Found February 22, 2013 on
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New York Giants
INDIANAPOLIS This is the worst time of the year for Marvin Lewis. The only kind of football is not football at all.
"It's all speculative football," said the Bengals' head coach from inside Lucas Oil Stadium. "I know we're in the big show, but it's still speculative football. When we start doing football is when we get to July and August, that's fun. We get to preparing for the season, that's the fun of football."
Lewis, the Bengals and the rest of the NFL must settle for starting their annual cycle at the NFL Combine, where prospective players are poked, prodded and scrutinized from all angles in preparation for April's draft.
Lewis spoke in front of a gathering of national media and then held court with local reporters Friday. Coming off a 10-6 season and a second consecutive playoff appearance that resulted in a Wild Card loss at Houston, Lewis didn't divulge any trade secrets when it came to which position groups being tar...
BEST OF MAXIM
Offseason division gesturing is a common thing in the NFL world, especially in the vaunted AFC North that has won several championships and placed at least two playoff teams for most of the last decade.
Because of that, it was a bit of a surprise to see Marvin Lewis’ comments about the Browns and Rob Chudzinski yesterday. These comments made their way via Lewis’ most recent press...
According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, the Cincinnati Bengals will likely pass on re-signing linebacker Rey Maualuga.
Maualuga played in a career-high 1025 snaps during the 2012 season, but struggled with game-to-game consistency. The former second-round pick out of the 2009 NFL Draft started all 16 regular season games for the first time in his career.
With Maualuga likely...
Andy Dalton, QB, Cincinnati Bengals
School: Texas Christian
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
While not flashy, Andy Dalton will not hurt you either. He enjoyed a solid sophomore year in which he passed for 3,669 yards on 528 attempts and 27 touchdowns. He quietly ran in another 4 pushing his touchdown total past 30 (31) although...
A huge crash at the end of the NASCAR Nationwide race on Saturday at Daytona International Speedway sent car parts through and over the track fence in front of the grandstand. According to a post on the Volusia County Professional Firefighters Association Facebook page, at least 10 fans needed medical treatment as a result of the crash. The post indicated two patients...
Practice Makes Perfect… Spending nearly two weeks in Daytona and competing in 5 races prior to his NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) debut, Larson has spent plenty of time at the 2.5-mile superspeedway. Claiming an impressive second-place finish in the ARCA Racing Series Lucas Oil 200 last Saturday, the young driver gained some drafting experience in his first restrictor-plate race...
Nationwide race car driver Karl Lawson was the victim of a viscous crash on Saturday during the Nationwide Series at Daytona International Speedway.
This is a a photo of Kyle Larson’s Nationwide Series Engine that was caught in the catch fence at the start finish line of Daytona International Speedway. A huge multi-car wreck happened coming to the finish of the Nationwide Series Race. This was a scary situation for drivers and fans. It looked like all the drivers walked away. No word on any injuries in the grandstands...
Kyle Larson’s car was torn apart and several fans were injured because of a wreck that occurred at the end of the Drive4COPD 300 at Daytona Saturday.
The wreck was caused when Brad Keselowski bumped leader Regan Smith, whose car turned into the wall as they were going down the final stretch. Several cars got caught behind Smith, including Larson’s No. 32 car, which got spun...
It was a horrific scene at Daytona Saturday afternoon as Kyle Larson’s car flew into the catch fence sending debris including tires and a hot engine into the main grandstand. Larson himself was uninjured however a total of 28 spectators were injured including two who are in critical condition, one of which is a child. [...]
The linebacker group is another position that could be in for a complete overhaul this offseason. All of the veteran players are currently free agents. How many are worth bringing back? Could the Bengals turn them all loose and start over?
The hidden gem of the entire 2012 draft was clearly Vontaze Burfict. He took the “typical Bengals move” punchlines made in the wake of his...