Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Both are said to be day-to-day. The NFL gods where not feeling merciful this past Sunday as numerous star players from around the league fell victim to injury.
Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images The tape is out there to create big plays against the Eagles’ defense. Despite the Bengals’ 0-2 start to the 2020 season, Joe Burrow has shown why he was worthy of the No.
Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images Whoever loses this game will be 0-3, a nearly impossible hole to dig out of to make the postseason. For the second straight week, the Bengals will be touchdown underdogs against a winless team.
Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports At least one offensive lineman is playing pretty well. Even though things weren’t going right for the Bengals throughout much of Thursday night, they were in the contest until the final seconds.
Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Not an ideal start after dropping to 0-2. The Cincinnati Bengals are not off to a great start after Thursday’s 35-30 loss to the Cleveland Browns moved their record to 0-2 this season.
Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports The Bengals put up a lot of points this week, but fell short in the first 2020 matchup of “The Battle of Ohio”. Cast your vote and sound off on your winners for multiple Week 2 Bengals awards!
Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images A time machine would be helpful here. David Carr. Andrew Luck. Maybe even Deshaun Watson. Joe Burrow wouldn’t be the first young quarterback damaged due to a bad offensive line.
The former second-round pick has a chance to show what he’s truly made of. The Bengals fought valiantly in their Week 2 clash with the Browns, and a big reason they had a chance to win late was Drew Sample stepping up.