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cincinnati.com Nov 19, 2012The Bengals have plenty of tickets remaining for Sunday's home game against Carson Palmer and the Raiders.Upvote Share TweetThe Bengals and the Freestore Foodbank are teaming up again for the Annual Meijer Canned Food Drive. Canned foods and monetary donations will be collected at Paul Brown Stadium this Sunday prior t...Upvote Share Tweet
Monday quick hits: Newman back Wednesday; Lewis downplays Palmer returnBengals head coach Marvin Lewis said Monday the knee injury that sidelined wide receiver Andrew Hawkins Sunday in Kansas City is "day-to-day." Hawkins, injured in Friday's practice, had his knee w...Upvote Share TweetRevisiting the Cincinnati Bengals' 28-6 win at the Kansas City Chiefs: The Bengals got back to their winning formula -- running the football. BenJarvus Green-Ellis went over 100 yards rushing for the first time in 10 games as a Bengal, gaining 101 yards…Upvote Share Tweet
Slideshow: Your AFC North fan picturesESPN.com Nov 19, 2012The physical nature of the Ravens-Steelers rivalry started before the opening kickoff judging by the headlock on the Ravens fan. Even though the Bengals were in Kansas City, one fan made sure his living room remained "Bengals country." And one…Upvote Share Tweetwhodeyfans.com Nov 19, 2012The Bengals did what good teams are supposed to do. They beat an inferior opponent on the road. They won the game with no drama. They executed their game plan and never once was there a question that the Bengals were not going to win. The 9-1 Falcons st…Upvote Share Tweet
Jammal Charles wants Romeo Crennel to stick aroundprofootballtalk.com Nov 19, 2012The Chiefs’ latest loss left quarterback Matt Cassel pretty sure that his run in Kansas City is coming to an end, but running back Jammal Charles isn’t ready to give up on coach Romeo Crennel. In the wake of Sunday’s 28-6 loss to the Bengals, CharleUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 19, 2012Matt Cassel won’t say as much, but he seems to know it’s over. And Brady Quinn doesn’t seem to know where he is. After being benched for the second time this season, this time at halftime of a 28-6 loss to the Bengals, the Chiefs opening day startinUpvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 19, 2012Josh Freeman wasn't perfect, but on Sunday he looked a lot like a recent Super Bowl winner, Peter King writes. He was just one QB who had an impact, good or bad, on Week 11.Upvote Share TweetJermaine Gresham KANSAS CITY, Mo. - While A.J. Green and Geno Atkins continue their assault on the Pro Bowl as arguably the NFL's two best players at their position, Jermaine Gresham is quietly sho...Upvote Share Tweet