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The Monday night football season kicks off the 2012 NFL season with a clash in the AFC North between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens.
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A year ago the Cincinnati Bengals burst onto the scene as contenders with rookie quarterback Andy Dalton and wide out A.J. Green leading the way. The veteran Baltimore Ravens were not impressed as they swept the Bengals in the season series. The Ravens will look to keep a stranglehold on the Bengals as they try out some new looks.
On offense Joe Flacco will get some snaps in the no-huddle that the team has worked on during the preseason. Steady running back Ray Ric...
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Last season all the “experts” had the opinion that the Cincinnati Bengals were probably going to be the worst team in the NFL. We all know how that turned out. Now, fast forward a season and many of the same experts expect very little from the Bengals. Most pick them out of the playoffs. Some fans look at the odds for more entertainment and more sports betting action, while...
As we get closer to the opening weekend of the 2012 NFL Season, it’s time for the so-called “experts” to give us with their final preseason predictions and prognostications. These “personalities” give us their deep thoughts on who will win each division, who will secure the 4 wild cards, and ultimately who will face off in the coming Super Bowl.
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The Cincinnati Bengals placed center Kyle Cook on the injured reserve list on Monday because of an ankle injury. Teams may place one player on the IR. Cook will be eligible to return to practice in Week 7 and will be eligible to play in Week 9. Cook has started the last 50 Bengals regular season and postseason games, but he sustained an ankle injury in the Aug. 23 preseason game...
According to a Cincinnati Enquirer report, coach Marvin Lewis said Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis (toe) would have played last week had it been a regular season game.Fantasy Spin:great news for fantasy owners. Green-Ellis is the lead back for the Bengals, taking over for Cedric Benson, who averaged 20.3 carries per game over the past three seasons, Green-Ellis has a good...
The Cincinnati Bengals will kick off their 2012 season one week from tonight in Baltimore against the Ravens on Monday Night Football.
While the Bengals made the playoffs last season as a wildcard with a 9-7 record and return a young, talented team, I expect a small step backward this season. The team lost 40 percent of its starting offensive line during the preseason when left...
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis told the media today that rookie cornerback Dre Kirpatrick is about two weeks away from practicing after suffering a setback with his knee last week.
Lewis says Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) will be rehabbing two more weeks or so before he practices again.
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