Found December 25, 2011 on
Things change pretty quickly in the NFL. After losing to the Houston Texans, the Cincinnati Bengals held only a 13-percent chance of making the playoffs. Then, the Jets lost twice, the Raiders lost, and the Titans lost too. Now, the Bengals have a 59-percent chance of making the playoffs, according to the numbers crunched by [...]
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As announcer Thom Brenneman said, "It's one thing to flip over a guy — it's another thing to land on your feet!"
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Jerome Simpson knows of what Mr. Brenneman speaks. With 2:46 left in the first half of Cincy's game against the Arizona Cardinals, Simpson ran a crossing route from right to left, caught a sideline pass from quarterback...
The Bengals have looked solid in the first half in Cincinnati, enjoying a 20-0 lead on visiting Arizona. They could be up 26-0, but Mike Nugent has had 2 uncharacteristic misses on field goal attempts and is 2 of 4 on the day. Andy Dalton has been productive and efficient in the first half, going [...]
I am sure it's everywhere, but maybe you missed it with Christmas and all. Jerome Simpson of the Cincinnati Bengals scored an amazingly athletic touchdown Sunday, as he bounced over the Arizona Cardinal defender at the goal line. Check out the clearance he gets over #58, Daryl Washington, who's listed at 6'2". If that's not enough, Simpson sticks the landing...
Andy Dalton threw a pair of touchdown passes, and Cincinnati withstood yet another fourth-quarter comeback by Arizona, holding on for a 23-16 victory Saturday that kept the Bengals in playoff contention.
The Cincinnati Bengals haven't been anywhere near the vanguard of the NFL for two decades now, a stretch that began not coincidentally when club founder Paul Brown died and his son Mike took over.Yet the Bengals might be again _ for all the wrong reasons _ if a mild downturn ...
The Cardinals trailed 23-16. There was 1:18 remaining in the fourth quarter. It was 4th and 5 from Cincinnati's 17-yard line.
One victory away from an unexpected playoff spot, the Cincinnati Bengals are already immersed in their biggest challenge of the week: getting fans to watch.