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Expectations for the Cincinnati Bengals' offense were pretty low at the start of the season because of all the inexperience. A team relying on a rookie quarterback, a rookie receiver and a second-year tight end had a lot of growing up to do.
They're doing it fast.
The Bengals are 3-2 in part because quarterback Andy Dalton, receiver A.J. Green and tight end Jermaine Gresham aren't playing like newcomers. Dalton has led back-to-back fourth-quarter comebacks, with Green and Gresham making the clutch catches.
The Bengals play winless Indianapolis at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday. The game isn't sold out.
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Andy Dalton and the Bengals will be looking to match last season's victory total
when they host the winless Colts.
Even the prospect of Colts fans visiting from two hours away wasn’t enough to get a blackout lifted.
The team has said the inventory of tickets for Sunday’s game against Indianapolis is too much to sell in time. This is the seventh straight home game that will not be shown on television in Cincinnati, Dayton and Lexington, Ky. The Bengals now have the longest current blackout...
Sorry, Hank Hill.
We’re back in business after a big week. That means it’s time to splurge on something truly unnecessary. Behold, the $450 cookbook. Modernist Cuisine is a five volumes of art, science, and technique. It’s awesome to look at, and totally not worth the absurd amount of money. I want it more than anything.
Last Week: 9-3-1
San Francisco at...
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley recorded his first career touchdown reception and Andy Dalton let the Bengals to a win over the Jaguars in Week 5.