Found June 24, 2012 on
The once afterthought Cincinnati Bengals played their young hearts out on their way to a playoff berth. The Rookie pairing of QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green turned heads from day one. The Cincinnati Bengals hosted a large amount of below the radar youth which will look to capitalize on the age of the Baltimore Ravens and fight hard against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns for Northern Supremacy. With the Cleveland Browns drafting RB Trent Richardson and QB Brandon Weeden, their primary ball handlers suddenly are exorbitantly upgraded. Not many are high on Weeden, age playing a factor. Weeden is still the more polished, professional, and competitive option. With G David DeCastro being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team has their replacement for legend Alan Faneca. RB Rashard Mendenhall was inconsistent both on Twitter and on the gridiron. An improve offensive line will do wonders for the Steelers. The loss of WR Hines Ward does not help their edge blocking or

Bengals still trying to figure out where to place Devon Still

The Cincinnati Bengals drafted defensive lineman Devon Still in round two, but are still trying to figure out where to place him. Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer explains that the Bengals hope to get more insight whether Still should be a defensive tackle or a defensive end during upcoming Organized Team Activities.  For now, Still prefers [...]

Adam Jones Warns Against His Past Lifestyle At Rookie Symposium

Adam "PacMan" Jones became synonymous with "troubled youth" soon after entering the NFL in 2005. Jones began his troublesome NFL career with a contract holdout and followed it with a nightclub fight, drug charge, involvement in a strip club shooting, and eventually a one year suspension from the league. No player better represented the stereotypical thug athlete...

Bengals Young, Promising Wide Receivers Put Team First

Brandon Tate is making a push for a starting wide receiver spot with the Bengals. The perspective that former Bengals wide receiver and return specialist Glenn Holt added this week provided a unique insight. Not a perspective promoted through the coaches, rather a former player turned coach with experience between different eras. Having spent a majority of his short NFL career...

Paul Brown Stadium to allow fans to smoke... sort of

Mike Brown has made another move to appease disgruntled fans. Today, the Bengals decided to allow individuals to leave the stadium for a smoking break and come back in. The stadium will section off areas around gates A, C, D & E with bike racks to allow smoking Cincinnatians to smoke outside and re-enter the stadium with no hassle. This has never been allowed at Paul Brown...

Cincinnati Bengals rank fifth with $16.58 million under salary cap

According to Pro Football Talk, the Cincinnati Bengals currently rank fifth in the NFL with $16.58 million available under the team's salary cap for 2012. Jacksonville ($25.1 million), Tennessee ($19.97 million), Philadelphia ($18.02 million) and Cleveland ($17.7 million) round out the top five. During the last public release of the team-by-team salary cap, the Cincinnati Bengals...

Rebuilding the ofensive line will translate into a productive rushing offense

One reason why the return of the West Coast offense was so timely last year, along with the painful need to say goodbye to the Bob Bratkowski offense (am I right?), was Cincinnati's depressing production when running the football in recent seasons. In fact during the Marvin Lewis era, the Cincinnati Bengals rushing offense has breached the top-ten within major rushing statistics...

Cincinnati Bengals 2012 Fantasy Football Preview

Cincinnati may not be the prettiest of cities these days, but that doesn’t mean the Bengals aren’t anticipating a successful year on the gridiron. The Bengals are a young and upcoming team who can easily surpass the 21.5 points per game (18th in the league) they scored last season and realistically compete with the rest of the AFC North which doesn’t look nearly as lopsided...
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