of the most promising players at his position in the league.  As a result of his superior talents, Mr. Green has been the focal point of the Bengals offense since his arrival in Cincinnati.  Despite the coaching staff’s declarations that the […]

February 2014 by John Lenhart
Mike Zimmer

Life Without Mike (Zimmer)

Although it came as no surprise, the news that Mike Zimmer left the Cincinnati Bengals to become the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings is potentially a huge loss for Cincinnati going forward.  Zimmer has been the mastermind behind one of the league’s most consistent defenses over the last half-decade, doing so with a roster […]

January 2014 by John Lenhart

Bengals vs. Cowboys Game Preview

After a tragic day for the Cowboys and the rest of the NFL that resulted in Jerry Brown sadly passing away and Josh Brent arrested and charged with manslaughter, today’s game will be played with heavy hearts. It’s not easy to talk about a tragedy that ended a life and then transition into football, but the […]

December 2012 by Craig

Dalton Shows Up Palmer in 34-10 Rout Against Raiders

Before the 2011 NFL season, Carson Palmer told the Cincinnati Bengals to trade him or he’ll retire, so the Bengals responded by drafting quarterback Andy Dalton. Palmer was eventually dealt to the Raiders for a load of draft picks, and today was the first time Palmer has returned to Cincinnati to play the Bengals since […]

November 2012 by Craig

Game Preview: Bengals vs Raiders

The Bengals have crawled their way out of the abyss and are now 5-5 and only one game behind the Pittsburgh Steelers for the wildcard spot in the AFC. They will look to continue their surge to get over .500 once again when they host the Oakland Raiders at 1:00pm EST today. The Oakland Raiders […]

November 2012 by Craig

Bengals vs. Broncos Game Preview

The Cincinnati Bengals will face a tough test on Sunday when they host Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. The Broncos have been on fire lately and lead their division with a 4-3 record, however, three of those wins came in their last four games. On the other hand, the Bengals have had a tough […]

November 2012 by Craig