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    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow has a great theory on why the Bengals don’t have many COVID-19 issues. Right now, teams around the NFL are being absolutely hammered by the virus, and it seems like there’s another major outbreak with a new team every day. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Yet, the Bengals have managed to not get caught up in the situation. Why is that? According to Joe Burrow, a lack of fun things to do in the city is helping! Aaron Rodgers Drops Great Advice About The COVID-19 Debate, And It’s Perfect Common Sense https://t.co/AAhie2IpqZ — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 23, 2021 “Fortunately, there’s not a ton to do in Cincinnati. So, nobody is going out to the clubs and bars and getting COVID every weekend,” Burrow told the media Wednesday. You can watch his full comments in the video below. Here’s Joe Burrow talking about Cincinnati’s nightlife and the team doing a good job of steering clear of COVID-19 (via @bengals) pic.twitter.com/d3Op1oFJoL — Santa Baby (@Ben_Baby) December 22, 2021...
    Joe Burrow led the Cincinnati Bengals to the team’s second win over the Pittsburgh Steelers this season, and he made clear he and the team have bigger goals than just knocking down a divisional rival. The Bengals moved to 7-4 with the win. He was asked after the game if there was any significance about beating the Steelers twice in a season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Jeff Dean) "We're 2-0 against them. We have higher aspirations than beating the Steelers right now," Burrow said. The Bengals won the game 41-10. Burrow was 20-for-24 with 190 passing yards, a touchdown, a rushing touchdown and an interception. He was only sacked twice and gave some insight as to how the offensive was able to keep some of the Steelers’ fearsome pass rushers at bay. PACKERS' DAVANTE ADAMS REVEALS HE SHOT DOWN ODELL BECKHAM JR'S INITIAL JERSEY SWAP...
    Next1 of 25Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse PITTSBURGH, PA – SEPTEMBER 26: Jackson Carman #79 of the Cincinnati Bengals in action against the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 26, 2021, at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) Classic rivalries like Packers-Bears and Giants-Cowboys help make the NFL great. Here’s how the 25 best NFL rivalries of all-time rank. One of the things that makes the NFL great is its tremendous rivalries. Fans can always look forward to excellent theater when two bitter rivals meet on the gridiron, such as the annual bloodbath between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens or any NFC East showdown’s epic stakes. How do the NFL’s rivalries compare to each other? Let’s break down the 25 most impactful rivalries in the history of the league, beginning with a good old-fashioned AFC North showdown.25. Top NFL rivalries – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals All-Time Record: Steelers lead 67-37 First Meeting: Nov. 2, 1970 (Steelers 21, Bengals 10) Last Meeting: Sept. 26, 2021 (Bengals 24, Steelers 10) Postseason History: Steelers...
    A year ago, defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale was critical of the Cincinnati Bengals after they kicked a late field goal to ruin the Ravens’ shutout in a 27-3 victory. On Sunday, the Ravens’ coaching staff was saluting the Bengals after a 24-point win that put Cincinnati (5-2) in first place in the AFC North after seven weeks. There was much discussion about whether there was a shift in power brewing in the division before the season started, but the Bengals made it official Sunday. They crushed the Ravens, 41-17, and made Baltimore (5-2) appear as lifeless as the Los Angeles Chargers, who the Ravens whipped, 34-6, last week. Ravens coach John Harbaugh has always been reluctant to wave the white flag. He has traditionally played his starting quarterbacks to the bitter end in almost every game, regardless of the score. But once Cincinnati went ahead 41-17 with about seven minutes remaining, Harbaugh pulled starter Lamar Jackson. It was no más. “They came into a division game on the road and played great, and they won and beat us,” Harbaugh...
    The Ravens had their worst performance of the season in a lopsided 41-17 home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Here are five things we learned Sunday afternoon: The Ravens cannot dwell on a humiliating defeat any more than they did on a proud victory. The Ravens entered with a 5-1 record built on one-score victories and a single blowout. They exited as victims of a pummeling that sent them into their bye week facing serious questions about their status as an AFC contender. We’re talking about what happened Sunday, right? Well, yes, but we could also be describing the events of Oct. 21, 2012, when the Ravens fell, 43-13, to the Houston Texans. That story ended 3 ½ months later in New Orleans, with Joe Flacco clutching a Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award. This is not to say the Ravens are destined to win the Super Bowl because they ate a blowout in Week 7. It’s just to say that one week is one week in the NFL. It’s not unusual for an eventual champion to be embarrassed on...
    Teyana Taylor: How ‘Miss You Sex Adds to Marriage With DWTS Iman Shumpert Stimulus News: Latest Round of Golden State Payments Worth Up to $1,100 Set to Hit On October 31 Turns out “patience” isn’t a four-letter word in the NFL after all. The Cincinnati Bengals handed then-36-year-old Zac Taylor the keys to the franchise in 2019. At the time, the move drew little notice outside Cincinnati, for obvious reasons: nobody knew who Zac Taylor was, and nobody much cared about the Bengals, either. Hell, the last time the Bengals won a playoff game was in 1991 over the Houston Oilers, that’s how off-the-radar the franchise had been. So when the Bengals went 2-14 to earn the No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft, the prevailing assumption wasn’t, “Hey, good for them,” but rather, “How’s Cincinnati going to screw up Joe Burrow?” Sure enough, Burrow lasted all of 10 games before suffering a devastating knee injury. The greater NFL felt bad for Burrow, but nobody was really surprised. This was Cincinnati, after all. Good news usually flies right over...
    Joe Burrow thinks the SEC is much louder than the NFL. The Bengals absolutely destroyed the Ravens 41-17 Sunday, and hostile NFL environments don’t seem to impact Burrow at all. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) “We knew that they were gonna be jacked up for us to come in, and expecting to beat our ass. But we were ready for it. Playing in the SEC definitely, definitely helped. Gets way louder in the SEC than in any of these NFL stadiums,” Burrow, who won the Heisman at LSU, told Peter King in his latest Football Morning in America column when talking about playing the Ravens.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) As someone who has attended multiple major college football games and a lot of NFL games, these comments from Burrow don’t surprise me at all. Major college football stadiums are almost always bigger than NFL stadiums and fans are...
    As the Kansas City Chiefs struggle and the Tennessee Titans are thriving, the balance with the AFC playoff picture has shifted this season. With the Tennessee Titans running through their foes to get the season started, they’re in a great position to take control of the AFC. That’s especially true as the Kansas City Chiefs continue to find new ways to lose and disappoint their fans. It’s still early, but the Titans are seemingly in a great spot to go through this season as the best team in the AFC. After thrashing the Chiefs, the Titans are 5-2 and should be able to cruise through most of their remaining opponents. Tennessee has games against the Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints, Houston Texans, New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers, and Miami Dolphins up ahead. Considering the fact that most of those foes are pretty dysfunctional, it’s fair to expect that this slate of games should lead to a few relatively easy wins for the Titans. The Tennessee Titans are off to a great start...
    Getty Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd runs after a catch against cornerback Marlon Humphrey and the Baltimore Ravens. The Baltimore Ravens are riding two five-game win streaks heading into Week 7, one against their 2021 opponents and the second against their opponent on Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens have outscored the Bengals 161-57 in those last five meetings, the first of which was the first NFL start for Baltimore’s star quarterback, Lamar Jackson. But Cincinnati will come into the game with a revamped roster and a newfound determination to take down their AFC North rivals. “It’s time to flip the script. It’s time to take over the throne,” said Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd yesterday. “It’s time to flip the script… we’re headed in right direction” #Bengals Tyler Boyd against #Ravens pic.twitter.com/gvONOl8BWz — Mike Petraglia (@Trags) October 21, 2021 Boyd has been a thorn in the Ravens’ side in seasons past, most notably on New Year’s Eve in 2017, when the veteran receiver caught a game-winning touchdown to keep Baltimore out of the playoffs. Ravens’ defensive...
    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals have waited a while for a game like this. There’s no point in downplaying it. READ MORE: President Joe Biden Arrives In Baltimore, CNN Town Hall Underway“There’s something to this game,” tight end C.J. Uzomah said. “It is a huge game, and we’re not treating it like a normal game.” After five straight losing seasons, the Bengals have a chance to move into a tie for first atop the AFC North if they can win at division-leading Baltimore on Sunday. Yes, the season is less than half over, but for a Cincinnati team with young standouts at quarterback and receiver, this is a chance for the Bengals to see how they measure up against the team with the conference’s best record. And a team that has dominated the Bengals of late. The Ravens have won five in a row in this series, and the past three haven’t been close. Baltimore beat Cincinnati 49-13 in their second meeting of 2019, then swept the Bengals last season without allowing a touchdown. The Ravens won 27-3 and...
    (CBS Boston) — With six teams on a bye again this week, setting a fantasy lineup is still a challenge. The Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, and Los Angeles Chargers have some of fantasy football’s most productive players on their rosters, and they all have the week off. The available substitutes pale in comparison. One recommended start, if you’re lucky enough to have him stashed on your bench, is Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. The Falcons are coming off a bye week, and will welcome back receiver Calvin Ridley. They also face a Miami Dolphins defense that gives up a whopping 417.8 yards and 29.5 points per game, both among the worst in the league. READ MORE: ‘Make Them Pay When They Miss’: Bears Plan For Sunday's Game Against The BuccaneersCBSSports.com’s Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard and Heath Cummings Sr. have broken down the Week 7 matchups and come up with their best options for you this week. The full list of players is below. To hear their reasoning, check out the video and tune in to the Fantasy Football Today podcast....
    Eva Longoria, 46, hits the beach in a string bikini, more celebs in swimsuits in 2021 50 Easy Things You Should Do To Save Money © Provided by CBS Sports Joe Burrow's first game against the Ravens was a forgettable one. In his fifth career start, the former No. 1 overall pick was sacked seven times as Cincinnati's offense scored just three points. Conversely, Lamar Jackson faced little resistance, as he threw two touchdown passes in leading the Ravens to a 24-point win.  While the Ravens are still formidable, this is not your typical Bengals team. Cincinnati is 4-2 and just one game behind Baltimore in the AFC North division standings. Burrow has played a big role in the Bengals' fast start, along with a defense that is currently fifth in the NFL in points allowed. A win against Baltimore would give Cincinnati sole possession in the AFC North, while a Ravens win would give Baltimore a sizable lead over the rest of the field entering their Week 8 bye.  We'll break down Sunday's game as well as offer...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Bears back to work on Wednesday, but still ailing at left tackle. Larry Borom didn’t practice, while Jason Peters was limited.  CBS 2’s Matt Zahn with some good news from Halas Hall. READ MORE: Christkindlmarket Returning To Daley Plaza And Wrigleyville In November Some good news for the Bears defense: Starting nose tackle Eddie Goldman was back out on the practice field after missing the opener with a knee injury. Maybe he can provide some energy for a unit was apparently lacking it against the Rams. “We didn’t have outcome that we wanted to have. We missed a couple of opportunities that we thought we could have capitalized on. For the most part, we didn’t play with enough energy,” said Bears linebacker Alec Ogletree. The Bears aren’t revealing if they plan to use Justin Fields more against the Bengals, but what they’re saying sure makes it sound like he should play more. READ MORE: Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Reaches Tentative Settlement Over Payments To Man Who Accuses Him Of Abuse “He looked like he...
    Hollywood Pays Tribute to Ed Asner Following the Legendary Actors Death: A Beautiful Human Tips from a trader up 227% this year, plus 5 high-upside altcoins The Cincinnati Bengals wrapped up their preseason on Sunday night following a 29-26 loss to the Miami Dolphins.  AFC North preview: Will the Steelers repeat as division champs? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Skip Bayless on Raiders - Rams scrimmage fight: Jon Grudens reaction shocked me; they happen all the time I UNDISPUTED FOXSports Colin Cowherd reacts to Russell Wilson dropping to No. 12 on the NFL Top 100 list I THE HERD FOXSports Colin Cowherd makes his first revisions to his 2021 NFL predictions I THE HERD FOXSports Fantasy Football Tiers: Tight End Rankings Explained Sports Illustrated Palmer: Broncos have no desire to move on from Drew Lock after Bridgewater decision NFL Baldys top QB-WR duos in 2021 season NFL James Jones lists his Top 10 players of 2021 NFL...
    Fans of the Cincinnati Bengals are reportedly the heaviest drinkers in the NFL. According to a survey from Sports Handle, the Bengals lead the way when it comes to throwing back cold drinks on Sundays during football season. The average Cincinnati fan drinks 5.2 alcoholic beverages a game. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Ravens, Bills, Bears and Panthers rounded out the top five.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) If I was a fan of the Bengals, I’d probably also drink a ton. They’re historically terrible and fans need something to numb the pain. How do I know that? Well, I was born a fan of the Detroit Lions, and we’ve been straight trash pretty much my entire life. If there’s anyone who knows about pain when it comes to the NFL, it’s myself and other fans of the Lions. The Detroit Lions have won 1 playoff game since 1958. In that time period, we’ve had 12 different Presidents, gone to the moon,...
    ‘Fun in the Sun! See Kaitlynn Carters Pregnancy Pics Ahead of 1st Child Covid-19 cases now fall into 3 distinct categories When the Cincinnati Bengals took the field for their first rep of 11-on-11 drills at practice on Tuesday, linebacker Germaine Pratt had a message for the defense. Watch: Cincinnati Bengals 2021 NFL training camp preview Cincinnati Enquirer See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Projecting NFLs key individual stat leaders for 2021 Game Theory NFL Colin Cowherd: I dont know when, but the 49ers are moving Jimmy Garoppolo I THE HERD FOXSports Daily Cover: Sammis Reyes and the Path Never Taken Sports Illustrated NFL warns teams of COVID-19 penalties CBS News Noah Fant: Three tight ends whove inspired my gameplay NFL Colin Cowherd on Tom Brady turning 44: Hes aging in reverse. I cant explain it either I THE HERD FOXSports Travis Kelce Is Not Worth a First Round Pick In Fantasy Football Sports Illustrated Rodgers shares...
    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow participated in the team’s first organized team activities (OTAs) of the offseason on Tuesday while wearing a brace on the left knee that he injured in Week 11 of the 2020 season. Burrow, who tore his left ACL and MCL and suffered partial tears to his meniscus and PCL, said after the practice session that his knee strength is at about 80 to 85% and he believes he will be ready to go for training camp. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "It feels good," Burrow said of his knee. "What we’ve been doing out there today, we’ve been doing for basically the last month… We’re out of the hardest part. Now the fun part begins." Burrow added that he wants to participate in preseason games, but he isn’t sure what plans the Bengals have for him. PACKERS' MATT LAFLEUR ON AARON RODGERS DRAMA: 'WE’RE JUST GOING TO CONTINUE TO TRY TO WORK THROUGH THIS' Burrow, the No. 1 overall pick in last year's NFL Draft, completed 65.3% of his passes for 2,688...
    The third day of the 2021 NFL Draft is in the books. Saturday’s portion of the event saw teams add some value to their rosters as they prepare for training camp and beyond. The final five rounds lasted more than six hours. There were not too many surprises as teams looked for the last couple of pieces that could potentially become unsung heroes immediately or in the future. Here is how the final rounds of the event played out. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM ** Round 4106. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jay Tufele, DT 107. New York Jets: Michael Carter, RB 108. Atlanta Falcons: Darren Hall, CB 109. Tennessee Titans: Dez Fitzpatrick, WR 110. Cleveland Browns: James Hudson, OL 111. Cincinnati Bengals: Cameron Sample, DE 112. Detroit Lions: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR 113. Detroit Lions: Derrick Barnes, LB 114. Atlanta Falcons: Drew Dalman, C 115. Dallas Cowboys: Jabril Cox, LB 116. New York Giants: Elerson Smith, DL 117. Los Angeles Rams: Bobby Brown, DT 118. Los Angeles Chargers: Chris Rumph II, DL 119. Minnesota Vikings: Kene Nwangwu, RB 120....
    The Cincinnati Bengals take Ja’Marr Chase with the fifth-overall pick, reuniting him with his LSU teammate Joe Burrow. Joe Burrow went from decent college quarterback to the best player in college football seemingly overnight. He led the LSU Tigers to the National Championship and won the Heisman Trophy despite being 40/1 to win going into the season. So, what helped Burrow go from an afterthought to a certified star? It was the emergency of a certain wide receiver that helped him become that star. Ja’Marr Chase put together one of the greatest seasons for a receiver in the history of college football in 2019. He caught 84 balls for 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns. In the National Championship Game against the Clemson Tigers, he put up 221 yards and two touchdowns. Now, they are together again when the Cincinnati Bengals selected Chase with the fifth-overall pick in the NFL Draft.The Bengals make the right decision reuniting Chase with his former quarterback.Burrow also put together a historic season in his last season at LSU. He broke the 5,600-yard mark and put...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals continued to part with veterans when they released running back Giovani Bernard on Wednesday. Bernard, a fan favorite who had a year left on a two-year contract that would have paid him $4.1 million in 2021, played his entire eight-year NFL career in Cincinnati and established himself as a reliable blocking back and receiver. The 29-year-old Bernard became a starter for the last 10 games of 2020 after Joe Mixon suffered a foot injury. A 2013 second-round draft pick by the Bengals, he played in 115 games with 30 starts, rushing for 3,697 yards and 22 touchdowns. His 342 receptions are the most by a running back in Bengals history, and his 2,867 receiving yards are the second most. The Bengals had already traded defensive end Carlos Dunlap in midseason last year and released defensive tackle Geno Atkins last month. Both had been with the Bengals for 11 seasons. Receiver A.J. Green, who’d spent his entire 10-year career with the team, signed with Arizona as a free agent. Bernard’s best performance on the ground...
    William Jackson is no longer a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, but he still took an opportunity to rip the team and its fans. After spending his first five NFL seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, cornerback William Jackson signed a three-year, $42 million deal with the Washington Football Team this offseason. So bygones might just be bygones for both sides, as the Bengals were again not particularly good during Jackson’s tenure in Cincinnati and he was not especially productive (three interceptions). Speaking to 106.7 The Fan in Washington on Wednesday, Jackson was asked about the reception he has received from new fans upon signing. He didn’t seem to be really prompted to talk about the situation he left in Cincinnati, but Jackson decided to take a shot at the Bengals and their fans anyway.William Jackson is pretty sour on the BengalsCincinnati, they got some crude fans, man. Misery loves company,” Jackson said with a laugh. “Them dudes, they wonder why they’re not winning. I’m happy I’m out of that thing man. It’s a blessing to get away and I wish them the...
    LANDOVER, MARYLAND – NOVEMBER 22: Joe Burrow #9 of the Cincinnati Bengals warms up prior to the game against the Washington Football Team at FedExField on November 22, 2020 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) The Bengals landed their franchise quarterback in Joe Burrow in last year’s NFL Draft. Who will Cincinnati add to help him in this year’s event? The mere presence of Joe Burrow on the Bengals’ roster drastically changes the long-term projection of Zac Taylor’s team. The challenge for Cincinnati now is to surround their franchise quarterback with enough talent to lift the franchise into playoff contention. That might not happen in 2021, but the Bengals are starting to assemble an intriguing young corps. The team’s offseason needs are significant, but not overwhelming. The top priority must be to assemble an offensive line capable of keeping Burrow upright more often. His season-ending injury wasn’t an accident. It was a predictable result of taking entirely too many hits. The defense requires less work, but securing an upgrade at cornerback would drastically improve the team’s performance. William...
    Here’s a look at some of the new names being considered for the Jets’ head-coach opening: The Saints secondary coach will be a familiar name to Jets fans. The 48-year-old played for the Jets from 1994-2001 after the team drafted him in the first round of the ’94 draft. He went to two Pro Bowls with the team. Glenn was part of the Jets scouting department in 2012-13 before beginning his coaching career as the assistant secondary coach for the Browns in 2014-15. He joined the Saints staff in 2016. Glenn has helped develop cornerback Marcus Lattimore, and safeties Von Bell and Marcus Williams. The Jets have requested permission to interview Glenn, but that interview cannot occur until after the Saints’ playoff game Sunday with the Bears. The former Bengals coach interviewed with the Jets on Thursday. The 62-year-old spent 16 seasons as the head coach in Cincinnati and took the Bengals to the playoffs seven times. They went 0-7 in the playoffs, which is the biggest mark against him. Lewis went 131-122-3 in the regular season with the...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — Five weeks ago, the Baltimore Ravens figured they’d have to win out and get some help to reach the playoffs. After tending to their own part of the equation with four straight victories and receiving the necessary assistance last weekend in the form of losses by Cleveland and Indianapolis, all that remains for the Ravens (10-5) is one more item of business: defeat Cincinnati in the regular-season finale this Sunday. Getting into the postseason for the third year in a row is what’s important. Who they play if they get there is irrelevant. “All we can focus on is the next game. Not focus on the playoffs,” Ravens tight end Mark Andrews said. “We’re just trying to get better and win this game, and the cards will fall how they fall.” Baltimore was 5-1 before a skid that coincided with an outbreak of COVID-19 at its training facility sent the season off the rails. Four losses in five games — including three in a row before the current hot streak — can be forgotten with a victory...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The 2020 regular NFL season is nearing its end, and the Baltimore Ravens have yet to secure a spot in the playoffs. As the final weekend approaches, the Ravens control their own destiny when it comes to clinching a wildcard spot in the playoffs in Week 17. The Ravens took down the New York Giants 27-13 on Sunday in their fourth consecutive win. It’s been an up-and-down season for the Ravens, who started strong before battling a COVID-19 outbreak that left star players on the sidelines and led the NFL to fine the team $250,000. RELATED COVERAGE: Ravens Win 27-13 Against The Giants, Can Clinch Wildcard Playoff Spot With A Win Next Week Ravens Fined $250K For COVID-19 Violations, Report Says There are still multiple ways Lamar Jackson and crew can return to the playoffs this year, and it all hinges on next weekend when the Ravens (10-5) take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Will the team repeat its dominant 27-3 win over Cincinnati from Week 5? It remains to be seen. Here’s a breakdown of...
    Dave Tuley, senior reporter at VSiN.com, is in his third season with the Post’s Bettor’s Guide. His handicapping pieces appear in VSiN’s online magazine, Point Spread Weekly. Cincinnati Bengals (+11.5) over MIAMI DOLPHINS Yes, the Dolphins are 7-4, continue to play well whether it’s Tua Tagovailoa or Ryan Fitzpatrick in the starting lineup and just covered as 7.5-point road favorites at the Jets. And, yes, the Bengals are 2-8-1 and are without rookie QB Joe Burrow, but this line shouldn’t be double digits. The Bengals have been surprisingly competitive all year at 7-4 ATS and just covered in a 19-17 loss to the Giants. Brandon Allen was just 17-for-29 for 136 yards, but he also had some dropped passes and the offense should be more in sync this week. The Bengals should be able to stick around as the Dolphins will be content to get out with the win. Denver Broncos (+14) over KANSAS CITY CHIEFS We know it’s hard to bet against the Chiefs, but they’re just 6-5 ATS despite a 10-1 SU record as they tend to...
    MIAMI (AP) — The Miami Dolphins are in contention for their first AFC East title since 2008, which would ensure their first playoff berth since 2016, which would give them a shot at their first postseason win since 2000, none of which coach Brian Flores wants to think, talk, read or hear about. He’s too focused on sustaining momentum resulting from the long-struggling franchise’s recent turnaround. “In this league, I don’t think you’re ever really over the hump,” Flores says. “There are just so many good teams. The league is built for parity, and there are a lot of good players. “I think once you think you’re over the hump is when you go back under the hump.” Flores believes no game is a gimme, not even for a Miami team that has won six of seven to improve to 7-4. The Dolphins are 11-point favorites, but they could be back under the hump unless they take seriously Sunday’s matchup against perennially woeful Cincinnati (2-8-1). MISMATCH? The blitz-happy Dolphins are sure to dial up the pressure on Bengals quarterback...
    Without Joe Burrow, the Cincinnati Bengals have a dark immediate future and questions abound going forward. It took only minutes for the Cincinnati Bengals to rule out Joe Burrow after he was carted off. When that happens, it likely describes the severity of the injury. For the first time in almost five years, there was potential in Cincinnati. Burrow looked the part of a future star and was finding his rhythm at the right moment. Instead of building off a promising rookie season, the Bengals will now be hoping this setback doesn’t burden the franchise for years to come. Next: Twitter reacts to Joe Burrow injury
    John Ross hopes to be traded before the 2020 NFL trade deadline out of Cincinnati.John Ross made it clear on Twitter he does not want to keep playing for the Cincinnati Bengals. The former top-10 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft clapped back at a reporter on Friday over his perceived lack of passion for playing the game of football. Ross argued on the contrary in that he loves football, but does not want to play for the Bengals any more. He and his representation have formally requested a trade ahead of Tuesday’s deadline, respectfully. Will Ross get dealt in time? It’s not a secret that i have requested a trade. Trade me if this how y’all feel. I’m healthy and eager to play. I know I can be productive. It’s hard to love something when your not actually participating in it. Believe me, its not football that i don’t like. https://t.co/IlUg270jbI — Hank Moody (@WatchJRoss) October 30, 2020 Will a trade make any difference for John Ross in his NFL career?Thus far in his four-year NFL career, it’s fair...
    Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was in a mood after beating the Bengals. The Browns barely beat the Bengals 37-34 Sunday, and Cincy entered the game with an abysmal record of 1-4-1. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cleveland Browns (@clevelandbrowns) on Oct 25, 2020 at 1:21pm PDT You’d think that beating one of the worst teams in the NFL wouldn’t mean much for Cleveland and Mayfield. Well, you’d be wrong. Following the matchup, Mayfield was celebrating like he just won a major game. You can see a video of him dancing below. Baker Mayfield after his game winning touchdown ???????? (via ronniegolive/Instagram) pic.twitter.com/UwXLJQS0pu — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 25, 2020 How low are expectations in Cleveland if this is how Baker behaves after beating a team that has one win all season? The Browns should beat the Bengals. They’re more talented all over the field, and they entered the game with a winning record.   View this post on Instagram  ...
    Sep 27, 2020; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Auden Tate (19) is tacked by Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Trevor Williams (41) and strong safety Jalen Mills (21) during the third quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports The Cincinnati Bengals need to keep building for the future, so they should trade these five players before the Nov. 3 deadline. Frankly, there may be more trade interest in Tate than another, far more highly-drafted wide Bengals’ receiver on this list. Next: No. 4 Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse
    Near or far, Joe Burrow can always count on his favorite Bengals fan, girlfriend Olivia Holzmacher. On Sunday, Holzmacher traveled to Indianapolis, where she watched Burrow and the Bengals take on the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. “Open the moon roof kinda day,” Holzmacher captioned one post, before showing off her Cincinnati gear in another. Getty Images; Instagram Burrow, the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, finished Sunday’s loss with 313 yards and one interception. The Bengals currently stand at 1-4-1 on the season. Last month, Holzmacher — who has been linked to Burrow since 2017 — celebrated his NFL debut, posting a photo of her cardboard cutout from Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium. “If a fan cheers in a crowd and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? YES???????? who???? dey ????????????,” she captioned the shot. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some NFL stadiums have prohibited fans from attending games. Fortunately for Holzmacher, she has been able to see her favorite player in action this year.
    The Cowboys will turn to Andy Dalton at quarterback for the rest of the 2020 season.   Dak Prescott suffered a compound fracture and a dislocation of his right ankle in Week 5. Dalton finished 9 of 11 passing for 111 yards in a 37-34 victory against the Giants. The Cowboys improved to 2-3 as a result, and Dalton now is tasked with leading a potential run through the NFC East into the postseason for the Cowboys.   Is Dalton the right quarterback for the job? Let’s take a closer look:   MORE: Breaking down Andy Dalton’s Cowboys contract Andy Dalton playoff stats: How many games has he won? Dalton has postseason experience. The Bengals made five straight playoff appearances from 2011-15. Dalton was 0-4 with one TD and six interceptions in four playoff starts.    A look at those starts:   Houston 31, Cincinnati 10 (Jan. 7, 2012): Dalton passed for 257 yards, but threw three interceptions in a blowout loss to Houston.   Houston 19, Cincinnati 13 (Jan. 5, 2013): The Bengals and Texans met in a playoff rematch, and Dalton hit just 14 of 30 passes for...
    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow pulled a great move with the ball from his first NFL win. Burrow won his first NFL game this past weekend after defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars, and you could probably assume that he was pretty amped to keep the game ball as a momento. Well, you’d be wrong. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) on Oct 5, 2020 at 2:00pm PDT “It was a really good football, so I just threw it right back in with the other game balls so we don’t lose it. [W]e’re gonna use it for the game next week. You only get so may. You’ve got to keep them when you can,” Burrow told ProFootballTalk after the game.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) on Oct 5, 2020 at 7:16am PDT You think Joe Burrow has time to focus on putting the ball from his first NFL win in a case...
    Breonna Taylors family attorney: Ky AGs investigation was a coverup 200 Popular Grocery Store Brands Just Made This Major Pledge NFL Week 3 Bold Prediction: Eagles will bench Carson Wentz against the Cincinnati Bengals Carson Wentz’s start to the 2020 season could not be going worse. He’s completing under 60 percent of his passes, he’s got four interceptions to his two touchdowns – in Week 2, he had zero touchdowns and two interceptions – and I think it’s only getting worse. © Provided by For The Win My bold prediction for Week 3 is that he will get benched. Now, I know, the Eagles have the Cincinnati Bengals. That’s a matchup that they should exploit. But I’m guessing that if Wentz cannot exploit that matchup, that will make coach Doug Pederson even more frustrated about his quarterback situation, leading to Wentz’s benching. Now I’m not saying this is the end of Carson Wentz as we know him. I’m not saying he’s going to end up on the Patriots next year and be Cam Newton 2.0. But I do think...
    Joe Burrow did not get the desired collective result at the end of his NFL debut. However, he did manage to showcase his skills in the narrow 13-16 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers last Sunday. Burrow completed 23 of his 36 attempted passes and threw for 193 yards against one interception. He almost carried the Bengals to a fourth-quarter comeback, but fell short in the dying stages of the game. The Iowa-born athlete seems focused on making a mark in the league this year. But he refuses to get carried away ahead of the upcoming Week Two clash against the Cleveland Browns. ALSO READ- “You Can’t Go Back to That Dark Place”- Mitchell Trubisky Revels in Game-Winning Start to Season Joe Burrow not getting carried away by Thursday’s prime-time slot against the Browns Joe Burrow on if there is any more juice playing in primetime: “No. The best quarterbacks treat every game the same.” — Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) September 15, 2020 The Cincinnati Bengals star made his presence felt in the narrow loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on...
    There is not enough talent to merit starting any fantasy football personnel in Week 2’s Thursday Night Football (TNF) game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns. After whetting our appetite for football by starting the season last Thursday night with the Houston Texans and the NFL champion Kansas City Chiefs, the league schedule makers follow up with two pro football teams with a combined record of 28-67-1 over the last three seasons. Maybe the location – FirstEnergy Stadium – will give us a hint on the outcome of Thursday night’s game.  Neither team’s first games of 2020 provided insights on how good Cincinnati or Cleveland will be this season.  The two teams combined for 19 points and surrendered 46 points.  They also have identical 0-1 records. What’s funny (and maybe it isn’t) is you could hype this game as a battle between two Heisman Trophy winners.  But Baker Mayfield, the Browns starting quarterback, hasn’t given the “Dawg Pound” much to bark about and Cincinnati starting quarterback Joe Burrow has just a one-game sample size.Surefire StartersFrom a fantasy football point...
    Joe Burrow’s debut with the Cincinnati Bengals was met with heartbreak at the end of the game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Burrow had thrown what he thought was a touchdown pass to A.J. Green to put Cincinnati ahead with 11 seconds remaining in the game. However, Green was called for offensive pass interference which set up a potential game-tying field goal from Reggie Bullock. BENGALS ROOKIE QB JOE BURROW SCORES FIRST NFL TOUCHDOWN VS. CHARGERS Bullock missed the 31-yard field-goal attempt wide right and came up limping afterward. The Chargers won the game, 16-13, and Burrow’s first game of his career was a devastating loss. Burrow scored his first touchdown on a 23-yard gallop in the first quarter. TOM BRADY SCORES FIRST TOUCHDOWN WITH BUCCANEERS ON QB SNEAK From there, the LSU product was 23-for-36 with 193 passing yards and an interception. He had 46 rushing yards on eight carries. Tyrod Taylor led the Chargers with 208 passing yards but he didn’t throw a touchdown pass either. Joshua Kelley ran for the lone touchdown for the Chargers. Cincinnati is...
    The Cincinnati Bengals are reportedly considering protesting during the national anthem this Sunday. According to Cincinnati.com, the team is debating whether to kneel during the national anthem or to stay in the locker room prior to the game against the Chargers. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) A final decision hasn’t been made at this time, according to the report.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cincinnati Bengals (@bengals) on Sep 9, 2020 at 8:15am PDT Who is ready for the NFL season to be full of politics and debates about the national anthem? I know I sure am! There’s nothing football fans love more than pivoting the focus away from scoring touchdowns and to protesting during the national anthem. Are you sensing my sarcasm by now? You should be because I’m dumping it on. Football isn’t about politics. It’s about uniting for a common goal, working towards that goal and winning the game. That’s what the players are paid to do, and that’s what the fans tune...
    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow wants to remain focused at all times on winning football games. Burrow was taken first overall in the 2020 draft, and immediately became the face of the Bengals. Now, he’s been tasked to lead them to glory, and he’s aware of the amount of time and effort that will require. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Joe Burrow (@joeyb_9) on Jul 31, 2020 at 8:22am PDT “If you waste a day, there’s somebody out there who didn’t waste a day and you lost a day. So, I’m a competitor. I want to win every single day…I’m going to attack every day like it’s Sunday…Like it’s the Super Bowl,” Burrow said in a Monday video tweeted by Jeremy Rauch. You can watch his full comments below. Joe Burrow: “I’m going to attack every day like it’s Sunday…like it’s the Super Bowl.” It’s almost game week in Cincinnati. #Bengals @fox19 @JoeyB pic.twitter.com/WFwkl9ChdW — Jeremy Rauch (@FOX19Jeremy) September 7, 2020 ...
    When the 2020 NFL season kicks off in Cincinnati, the Joe Burrow era will officially be underway. In the 2020 NFL Draft, the Bengals selected Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick, and he will immediately be inserted into the lineup as the team's starting quarterback. Burrow is coming off a stellar season with LSU head coach Ed Orgeron where he led the Tigers to their fourth national championship. After leading the country with 5,671 passing yards and setting an NCAA record with 60 touchdown passes in 15 starts his senior year, it was no surprise that Burrow would be the top pick. There's no doubt about it that Burrow will have some growing pains during his rookie year, especially with the unusual offseason due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the Bengals certainly have the pieces in place on the offensive side of the ball to help make life easier for Burrow. The Bengals will have a host of weapons at the wide receiver position, including veteran A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, Auden Tate and fellow rookie and Clemson product Tee Higgins. Running back...
    The new Cincinnati Bengals defensive back has returned to the team This offseason, the Cincinnati Bengals brought in Mackensie Alexander to shore up their defensive backfield. But, family matters took precedent this past week for the former Minnesota Viking, as he left training camp to look for his 67-year-old father, who was reported missing in Florida. In the process of his search, Alexander was arrested on one count of battery. But, with his father safe and sound, Alexander revealed on Monday that he’s back in the Bengals facility, via his Instagram story. According to Mackensie Alexanders Instagram story, he is back in Cincinnati with the #Bengals and inside Paul Brown Stadium. — Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) August 31, 2020 Alexander had a harrowing weekJean Odney Alexandre, 67, was reported missing around 2 p.m. ET last Monday in Okeechobee, Fla. after picking palmetto berries with a friend. The search for Alexandre became much more concerning because he didn’t have a cell phone on him, which made it difficult for police to pinpoint his exact location. After leaving the Bengals, Alexander was...
    Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Mackensie Alexander has been arrested in Florida on one count of battery after receiving permission from the team to leave training camp to search for his missing father, who disappeared on Monday. Jail records show that Alexander was arrested by the Collier County Sheriff's Office on a charge of batter and remained in custody as of Wednesday morning. The arrest report has not been released, but according to the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, Alexander was booked after confronting the man who allegedly left his father behind on Monday following a trip to pick berries on a prairie in Okeechobee County. Meanwhile Florida police are continuing to search for Alexander's father, 65-year-old Jean Odney Alexandre (different spellings for their last names). Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Mackensie Alexander (left) has been arrested in Florida on one count of battery after receiving permission from the team to leave training camp to search for his missing father, who disappeared on Monday. Meanwhile Florida police are continuing to search for Alexander's father, 65-year-old Jean Odney Alexandre (right) According to police, Alexandre...
    Joe Burrow is impressing the Cincinnati Bengals at practice. Training camp tweets can oftentimes be hard to stomach for fans of rebuilding teams like the Cincinnati Bengals, as top draft picks often struggle with the speed of the professional game. One rookie that has emphatically bucked that trend is quarterback Joe Burrow, who is putting on a show for Zac Taylor. Dianna Russini is reporting that Bengals sources who have watched Burrow up close in Cincinnati have been blown away with the No. 1 overall pick’s performance. Burrow’s accuracy and athleticism are drawing rave reviews, as is his confidence. The Bengals have already bought into their charismatic new leader as he looks to improve upon Cincinnati’s 2-14 record in 2019. Just spoke to a source in Cincinnati to get an update on Joe Burrow. “As accurate as I have seen from a QB in a long time. He is also a better athlete than I thought he was going to be. He has a really cool confidence to him, the guys are already bought into him” #Bengals — Dianna...
    Mike Daniels gives the Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive line even more bite.The Cincinnati Bengals added another piece to their defensive line with Mike Daniels. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, “Former Packers’ and Lions’ DT Mike Daniels officially agreed to terms with the Bengals on a one-year deal worth up to $2.7 million.” Daniels had been a Pro Bowler with the Green Bay Packers in 2017, spending the 2019 NFL season as a member of the Detroit Lions. This is another signing illustrating all the big changes coming for the Bengals. Former Packers’ and Lions’ DT Mike Daniels officially agreed to terms with the Bengals on a one-year deal worth up to $2.7 million, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2020 The Mike Daniels addition helps solidify the Bengals’ defensive identity.For a team that went a pitiful 2-14 in 2019, the Bengals made several big moves this offseason to bolster their roster. In 2020 NFL free agency, Cincinnati added defensive tackle D.J. Reader, strong safety Vonn Bell and cornerback Trae Waynes. While Waynes will be out with a pectoral injury, Reader,...
    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow has agreed to his rookie deal with the team. According to Adam Schefter, Burrow has agreed to a $36.1 million deal with the Bengals after being the first pick in the 2020 NFL draft. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The LSU Heisman winner will get a $23.88 million signing bonus. No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow has agreed in principle to a $36.1M contract with the Bengals pending a physical later this week, source tells ESPN. Burrow is receiving 100% of his $23.88M signing bonus from the Bengals within 15 days of executing his contract. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 28, 2020 My friends, that sure is a whole lot of money for the LSU legend. He’s officially straight paid as an NFL quarterback! As we all know, rookie deals are pretty much slotted at this point in the NFL. There is a little wiggle room here and there, but not much.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Joe Burrow (@joeyb_9) on Nov...
    Joe Burrow (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Joe Burrow is getting familiar with his Cincinnati Bengals teammates. The Cincinnati Bengals have yet to sign No. 1 pick Joe Burrow but that hasn’t stopped the LSU Heisman-winning quarterback from working out with his new teammates. Nervous Bengals fans should take solace in the fact that Burrow isn’t planning a holdout or refusing to sign. In fact, he’s spent his time getting comfortable with his new teammates. Burrow was spotted working out with a few of his new Cincinnati coworkers, including second-year tight end Drew Sample, former New Orleans Saints safety Vonn Bell and defensive end Sam Hubbard, whom Burrow played with during his days as a backup at Ohio State. Joe Burrow, Sam Hubbard, and Drew Sample working out together in cincy