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Wallace Gilberry proclaims Bengals are “afraid of the dark”

(Credit: timesfreepress.com)   The Cincinnati Bengals have been absolutely terrible in primetime games since Andy Dalton became the starting quarterback. In nights games on Thursdays, Sundays, Mondays, Cincinnati is 2-6 in the Dalton era. That doesn’t include the three first-round playoff exits either. With a Monday night matchup with the Denver Broncos looming, the Bengals are...
Via Down and Distance
9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Bengals Pulled Out The Money Celebration 6 Times Today

Johnny Football had an absolutely miserable game today. He completed 10 passes, threw for only 80 yards, and was intercepted on two occasions. Because he played so poorly, Manziel didn’t have any opportunities to pull out the money celebration- but it did leave plenty of opportunities for the Bengals defense to troll Johnny. In total, they Money-ed six times. That’s more than...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Wallace Gilberry Throws Up Money Sign After Sacking Johnny Manziel

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel hasn’t had much of a reason to celebrate in his first NFL start against the division-rival Cincinnati Bengals. The first-round pick threw two first-half interceptions and had accumulated less than five net passing yards early in the third quarter of a game that’s quickly becoming a blowout loss for Cleveland And Bengals defensive end...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Wallace Gilberry Did Johnny Manziel’s Money Celebration After Sacking Him

Wallace Gilberry and the Cincinnati Bengals have certainly been ready for Johnny Manziel and the Browns. After sacking Manziel in the first quarter, Gilberry turned to JFF’s money sign celebration. [History of Sports] The post Wallace Gilberry Did Johnny Manziel’s Money Celebration After Sacking Him appeared first on Diehardsport.
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Bengals DE talks boldly about lining up opposite J.J. Watt

Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt is currently playing at a level that most football players dream of. His performance during the 2014 season thus far has him in the running for both Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Year honors. Watt has recorded 30 tackles, 9.5 sacks, seven passes defensed, two forced fumbles (and he's also recovered four) and one interception (an...
Via The Sports Daily
November 19, 2014  |  1 Comment

If Bengals DE lines up against Watt, he will knock him 'flat on his ass'

It isn't often that opposing defensive ends talk trash about lining up against one another on the field. And it's even less often that someone calls out J.J. Watt. Clearly, Wallace Gilberry isn't your typical defensive end. Gilberry is a seventh-year defensive end in his third season in Cincinnati. And by most measures, he's having a pretty solid season: 37 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 2...
Via Fox Sports
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals not buying into last week's Patriots

CINCINNATI -- Bengals defensive end Wallace Gilberry was watching Monday night as Kansas City delivered a 41-14 beat down of the New England Patriots at Arrowhead Stadium. National audience. The Chiefs were in need of a home win against the perennial Super Bowl contenders and quarterback Tom Brady. They got it. Gilberry knows what that means for the Bengals come this Sunday night...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
October 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Persistent Issues Linger in Atlanta's Loss to Cincinnati

After being in fantasyland for an entire week, Atlanta fell back to reality in a crushing defeating to Cincinnati. They were once again pushed around on a consistent basis inside the trenches. They weren’t able to force any turnovers or take advantage of A.J. Green being injured. The “new-and-improved” defensive line that was supposed to bring toughness was disappointing.The...
Via Pro Football Spot
September 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Gilberry's perseverance paying off

CINCINNATI --€“ It's the first Monday of the NFL regular season. Locker rooms are thinner. There is definitely more elbow room at Paul Brown Stadium. Since the last time the Bengals were in here, 22 players were told they weren't good enough to make the team's 53-man roster for one reason or another. Eight of those players were re-signed to the practice squad. It's a position Wallace...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals’ Injury Report: Tyler Eifert, Wallace Gilberry, Dre Kirkpatrick

The Cincinnati Bengals host the San Diego Chargers in a Wild Card playoff matchup on Sunday.  It is playoff time so put the women and children to bed and let’s go looking for dinner.  Who dey in and who dey out?  Find out in your Cincinnati Bengals Wild Card playoff injury report.Cornerback, Terence Newman, (knee) did not participate Wednesday and Thursday with limited participation...
Via Sports Injury Alert
January 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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