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As the clock wound down on the NFL trading deadline, the Cincinnati Bengals (6-2) are more focused on bringing home a treat from their Thursday night Halloween meeting with the Miami Dolphins (3-4) at Sun Life Stadium heading into the Bye week. While the team sits atop the AFC North with good traction, the defense is beaten up from the first half of the season and is thin in many positions. But did the Bengals need to make a move, and were any of them worthwhile? Here’s the list:
Injuries -Leon Hall (Achilles), out for season
Taylor Mays (shoulder), unknown
The secondary has been scrapped together for a good portion of the season, and with the loss of veteran Hall, there could have been reason for another veteran to be brought in. During September, most of the Bengals’ secondary was in and out of the training room with Hall dealing with a hamstring injury, Adam Jones abdominal, Brandon Ghee out for a month with concussion protocol, and Dre Kirkpatrick with a hamstring inju...
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The Bengals will have to work extra hard to protect Andy Dalton Thursday night with Left Tackle Andrew Whitworth likely out with a knee injury
The surging Cincinnati Bengals (6-2) travel to Miami Thursday night to take on the reeling Dolphins. The Dolphins started the season 3-0 but have lost four straight. The Bengals will be fighting to extend their two and a half game lead in...
Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins has been sidelined against Miami because of a knee injury and has been ruled out for the rest of the game.
Atkins was slow to get up following a play in the second quarter Thursday, then walked off the field with assistance from two teammates. He came into the game with a team-high five sacks.
The Bengals were already without middle...
The Cincinnati Bengals announced on Thursday that WR Andrew Hawkins has been activated from the IR/recall list.
The Bengals also signed DE DeQuin Evans signed to their practice squad.
Hawkins, 27, was placed on injured reserve with the designation to return after he suffered an ankle injury at the start of the regular season.
Hawkins will likely take over as the team’s slot...
The Bengals put safety Taylor Mays on injured reserve Wednesday with a dislocated right shoulder, ending his season.
Mays hurt the shoulder while making a tackle on the final play in the first half of a 49-9 win over the New York Jets on Sunday. The Bengals (6-2) suffered several significant injuries, leaving them short-handed for a game on Thursday night at Miami (3-4).
Ask anyone who they think will win the NFL MVP this year, and the odds are high that you will hear “Peyton Manning” in response from the majority.You may hear names such as Andrew Luck, Drew Brees, or even Jamaal Charles as well, but one name you will not hear is Andy Dalton.Dalton, who has been on a tear recently and whose Bengals are serious contenders in the AFC, is a true...
The Cincinnati Bengals travel to South Beach to face the Miami Dolphins in a Thursday night Halloween hoedown. It will be a scary night for the Dolphins if the Bengals play half as good as they did last Sunday against the New York Jets. Which of your favorite Cincy Cats will be healthy enough to smash the candy corn out of the Dolphins Halloween night? Who dey in and who dey...
Bengals MLB Rey Maualuga will miss 3-4 weeks with a sprained MCL beginning with Thursday night's game against Miami.Fantasy Spin:Maualuga absence (51 tackles) could pave the way for the Dolphins running game to make a dent in the Bengals defense.
There’s little doubting the ease in which the Cincinnati Bengals have opened up a significant lead in the AFC North. The Bengals’ divisional competition is headlined by the Baltimore Ravens, who are a shell of their championship selves. The Steelers and the Browns are still struggling to remain relevant at this point in the season.
Such easy competition may be great for actually...
Cincinnati Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth is inactive for Thursday night's game against the Miami Dolphins because of a right knee injury and will be replaced by Anthony Collins.
Whitworth, who had been questionable, was hurt in Sunday's victory over the New York Jets.
Bengals backup linebacker Michael Boley is inactive because of a hamstring injury.
Thursday, October 31 Cincinnati (6-2) at Miami (3-4), Cincinnati favored by 2 1/2 Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was seen as the team’s biggest question mark, despite leading them to the playoff in each of his first two seasons. However, this…Read more →
The Miami Dolphins will host the Cincinnati Bengals as Week 9 of the NFL season gets underway on Thursday.
Aided by a four game win streak the Bengals (6-2) are looking like the team to beat in the AFC North while the Dolphins (3-4) are falling apart after beginning the season 3-0.
Coverage of the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolpohins will air on the NFL Network...
The Cincinnati Bengals played their best game of the season, and maybe in recent memory, on Sunday against the New York Jets and their better than average defense. The Bengals scored early and often, and on both sides of the ball, and wound up winning by a score of 49-9, the largest margin of victory in the Marvin Lewis era. There weren't a lot of negatives, but there were plenty...
It's Halloween and we get a game between the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals. Here's Thursday night's NFL drinking game.
Join Rick Laughland and Daniel Feuerstein as they review the New York Jets blowout loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 9.
Halloween was not kind to the Cincinnati Bengals as they lost a road game to the Miami Dolphins Thursday night. The Dolphins downed the Bengals 22-20 in overtimes as QB Andy Dalton was sacked for a safety. The tricks continued against Cincinnati as they suffered a key defensive injury. DT Geno Atkins suffered a knee injury which is believed to be a torn ACL, a season ending malady...