Found October 03, 2012 on
The Cincinnati Bengals have jumped to another quick start to begin the 2012 NFL first quarter of the season, leading the AFC North with a 3-1 record along with the Baltimore Ravens, who is the only team to hand Cincinnati a loss on this young season. Having now won three straight games, the Bengals appear well on their way to making another playoff run in 2012.
The Bengals shocked many people by winning the AFC wild card last season. They had a rookie quarterback and wide receiver in Andy Dalton and A.J. Green, and it was because of their strong play that Cincinnati reached the postseason. After another blazing start by both Dalton and Green, this team looks as if they will make some noise once again this season.
Cincinnati has defeated three straight teams who, much like themselves, are very young on offense. The Bengals have knocked off the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars over the past three weeks and face another team in the Miami Dolphins with a yo...
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Domata Peko got a sack on the first play, then popped up and did his rendition of a popular dance. He's not the Cincinnati Bengals lineman breaking out the moves.
The Bengals (3-1) lead the NFL with 17 sacks heading into their game Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium against the Miami Dolphins (1-3). They're getting sacks in bunches thanks to a young-and-improving line.
1. Andy Dalton has QB1 Value
Robert Griffin is probably the biggest (pleasant) surprise among fantasy quarterbacks through the season's first month, but Andy Dalton is a noteworthy second-place finisher at the moment. Between his excellent supporting cast on offense, a shootout-friendly Cincinnati defense and his own skill as a passer, Dalton is playing in conditions that have...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Domata Peko got a sack on the first play, then popped up and did his rendition of a popular dance. He's not the Cincinnati Bengals lineman breaking out the moves.
The Bengals (3-1) lead the NFL with 17 sacks heading into their game Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium against the Miami Dolphins (1-3). They're getting sacks in bunches thanks to a young-and-improving...
Believe it or not, 25% of the NFL regular season is already in the books, and at the quarter pole, your Bengals are an impressive 3-1. After the utter carnage of the opener, the last three weeks have been welcomed.
Sunday’s 27-10 dismantling of the Jacksonville Jaguars looked a lot like maturation for these young Bengals. They had shown in the Cleveland and Washington...
Sunday’s win in Jacksonville was the most convincing yet for the Bengals, and to me it showed a great deal of growth for the club. Despite being down four cornerbacks and facing perhaps the best running back in football, the Bengals completely shut down the Jaguars in Jacksonville. 3-1 sure feels good.
Let’s see how the Bengals did with the five keys this week:
There are 4 teams that are on bye this week. That along with some key injuries, has fantasy owners digging deep down their roster, or the waiver wire, trying to find someone to start. A key to a win this week could be finding a sleeper!
Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals.
Dalton has been playing very well this year, much in part to his very talented WR core loaded with AJ...
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...
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And Booooooom goes the dynamite! That wasn't the sound of Tony Romo coming back to earth, but instead the sudden outburst of fantasy points. They were plentiful this weekend. Garbage touchdowns galore (Brandon Lloyd and Dwayne Bowe) and points through the air we have been waiting for all season. The presence of Ed Hochuli's massively...
It is easy to look at a stat sheet and place blame. But when the Jacksonville Jaguars are in the mix, that is way too easy. When it comes to the surprising Cincinnati Bengals though, the stats don't lie. Jacksonville Jaguars: HeroIs it appropriate to assign a hero award to someone who didn't play? In this case, yes. The hero for the Sunday game versus the Bengals is...
After the Steelers and Colts took their players off the market in Week 4, the next seven Sundays will see at least four teams out of action, starting with Dallas, Detroit, Oakland and Tampa Bay this weekend. That's three quality quarterbacks (last week notwithstanding) out of action this week. Time to scroll down the QB Depth Chart.
1. Andy Dalton vs. Miami - Dalton has been...