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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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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...
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...
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...
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...