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

Bengals Drop Second Straight in Cleveland

Two weeks ago I wrote that the Bengals had 3 straight winnable games and had a good shot at getting to 6-1. Well so much for that. If the Bengals do not make the playoffs this season they can look back at these 2 games against Miami at home and at Cleveland, two teams they […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido

Bengals Drop Game to Inferior team at Home

If the Bengals have any aspirations of winning their division and playing home games in January they cannot afford losses such as this. Great teams beat the teams they are supposed to beat. The Bengals failed to do this Sunday falling to the Dolphins 17-13. Coming into the game Miami was playing some good football […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido

Bengals Add to Their Win Streak in Jacksonville

The Bengals walked into EverBank Field in Jacksonville worked Jacksonville over with relative ease. The Bengals are starting to hit their stride offensively and defensively making them a tough team to deal with. Andy Dalton and AJ Green are heading into the conversation as the best quarterback and wide receiver connection in the NFL. I […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido

Bengals Have Ace in Green

When the Cincinnati Bengals went into the 2011 NFL Draft, they knew that they had to rework an offense that badly needed a facelift. Gone were the days of WR TJ Houshmanzadeh and WR Chad Johnson catching passes from QB Carson Palmer. They drafted WR AJ Green and coupled him with QB Andy Dalton, and […]

October 2012 by FT-Blogger

Marvin Lewis Not Pleased in Wednesday’s Presser (As To be Expected)

After your team loses 44-13 in their season opener, chances are even 2 days later after breaking down the game film you will not find many positives. His was able to point out a few positives, commenting on Andre Hawkins breakout night and the lack of offensive penalties in a hostile environment. Other then that […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Bengals Come Close, but not Close Enough

The Bengals put up a great fight against the Steelers on November 13, 2011 and were close to taking sole possession of first place in the AFC North, but the Steelers defense buckled down and refused to let the Bengals walk away in first place. It was one touchdown that separated the score between the […]

November 2011 by bengals360

Rookies Shine Again as Bengals Defeat Seahawks 34-12

Surprise, surprise! The Bengals are now a solid 5-2 and can be classified as contenders to win the AFC North, or at lease vie for a wild card spot. In the 32-12 victory over the Seahawks, the Bengals again saw great production from rookie QB Andy Dalton. In spite of the 2 interceptions thrown by […]

November 2011 by bengals360

Physical Bengals Improve to 4-2

The Bengals hosted the disappointing Indianapolis on October 16, 2011, and played a physical game that they won 27-17, which helped them improve to a surprising 4-2 record. During this victory, Andy Dalton continued to make Bengals fans forget about Carson Palmer, and give us hope that the future of Cincinnati football is bright. Dalton […]

October 2011 by bengals360

Bengals Pride Displayed in Loss

The Bengals may have lost, and you may be able to change the word pride with future, but Bengals fans have a lot to be excited about. Yes the Bengals lost, but Dalton threw for 332 yards on 27 of 41 throwing, A.J. Green had 10 catches with 124 yards and a touchdown, maybe those […]

September 2011 by bengals360