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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!! As Bengals fans, I think we’ve got a lot to be thankful for. We’ve got a defense that seems to have a fire under their butt, a running game that is finally where we want it to be, a star receiver that has ball skills to match his humble personality and a Quarterback that isn’t a jerk. This is the week I’ve been looking forward to all season. The week that Palmer returns to PBS after his horrible parting from our fair city and we get to make him eat one of his own quotes: “I will never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again.” Let’s look at last week first.
We did everything we needed to affirm that the team that took the Giants to the house is capable of repeating the performance. The defense took care of Cassel AND Quinn and did a pretty good job of stopping Charles. The offense exploded with a running game that has been absent all year. Benny finally hit 100 yards and Peerman didn’t have a shabby day either. This is exactly the running game tha
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With so many focusing on other second year quarterbacks many are over looking what Andy Dalton is doing for the Cincinnati Bengals.
“The Red Rifle” is tied for sixth in the NFL in touchdown passes and has connected with A.J. Green for a touchdown in nine consecutive games this season.
In the last two weeks Dalton has completed 66.1 percent of his passes for 429 yards, six touchdowns...
The Bengals struggled early in the season but find themselves in position to make a playoff run. Can the young team keep it together?
After going a red hot 13-1 in week 11, I went 2-1 on Thanksgiving day. For the season that makes it 106-57. I'm still in striking distance of .750 for the season.
Let's take a look at week 12.
Minnesota at Chicago - The Vikings...
The Bengals did what they were supposed to do. They went on the road and took out a Chiefs team that’s mired in misery. Don’t we know that pain Bengals fans? It’s just nice to know that fans of other teams outside of the Queen City have to experience this pain. Don’t look now but the Bengals are back to .500 and with a schedule that’s hardly daunting the rest of the way...
Carson Palmer’s return to Cincinnati has been overlooked with so many other headlines making waves this week.
Last season Palmer was traded from the Bengals to the Raiders after a standoff with Bengals ownership yielded some seriously hard feelings.
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Bengals receiver Andrew Hawkins was inactive in Week 11 due to a sore knee and is doubtful for Sunday's game against Oakland.Fantasy Spin:He's caught 34 balls for 394 yards and three touchdowns this season, but his production has faded after a hot start. Mohamed Sanu has become the primary receiver playing opposite A.J. Green.
Bengals safety Reggie Nelson and wide receiver Marvin Jones appear likely to make their respective return this weekend against the Oakland Raiders.
Nelson had a full week's of participation during practice whereas Marvin Jones went full-go on Friday, after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday.
Cornerback Adam Jones, center Jeff Faine and cornerback Terence Newman are all...
Last week: 26 (+6)
The Bengals now stand at 5-5, but I won’t rule them out to be this year’s team that goes from in the playoffs to 5 wins or fewer. The Lions are the favorite and I also won’t rule out that we won’t have one this year, something that’s only happened once in the last decade. However, looking at the Bengals remaining schedule, they’re only definitely...
The return of Carson Palmer back to Cincinnati is one of the many highlights of afternoon games in week 11. We know the story line from last year, where Palmer would rather retire than play another year for the Bengals. How did that work out? Well, the Bengals are an emerging team featuring a great combo of young talent at the skill positions, and a couple of extra draft picks to...
Bengals fans in the local area will not get to see the return of Carson Palmer on Sunday when their former quarterback returns to Paul Brown Stadium as a member of the Oakland Raiders.
The game failed to sell out, marking the second straight Bengals game that won't be seen in the Cincinnati area due to lack of ticket sales, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Oakland Raiders (3-7) at Cincinnati Bengals (5-5)
Every year, one team goes from the playoffs to 5 wins or fewer. The Bengals now stand at 5-5, but I won’t rule out them losing out. The Lions at 4-6 are the favorite this year and I also won’t rule out that we won’t have one this year (only happened once in the last decade). However, looking at the Bengals’ remaining schedule...
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For seven seasons, Carson Palmer was the face of the Cincinnati Bengals, leading them to two playoff appearances and earning two Pro Bowl trips before the parties endured an ugly split last year.
Returning to Paul Brown Stadium for the first time since he was traded to Oakland, Palmer looks to help the Raiders avoid a fourth straight loss and keep the Bengals from a third consecutive...