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Rev Racing Racing Rookie, Kyle Larson, will continue to battle for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship in this Saturday's Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 140 at Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway.
Originally scheduled to be the 11th event on the 14-race schedule, the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 140 will now be a major factor in shaping the championship picture. Originally to be contested, Sept. 3, Brett Moffitt had a 20-point lead on Larson with four races to go before rain washed out everything but practice and this race was rescheduled. Now, following a win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and a top-five finish at Dover International Speedway, Larson holds a slim points lead heading into one of the final two races of the season and is eyeing this program's first NASCAR touring series championship.
“We've been pretty consistent all year and you've got to be consistent to win,” said Larson. "My No. 6 Rev Racing and L&M Ethanol Maintenance & Contra...
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I like where the Bengals are headed. They have a solid young QB and WR, I also like what BGE brings at the RB position. They need to shore up their defense some and this team will be around for years to come.
Denver - Win
Giants - Loss
@ KC - Win
Oakland - Win
@ SD - Win
Dallas - Win
@ Phili - Loss
@ Pitt - Loss
Baltimore - Loss
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It’s been a rough few weeks in the Queen City. I know that as Bengals fans we have endured years, and years, and years, and years of heartbreak. We’ve all grown tired of the losing. One might think that by now our fanbase should be used to the losing. But strangely, even more this year, the losing seems to sting just a bit more. Maybe its because we thought the franchise had...
Last week: 23 (-4) Record: 3-4 Before the season, I picked the Bengals to be this year’s team to go from in the playoffs to 5 wins or fewer because I thought they were the weakest of the 12 playoff teams last year, coming in tied for the fewest wins with 9 and having not [...]
The Bengals, after their 3rd straight defeat of the season to AFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers are now sobering up to the harsh reality that their current form suggests they’re one of the bottom dwellers of the NFL. Adding further insult to injury is that they’re now 1-3 within the AFC North and have been humiliated by the previously winless Cleveland Browns, happy times they...
Below is the week 7 offensive line breakdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers game against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday night.
This was perhaps the best effort I have seen from an entire unit in some time as the run blocking was excellent. Outside of the three sacks allowed, and a few deep pressures, there wasn't much to complain about as the group really did a good job in the power...
The Pittsburgh Steelers two point conversion Sunday night against the Cincinnati Bengals was an interesting play and one that likely will never be run against that defensive personnel every again.
That being said, it worked as tight end Heath Miller schooled Bengals cornerback Leon Hall on a fade pattern for the conversion.
So why was a pass play featuring 32 personnel (three...