Found September 21, 2013 on
In The Neutral Zone:
The Cincinnati Bengals have pulled the plug on their new game day song, Katy Perry’s “Roar”. After fan complaints, the Bengals’ director of sales and public affairs made it known that fans will no longer hear Katy Perry as the Bengals take the field and will continue to hear hard-rock and old school classics. What the Bengals’ front office needs to take into account is that now that the fan has spoken, they may begin requesting bigger changes if winning football and playoff runs don’t become the norm in Cincinnati. As for this week and the beating they are going to receive from the Green Bay Packers, they may be hearing “Purr, Kitty, Purr” by Sid King and The Five Strings. NZ prediction – Packers 34 – Bengals 17 Here you go Bengals fan, take a look at Katy Perry’s new video to “Roar”. How can you say no to this hot little number?
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This is one off those things that just ain't right. What guy would not at least shove someone after he was punched/tapped in the family jewels? So after Vontaze Burfict does the deed to Ryan Clark following the end of a play Clark does what any guy would.
Sadly, in the NFL that means he gets flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct--and not Burfict.
Since 1989 the Bengals have gone from being a Super Bowl contender to the “Bungals” with 1st round picks that included David Klinger, Ki-Jana Carter, Peter Warrick, and Akili Smith among some of the unfortunate moments for Bengals fans. But since Marvin Lewis was hired in 2001 they became consistent mediocre teams in the NFL during […]
If you tuned in on Monday to watch the Cincinnati Bengals defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers at home, you may have noticed an interesting choice of music being played over the speaker system at Paul Brown Stadium throughout the game.
The music I am referring to is Katy Perry's hit sing "Roar" and it apparently didn't go over well with the majority of Bengals fans...
You can play your AC/DC, your Nickelback, your P.O.D., your Papa Roach ... you can play some really terrible music at NFL stadiums and nobody will say a word.
But Katy Perry? Nuh uh.
The Cincinnati Bengals found out that the hard way, when they played the bubblegum pop star's song, "Roar," before, during and after Monday's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Paul...
Tweet The Cincinnati Bengals upped their record to 2-1 on Sunday thanks to a 34-30 victory over the visiting Green Bay Packers. Most are familiar with Cincinnati’s All-Pro receiver A.J. Green already, but before long the team’s rookie running back Giovani Bernard may be a household name as well. Bernard finished the day with […]
Whenever I write about Katy Perry, I usually say “the breasts of Katy Perry” or “the boobs of Katy Perry” did xyz, because clearly she can’t sing, dance, or write/produce music. Katy Perry is where she is today simply because of her looks, i.e. her breasts. A body can carry you far in America, especially if you’re woman.
And if there’s one party you would want to have...
Terence Newman got a 59 yard scoop and score when Packers running back James Franklin coughed it up late in the game. The defensive TD gave the Bengals the lead.
Terence Newman returned a fumble 58 yards for a touchdown with 3:47 left, rallying the Cincinnati Bengals to a 34-30 victory over the Green Bay Packers in a game that came down to who made the final flub.
Each team had four turnovers, leading to wild momentum swings. The last one came on a goofy play.
The Packers (1-2) went on fourth-and-1 from the Cincinnati 30. Rookie Johnathan...
The Cincinnati Bengals get set to host the Green Bay Packers as QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green look to keep up with whatever offensive barrage QB Aaron Rodgers leads.
AccuScore simulated the match-up 1,000 times. Even as the road team, the Packers are 56.9 percent favorites to get the victory. They covered the -2.5 spread in approximately 54 percent of their simulated wins. If...
The Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals will meet on Sunday in a match-up of two 1-1 teams. Both Green Bay and Cincinnati are coming off victories after disappointing Week 1 defeats.
Coverage of the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals game will air on FOX beginning at 1:00 pm ET at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH.
Vontaze Burfict can expect to open his wallet and donate to the NFL fund this week as soon as Roger Goodell watches the tape from the Bengals and Packers game. Burfict gave Ryan Taylor an unfair nut shot and when Taylor retaliated he was called for a flag. Unfair and very dick-ish, but it worked for the time being.
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CINCINNATI– It was the first time a team has come back and won after trailing by 16, and winning by 14, as the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Green Bay Packers in a wild ride. Rookie running back Giovani Bernard got it going early as he showed off his athleticism going airborne on an early, three-yard […]
Terence Newman's fumble return finished off a wild game that
came down to who made the final flub.
By Jeremy Hritz
The AFC North has not exactly been impressive after two weeks, and though the Cincinnati Bengals seem to possess a formidable arsenal, they didn’t exactly put on a powerful display against a reeling Pittsburgh Steelers bunch this past Monday Night. This is still a division that is wide open, and after play this Sunday, it can be assumed it will be much of the same...