Bengals Face a Favorable Schedule

The Bengals have done a fine job of putting the week 1 debacle at Baltimore in the past. After that night we knew that the best way to forget about it was to win a few games. Now that Cincinnati has won 2 in a row that game is behind this team. Looking forward, the Bengals next […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Bengals Looking For Three Game Win Streak

After a crushing week 1 loss to division rival Baltimore Ravens, the Cincinnati Bengals have turned it around and made themselves a team to be reckoned with in the AFC.  Their offense has rajado que s been racking up points by utilizing all of the weapons they have to the best of their abilities.  They […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Week 3: Bengals at Redskins

Last week the Bengals managed to defeat the Browns to the tune of 34-27, this week they will be facing an optimistic, yet fragile, Washington Redskins team at FedEx Field. If you want to know why I said the Redskins are fragile, then consider this, Pierre Garcon will not be suiting up for the second […]

September 2012 by Craig

Bengals A Dangerous Match For Redskins

The Cincinnati Bengals bounced back after week 1, where they lost to the Baltimore Ravens, to get a big win in Cleveland against an improving Browns defense.  They will have their hands full this week, but on the other side of the ball.  Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is looking like a real threat […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Bengals Must Stay Consistent To Defeat Redskins

Cincinnati narrowly beat out the Browns this week.  The Redskins could not top the Rams.  Both teams had their positives and negatives.  The Bengals did not look as intimidating as the Redskins on offense but did not allow as many points.  The negative on both sides happened to be the defense.  The Bengals will need […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Bengals Look to Turn Things Around at Home

If the Bengals cannot turn things around at home against the lowly Browns then we might be in for a long season. Losing to the Ravens, a super bowl pick by many as bad as they did is not a good sign but it is definitely not a nail in their coffin. A loss tomorrow […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Bengals Should Have Easy Time with Browns

The Cincinnati Bengals were smoked on Monday Night Football against the Baltimore Ravens but they should have a much easier time of things with the Cleveland Browns. After all, the Ravens are a Super Bowl contender while the Browns could be selecting first overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. However, the Bengals will have to […]

September 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 look to put Monday Night behind

Entering Monday’s season opener against division rival Baltimore the Bengals knew this would be a difficult game to win especially on the road. Going into this game the Ravens have won 10 straight games on their home turf. Unfortunately for Cincinnati they were able to make it 11 straight home wins with relative ease. Before halftime […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Cincinnati Bengals Could Be on the Prowl Against In-State Rival Cleveland Browns

The Cincinnati Bengals, who opened Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens, will have to deal with a short week of preparation for their upcoming home game against the in-state rival Cleveland Browns. Not that it should matter to the NFL odds makers. That’s because, for starters, it doesn’t figure the Bengals will need to do […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger