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Video: Bengals Drop to 0-10; Fall in Oakland 17-10 to the Raiders

The Bengals had a 7-0 lead in Oakland, but could not hold down the Raiders offense and the Bengals offense did little after that, falling to 0-10 with a 17-10 setback.

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Bengals Keep Trying for That First ‘W’ as They Travel to Oakland

The Bengals have another chance to get in the win column on Sunday, as they will travel to play for the final time in Oakland against the Raiders.

Here’s a preview from the NFL:

Video: Bengals Blasted by the Ravens 49-13 to Drop to 0-9

It was another huge day for Lamar Jackson, as the Bengals were no match for the Ravens QB as they were blasted by Baltimore 49-13

Here’s the Lowlights:

NFL Inactives Week 10: Ravens at Bengals

Here’s today’s inactives for the AFC North showdown between the Bengals and Ravens:

Baltimore:

CB Cyrus Jones
DE Ufomba Kamalu
DT Daylon Mack
QB Trace McSorley
WR Chris Moore
OG Ben Powers
WR Jaleel Scott

Cincinnati:

QB Jacob Dolegala
OT Cordy Glenn
WR A.J. Green
OG Fred Johnson
CB Dre Kirkpatrick
CB Torry McTyer
OG Alex Redmond

Video: NFL Week 10 Preview – Bengals Look to Get First Win of 2019 Vs the Ravens

The Bengals will continue to look for their first win of 2019 while the Ravens will look to keep their lead in the AFC North at two games over the Steelers when the two teams do battle Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

Here’s a preview from NFL Films.

Bengals to Get Wide Out A.J. Green Back in the Lineup Sunday

The Bengals have had no luck in the win column in 2019 thus far, but those chances will hopefully increase this week as it’s been announced by the team that wide out A.J. Green will return to the lineup for the first time this year.

Green has been on the sideline the entire season after suffering an ankle injury in the very first practice of the season.

The seven-time Pro Bowler has racked up 602 receptions for 8,907 career yards and 63 touchdowns.

There was rumors about the Bengals putting Green on the trade market, and Green, who is set to be a free agent at year’s end, said before the trade deadline that he didn’t want to be franchised or get just a one-year deal.

“Give me a long-term (contract) or just let me go,” Green said back on October 30th.

For now, he will get his chance to be back in the lineup and be able to build on his already strong resume as a receiver.

WR A.J. Green Says He Wants a Long Term Deal or Out of Cincinnati

It’s been a long and frustrating season for the Bengals and wide out A.J. Green, and Wednesday it seemed that tempers finally boiled over.

The popular wide out, who hasn’t played a down this season due to injury, said on Wednesday that if the Bengals are not in a position to give him a multi-year deal that he wants out of Cincy.

“I’m not into a one-year,” Green said on Wednesday. “Give me a long-term (contract) or just let me go.”

It’s a tough spot to be in for Green, who is 32 and in the final season of a four-year deal that will see him collect a total of $60 million.

Green hasn’t played this season due to an ankle injury he suffered during the first practice of the preseason.

With the team moving forward with the benching of long time quarterback Andy Dalton on Tuesday, it looks like Zac Taylor and company are ready to cut ties with much of the past, and that could include Green.

The Bengals could wait out the situation and if they want Green for one season in 2020, they could simply franchise him.

If they do that, the wide out says he won’t hold out like some players have done in the past.

“That’s not me,” Green said. “I’m not giving free money away. I don’t care what that is.”

It’s easy for him to say that now, but with the way feelings already are quickly being hurt it feels like, he could always change his mind come next July when camp opens should he get socked with the tag.

For now since he’s still under team control, it is all on the team to figure out if he is worth another big offer, and if the Bengals are going to be the ones to give it to him.

Bengals Bench QB Andy Dalton for Rookie Fourth-Round QB Ryan Finley

The Bengals are turning over the starting quarterback reins for the first time in nine seasons, Grant Gordon of NFL.com reports.

Andy Dalton is being benched and rookie fourth-round pick Ryan Finley is taking over for the 0-8 Bengals, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports.

Following the bye week, Finley will get the start in Week 10 against the first-place Ravens with Dalton taking a back seat in the midst of his ninth season with the Bengals.

Selected in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Dalton has started all 128 games he’s played in for the Bengals, having missed only three games in 2015 and five last season due to injury.

Over the last three games, Dalton has just two touchdowns and four interceptions as the Bengals are mired in a winless start over eight games. It’s the franchise’s worst beginning to a season in 11 years and it comes in the first year under rookie coach Zac Taylor.

With a meager 317.2 yards of offense per game, Dalton was the quarterback for the 25th-ranked offense — though it was 12th in passing (257.8 per game) and dead last in rushing (59.5). Having leaned heavily on the ginger gunslinger, Cincy continually came up empty on offense, having failed to score more than 23 points in a game this season and falling under 20 points in each of the last three weeks.