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The sky is not falling

Yes, I saw it, too. On Sunday night, with the eyes on the nation on the Cincinnati Bengals taking on the New England Patriots, the team took the worst beating it has endured since a 31-point shellacking in the 2013 opener on, you guessed it, national TV (Monday Night Football). Cris Collinsworth hit the nail […]

Previewing The 2014 Cincinnati Bengals Schedule Release

The Cincinnati Bengals will aim for a fourth consecutive trip to the playoffs and a second straight AFC North division title in 2014. Both objectives will be easier said than done, however, as the Bengals get to work in September without offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, who left for the Washington Redskins. Cincy still has Andy […]

Free agent wishlist: No. 10

With free agency set to begin March 11, BengalsGab’s part-time blogger (he knows not to quit his day job) Florida Bengal is counting down his top 10 targets the Bengals could realistically acquire and should look at once free agency officially opens up. I’m going to start this feature with an old friend. Don’t laugh […]

Bengals Want To Resign Anthony Collins

The Cincinnati Bengals reportedly want their offensive right tackle back for next season. Anthony Collins started the final six games, the last one being the AFC wildcard loss to the San Diego Chargers at left tackle in 2013. Collins’ production was enough that Bengals want to bring the 28-year-old unrestricted free agent back on a […]

Bengals Staying In The Family With Coaching Staff

There is no need to reach out when you have the personnel you need. That’s how the Bengals feel. The AFC North champions have promoted all of their coaching vacancies through their staff. When offensive and defensive coordinators Jay Gruden and Mike Zimmer left town to become head coaches, the Bengals promoted Hue Jackson and […]

Bengals Collect 9th Win Of The Season; Beat Arizona 23-16

Andy Dalton threw a pair of touchdown passes, and Cincinnati withstood yet another fourth-quarter comeback by Arizona, holding on for a 23-16 victory Saturday that kept the Bengals in playoff contention. The Bengals (9-6) secured only their third winning record in the last 21 years with the triumph over Arizona. Dalton threw an 11-yard touchdown pass […]

Will Andy Dalton, A.J. Green make NFL History?

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“Pacman” back in the Jungle

After practicing all this week, the Bengals have decided to add cornerback/return specialist Adam “Pacman” Jones to the active roster. Signed to a two-year deal by the Bengals in 2010, Jones had earned the club’s nickelback job and registered 14 tackles and an interception in fives games last season before suffering a herniated disc that […]