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The FOX NFL Game of the Week features the Green Bay Packers traveling to the banks of the Ohio to face the Cincinnati Bengals. With both clubs harboring playoff aspirations, let's get the lowdown on each team's subplots heading into this river city rendezvous.
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Will Giovani Bernard see more touches?
That's the disposition of Bengaldom, at least, following the North Carolina product's electrifying spectacle versus the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night. As dynamic of a component as Bernard is to the Cincinnati offense, this wish will not come to pass in Week 3. The play of BenJarvus Green-Ellis is far from stimulating, yet it is potent and efficient. The Law Firm won't bust out 20-yard scampers, but he's a dependable and sound back in one of the few remaining game plans that utilize the terrain attack as an offensive foundation. Moreover, Green-Ellis is...
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I don’t know what one person was thinking when they decided that they would fire paintballs at Adam Pacman’ Jones car and according to the tweet below the notorious Bengals’ defensive back isn’t taking it lightly. Hopefully he doesn’t find them! If I catch the ***** who paint ball my car ,it’s going to be a long night !!!!!! — ADAm Pacman Jones (@REALPACMAN24) September...
Giovani Bernard was so impressive against the Steelers that I almost didn’t post the article I’d been working on throughout the game gushing about his ability as it seemed obvious by the time he crossed the goal line for the second time. Still, the distribution remained heavily waited toward BenJarvus Green-Ellis (23 touches to 9) despite Bernard producing at a much more efficient...
The Cincinnati Bengals placed defensive end Robert Geathers on season-ending Injured Reserve on Wednesday two days after he suffered an elbow injury in the 20-10 victory against Pittsburgh.
Geathers is the longest tenured Bengals player after being drafted in the fourth round in 2004. He appeared in 140 games with 108 starts including the postseason.
The Bengals also waived first...
Giovani Bernard darted through the Steelers' defense for two touchdowns and the lead. BenJarvus Green-Ellis finished them off with between-the-tackle runs.
The Bengals' backfield is starting to cause double trouble.
Cincinnati is getting quick returns on its investment in Bernard, a rookie brought in to give them more of a receiving threat out of the backfield. He led the...
Giovani Bernard was one of the main Bengals featured on this season of Hard Knocks and has shown in his limited play that has the ability break for a big play at the NFL level. Now, Bengals offensive coordinator, Jay Gruden, has stated that the carries between Bernard and starter, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, will be closer to 50/50 sooner rather than later.
If you tuned in on Monday to watch the Cincinnati Bengals defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers at home, you may have noticed an interesting choice of music being played over the speaker system at Paul Brown Stadium throughout the game.
The music I am referring to is Katy Perry's hit sing "Roar" and it apparently didn't go over well with the majority of Bengals fans...
If this NFL coaching doesn't work out, Marvin Lewis should try out for "Survivor." He'd never be voted off the island.
He's survived since 2003 with the Bengals, making "Survivor: Cincinnati" the second-longest coaching show in the NFL. Only Bill Belichick has more tenure than Lewis. That's about the only reason you'll see those two names...
You can play your AC/DC, your Nickelback, your P.O.D., your Papa Roach ... you can play some really terrible music at NFL stadiums and nobody will say a word.
But Katy Perry? Nuh uh.
The Cincinnati Bengals found out that the hard way, when they played the bubblegum pop star's song, "Roar," before, during and after Monday's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Paul...
Marvin Lewis, who is the second-most tenured coach in the NFL behind Bill Belichick, wondered if his time was up in Cincinnati. Instead, with new faces in key places, he's coaching a team coming off back-to-back playoff appearances. The Bengals host the Packers on Sunday.
The Cincinnati Bengals announced that they’ve placed DE Robert Geathers on season-ending injured reserve.
Reports from earlier in the day suggested that the Bengals were “preparing to hear the worst” in regards to Geathers’ elbow injury.
Geathers, 30, signed a three-year deal worth $9.5 million back in March. His loss could open the door for rookie Margus Hunt to see more...
We turn to Kevin Goheen, who covers the Bengals for FoxSportsOhio.com, to give us the inside scoop on Sunday's game against Cincinnati. Just how good are the Bengals after splitting their first two games? Is Andy Dalton underrated? And can the Bengals' front four slow down Aaron Rodgers?
Due to the loss of inside linebacker Larry Foote for the season and the fact that the Cincinnati Bengals have a dangerous 12 personnel grouping consisting of two very talented pass catching tight ends, the Pittsburgh Steelers defense broke out their dime package in the loss Monday night.
This dime package was made of four safeties with Shamarko Thomas mostly playing in the slot as...
For the third straight week, the Green Bay Packers will face off with a 2012 playoff team.
This time around, it’s the Cincinnati Bengals – coming off a short week – who welcome the Packers to Paul Brown Stadium for the first time since 2005.
Both of these teams were pegged as serious contenders in their respective conference which begs the question; could this be a preview...
The Cincinnati Bengals get set to host the Green Bay Packers as QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green look to keep up with whatever offensive barrage QB Aaron Rodgers leads.
AccuScore simulated the match-up 1,000 times. Even as the road team, the Packers are 56.9 percent favorites to get the victory. They covered the -2.5 spread in approximately 54 percent of their simulated wins. If...