Found December 18, 2011 on WhoDeyFans:
1. I’ve been on Brandon Tate at times for carrying the football like it’s hazardous waste and making fair-catch/fielding decisions that would rival Maury Povich Show regulars, but there’s no doubt that his punt return broke open the game yesterday. Tate’s 56-yard return helped lift the Bengals out of a 6-6 tie in the third [...]

Who Dey Game Plan: Bengals @ Rams

Matchup Problem:  Steven Jackson, RB This one hurts because Jackson could have spent his entire productive career as a Bengal. Cincinnati had a chance to draft Jackson, but instead traded down and took Chris Perry, who had one successful season before his career ended early due to injury. Try not to think about what Jackson [...]

Bengals hold on for key road victory

Rookie A.J. Green had six catches and topped 1,000 yards for the season, and the Cincinnati Bengals held the St. Louis Rams to 2 for 13 on third downs to help keep pace in the AFC playoff race with a 20-13 victory Sunday. Brandon Tate's 56-yard punt return set up Bernard Scott's go-ahead touchdown run late in the third quarter and Cedric Benson added a short scoring run...

Bengals grind down Rams 20-13

The Cincinnati Bengals got another big day from rookie A.J. Green. They made enough big stops on defense, too, to stay in the AFC playoff race. Green had six catches for 115 yards to top 1,000 yards receiving and the St. Louis Rams, led by a quarterback still learning the personnel, were just 2 for 13 on third down in Cincinnati's 20-13 victory Sunday. The Bengals (8-6), who...

Fifth quarter: Bengals 20, Rams 13

GAME BALLS A.J. Green: Considering that he was playing the second half with a Grade 3 sprain of his right shoulder, the rookie had six receptions for 115 yards. It his his fourth 100-yard game of the season, which is a new team rookie record. Geno Atkins: Was very active with five tackles, two tackles for loss and two quarterback hits. His sack in the fourth quarter gives him eight...

Breaking down the Jets and Bengals and the sixth spot

Ever since the Bengals beat the Rams and the Jets lost to the Eagles, there have been plenty of questions about where the Bengals stand in terms of tiebreakers and what needs to happen for them to get the sixth and final playoff spot. There is still a chance that the Chargers, Raiders or Titans could work their way into the mix too, but they need help. For the moment, we’ll focus...

Report Card — Rams game

PASS OFFENSE (B-) Solid, not great or awful. Andy Dalton (15 of 26 for 179 yards) had a passer rating of 62.8, but the number took a big hit due to his second quarter interception and not throwing a touchdown pass for the first time in 11 games. A.J. Green had 6 catches for 115 yards, including a 55-yard grab in single coverage in the first quarter and a 30-yard reception on a bubble...

Bengals rally in second half to beat Rams 20-13

ST. LOUIS – After appearing to be in a daze in the first half, the Bengals finally got back on track during the second half and rallied for a 20-13 victory over the Rams at the Edward Jones Dome to snap a two-game winning streak and keep their playoff hopes alive. The Bengals improve to 8-6 with two games left to play. It is also their fifth win on the road, giving them their first...

Get To Know Rams Opponent: Cincinnati Bengals

I know we have been pretty hit-or-miss with these crossover posts this season, but people get busy and sometimes it’s hard to get coordinated with people from across the country. This week, however, I did manage to get ahold of Bengals writer … [visit site to read more] Get To Know Rams Opponent: Cincinnati Bengals - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan...
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