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The Cincinnati Bengals have rebounded nicely from an ugly season-opening defeat.
Backed by a potent offense and improving defense, the Bengals look for a fourth consecutive victory when they host the hard-luck Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Coming off a 9-7 playoff season, Cincinnati (3-1) opened this year with an embarrassing 44-13 loss at Baltimore. However, that defeat might have lit a fire under the Bengals, who have averaged 33.0 points during a three-game winning streak that included consecutive road contests at Washington and Jacksonville.
"The second quarter (of the season) is going to be just as tough, if not tougher," defensive back Terence Newman said. "The third quarter is going to be tougher than the second, and the fourth is going to be the most difficult. As long as we can maintain and stay healthy I think we'll definitely be OK."
Cincinnati thus far has been able to take advantage of a five-game stretch against teams starting a rookie or second...
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Cincinnati Bengals’ second year wide receiver from Georgia A.J. Green was named by the NFL as AFC Offensive Player of the Month Thursday. He nearly achieved a triple crown of sorts in for September showdowns.
Green led the AFC in receptions (27), was second in receiving yards (428) and tied for most touchdowns (three) among AFC receivers. Beyond his statistics, he continued...
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The Bengals entertain the Dolphins this Sunday, sadly or not so sadly for some there will be no reunion between the Bengals and Chad Johnson/Ochocinco or whatever he calls himself now. Instead Tannehill, Hartline and the Bush you can support and the gang roll into town.
I firmly believe that...
Despite having one of the NFL’s worst-ranked defenses going into Sunday’s game vs. the Jaguars, as well as being down three opening-day starters(Thomas Howard, Nate Clements, Leon Hall), the Bengals rose up to the challenge and held the Jaguars in check for much of the game en route to a 27-10 victory. The story of the game was the pressure they were able to get on QB Blaine...
As the Bengals prepare to face the Dolphins at PBS in about 30 minutes, here’s a quick glance at the inactives.
The Bengals are sitting some of the usual suspects, particularly DB’s Dre Kirkpatrick and Jason Allen, both of whom are still recovering from injuries. They’ve been down pretty much all year, so its no surprise. The good news is that Leon Hall and Nate Clements...
When Cincinnati hosts Miami on Sunday, the Bengals will likely be facing a desperate team. If the 1-3 Dolphins want to stay in the AFC East division race, they must win this game. But the host team is playing with a ton of confidence, looking to continue building off of its 2011 playoff season.Here are THREE BOLD PREDICTIONS for Sunday’s Week 5 game at Paul Brown Stadium:1...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- No last-minute heartbreak for the Dolphins this time.
Reshad Jones put it away with a saving interception.
Jones picked off Andy Dalton's overthrown pass at midfield with 1:22 left on Sunday, preserving a 17-13 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals that ended two weeks of miserable finishes for Miami.
Miami (2-3) had dropped its past two games in overtime...
CINCINNATI -- For the third week in a row, the Miami Dolphins held a lead in the fourth quarter. On Sunday afternoon, they finally converted that advantage into a win. Miami cornerback Reshad Jones intercepted an Andy Dalton pass with 1 minute, 22 seconds to play, sealing Joe Philbin's first road win as a head coach, 17-13 over the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium....