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Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals NFL Week 2 Preview
A.J. Green was considered by John Harbaugh as arguably the best wide receiver in the NFL, but Andy Dalton proved that he still has some growing pains to go through.
Andrew Hawkins and Armon Binns are the next targets alongside tight end Jermaine Gresham, which is certainly a concern.
The Brown are unfortunately without Joe Haden, which should open up the playbook to take more shots down the field. Benjarvus Green-Ellis is the bellcow for the Bengals offense, and Dalton’s ability to escape pressure and run on his own is always encouraged.
Going up against the Ravens defense always looks a lot worse than it really is since they have wreaked more havoc than any other defensive team has in the last decade.
Dalton will be eyeing on Green against a now somewhat depleted Browns secondary with Haden. It will now be up to Dimitri Patterson and Sheldon Brown to slow down the Bengals attack, but D’Qwell J...
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Suspended Browns cornerback Joe Haden acknowledged the Cleveland fans and apologized for his actions that led to a four game suspension for a performance enhancing substance-
Haden has been relatively quiet on the social media platform, the apology was just his second tweet during the month of September. Before the rumors began circulating about an impending suspension for recreational...
BEREA, Ohio -- Pat Shurmur tried Monday.
Brandon Weeden did his best on Wednesday.
Thursday it was Brad Childress turn to explain how a guy the Browns felt was so ready he didnt need to play the final preseason game could finish with four interceptions and a 5.1 rating in the season opener.
It wasnt a simple task.
But though Weeden admitted things cant get worse, Childress said...
Browns linebacker Scott Fujita is practicing for the first time since his three-game suspension was overturned.
Fujita was banned from the team's facility last week before a three-member appeals panel ruled in his favor and for three other players suspended by the NFL for their roles in the Saints' bounty program. Fujita is expected to meet soon with commissioner Roger Goodell...
Week 1 is in the books, and with it came the unpredictable, crazy, and unexpected turnover of the NFL which leads to wild speculation. THE REDSKINS ARE GOOD! MARK SANCHEZ FOR MVP! THE 49ERS ARE A DYNASTY…AFTER WEEK1! And so on and so forth. More importantly, however, the NFL gave us our weekly dose of delicious meltdowns. There are some surpirses (no Romo?) and some unsurprises...
Last week Browns fans predicted a 27-16 loss to the Eagles and got a lot of things wrong. Now that you’ve seen the team and you’ve also (likely) seen the Bengals get pounded by the Ravens, we’ll see how you do. Results will be posted before game time.
A visit from the Cleveland Browns might provide the Cincinnati Bengals with an ideal opportunity to rebound from a terrible season-opening performance.
The Bengals look to continue their recent success over their AFC North rivals by trying to hand the visiting Browns an eighth consecutive loss Sunday.
One of three division teams to make the playoffs in 2011, Cincinnati was hoping...
Cincinnati Bengals starting outside linebacker Thomas Howard tore his anterior cruciate ligament in practice this week and was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.
Howard led the Bengals with 120 tackles last season.
He had four tackles, one sack and a pass deflection in a 44-13 loss to the Ravens
We never wish injuries on anyone in the NFL, but it is a part of the game and as Browns fans know all too well, it changes the action each and every Sunday. That disclaimer in mind, Thomas Howard’s injury is a big blow to the Bengals defense ahead of the matchup this weekend with the Browns. The Bengals re-signed Roddrick Muckelroy, who was one of the team’s final cuts leading...
If you couldn’t tell I’m still a little grouchy about the loss. I love all of my co-writers here but if I read one more time that ‘It’s only Week 1′ I’m gonna flip. If you read my schedule prediction from last week you’ll know that I did pick the Bengals to lose but I didn’t expect them to be humiliated on National Television. In my opinion, if this is going...