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Defensive end Carlos Dunlap and running back Bernard Scotts chances of playing Sunday are mostly sunny, which should brighten up brighten up Bengals fans moods.
Dunlap, who sprained his right knee in an Aug. 10 preseason game against the Jets, returned to the practice field for the first time. Scott had been out since a hand injury during a training camp practice on Aug. 2. Both were listed as limited as was cornerback Jason Allen, who was inactive for the Baltimore game due to a lingering quad injury.
When asked before practice about the chances of Dunlap and Scott practicing, head coach Marvin Lewis channeled Willard Scott and said: Theyll be partly cloudy. But thats a step up. Thats an improvement now. Its not been partly cloudy with those two lately. Source: Cincinnati Enquirer
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As we head into Week 2 of the NFL season there are a number of teams that were embarrassed or did much worse than public opinion thought they would. Andy Dalton, A.J. Green and the Cincinnati Bengals were manhandled by the Ravens and should kick things into gear against a Cleveland Browns team and rookie Brandon Weeden.
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According to Bengals beat writer Joe Reedy, running back Bernard Scott could be ready to return in Week 2.Fantasy Spin:Starter BenJarvus Green-Ellis played well in the opener and shouldn't be bothered by the return of Scott. He'll more than likely get the Brian Leonard workload which isn't enough to be fantasy-worthy.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer was brutally honest with the media when it came to how poorly his defense played on Monday night against the Ravens.
“We got a little rattled and didn’t get our composure for a while. They did a good job. Give them credit. They called a good game, QB was good, we didn’t make plays when we had chances and I didn’t do a good...
Well, who saw that coming? The Bengals took one on the chin, and then they took it on the chin once more in Baltimore as the Ravens put the smackdown on us 44-13.
In this week’s show:
Ouch, that one hurt
Defense was awful, all phases, all positions
BJGE and YoungBabyHawk were the lone bright spots for the Bengals
Browns lose at home 17-16 despite forcing...
BEREABengals linebacker Rey Maualuga said he didnt see anything spectacular from running back Trent Richardson last Sunday.
He can run you over and you can miss a tackle, at the same time, from what weve seen he didnt do nothing spectacular, Maualuga told CBSSports.com earlier this week. From running screens, missing passes, trying to find a hole when hes running the ball. He just...
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Rey Maualuga isn’t very impressed with Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson and he’s not afraid to let everyone know.
“He can run you over and you can miss a tackle, at the same time, from what we’ve seen he didn’t do nothing spectacular,” Maualuga told CBSSports.com, via The Plain Dealer. “From running screens, missing passes, trying...
Unintended double negatives aside, the Cincinnati Bengals LB Rey Maualuga is not concerned about facing Trent Richardson this Sunday when the Cleveland Browns and Bengals square off in Cincinnati.
According to ESPN’s AFC North blogger Jamison Hensley, the Bengals LB wasn’t too shy about making his unimpressed opinions of the Browns’ rookie RB known:
Middle linebacker Rey Maualuga...
Five key matchups to watch in Sunday's Browns-Bengals game...
Trent Richardson vs. Rey Maualuga
When the Bengals middle linebacker said he saw "nothing spectacular" from Richardson last week, no one should have batted an eye. He's right. Richardson missed the entire preseason recovering from knee surgery and ran 19 times for 39 yards last week with a long carry...
After a horrible first start, Trent Richardson will now face his next match up. This time against the Cincinnati Bengals defense, who will be playing pissed. In Trent Richardson’s first game he rushed the ball 19 times for 39 yards and no touchdown. He has been complaining of an injury but he has not played well at all. The Eagles defense looked great against...
After just one game in the NFL, Cincinnati Bengals Rey Maualuga is not impressed with Browns running back Trent Richardson (Credit: AP Photo)
If you needed some excitement for this Sunday’s Cincinnati Bengals vs Cleveland Browns game, and trust us you do, look no further. It seems as though Rey Maualuga and Trent Richardson are trying to turn the Bengals-Browns rivalry into one...
The Bengals play host to the inner-state rival Cleveland Browns this Sunday, and the stakes are very high for Cincinnati already. After being obliterated on Monday Night Football by division foe Baltimore, the Bengals cannot afford to lose two division games right out of the gates.The Cleveland Browns put up an even less impressive performance Sunday at home against the Eagles.The...
The Cleveland Browns travel down to the Queen City to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in the first of the 2 games they play this season. The Browns have some worries going into the game, I assure you those worries won’t include the Cleveland defense being caught sleeping. The Browns were caught off guard last season when Bengals coach Marv Lewis pulled off a quick snap and the...
After an impressive aerial performance against the Cincinnati Bengals, Joe Flacco has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week. Joe Flacco torched Cincinnati's secondary with an impressive 21-29, 299 yards and 2 touchdown stat-line. After a dismal 2011 completion-percentage of 57.6%, Joe Flacco showed an impressively accurate passing display this week, completing 72.4...
Comments on the Cincinnati Bengals by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
CINCINNATI BENGALS (18)
Chris Berman (ESPN, 18) - Not quite ready for prime time.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 16) - Just can't take them more seriously until they beat Ravens or Steelers.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 22) - Still can't beat the top 2 in the AFC North
INJURY REPORT FOR CLEVELAND BROWNS AT CINCINNATI BENGALS ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2012