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Week 1: Cincinnati Bengals 20 @ Chicago Bears 30This could be a troublesome game for the Bengals. They didn't address the tackle position and against a attack-first defense that could be a issue.Their strength could be stopping the pass which is the Bears' specialty.Week 2: Cincinnati Bengals 24 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 17This, the Bengals' home opener could, make it very tricky for the Steelers. The Bengals have the ability to sit back on the pass against a poor Steelers offense. Expect it close but Bengals will pull it outWeek 3: Cincinnati Bengals 21 vs. Green Bay Packers 38Mark my words here, AJ Green will pull in 125+ yards and a touchdown in this game. But it won't be enough to stop this knockout offense led by Aaron Rodgers.Week 4: Cincinnati Bengals 27 vs. Cleveland Browns 13Although I believe the Browns will be a good team, I think they are still a year or two away missing a few pieces. The Bengals will be able to somewhat have their way with the Browns.Week ...
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Outside linebacker James Harrison has finalized a contract that will bring him to Cincinnati for the next two seasons. Details of the contract have not been released yet. Harrison has played his entire career with the Steelers. In nine years, he has recorded 617 tackles, 64 sacks, and 29 forced fumbles; he's only missed 14 games. Harrison will be looked at to fill the shoes of...
According to the Cincinnati Inquirer, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is hopeful that they’ll be able to re-sign free agent offensive lineman Andre Smith before next week’s draft.There are a lot of good free agent offensive lineman available right now, but there isn’t much action going on. I would be surprised if Smith is signed before the draft. Need NFL Tickets? The post...
1. Safety: Taylor Mays shouldn't be starting, and Clements and Crocker are still both free agents. Cincinnati needs to bring in at least one safety early in the draft. They will probably take one with their first round pick or the early second round pick they have from Oakland.
2. Right Tackle: It doesn't look like the Bengals are interested in bringing back Smith...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals are holding a private workout for FIU safety Jonathan Cyprien.
Many people have Cyprien pegged as the top safety in this year’s draft class and there’s a chance he could go in the first round.
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Former NFL Defensive Player of the Year James Harrison has inked a two-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. SOURCE: Cincinnati EnquirerFantasy Spin:Harrison spent the first nine years of his career with Pittsburgh but the Steelers cut him to save money back in March. He'll return to Heinz Field on December 15th for Sunday Night Football.
The Cincinnati Bengals and linebacker James Harrison finally agreed to a two-year contract on Friday. Harrison, a nearly 35-year-old borderline loon who the Steelers signed as an undrafted talent out of Kent State in 2002, was clipped by Pittsburgh in March. The graying badass, who has amassed 617 tackles, 64 sacks, five interceptions and 29 forced fumbles over 131 contests, remains...
The national holiday that is the NFL Draft is upon us this week, a three-day festival celebrating footballs future booms and busts beginning on Thursday evening.
The Bengals have the 21st overall pick in the first round and will start with a total of 10 picks in the seven rounds, including two each in Rounds 2, 6 and 7. Coming off of consecutive playoff seasons, the Bengals dont...
The Cincinnati Bengals completed a deal today with free agent linebacker James Harrison.
Harrison was the Defensive Player of the Year in 2008. The Bengals went with the two-time champion over Karlos Dansby, the former Dolphins linebacker whom Cincinnati had been in negotiations with as well.The two-year deal brings the Bengals an added benefit because of Harrison’s former association...
NFL News: The Cincinnati Bengals have signed former defensive player of the year, James Harrison, to a two-year deal.
Fantasy Ramifications: The Bengals defense finished 6th overall last year and have kept that defense mostly intact for 2013. And while James Harrison is 35 and way past his prime, he still has a lot to give. He isn’t an every down linebacker at this stage of his...