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No question the biggest offensive play of the year is quarterback Andy Dalton's 28-yard pass to wide receiver Marvin Jones on Sunday.Share Tweet
For Bengals, rain showed up just in timecincinnati.com Oct 6, 2013If Marvin Lewis owned a button to trigger the skies opening and pouring a monsoon into Paul Brown Stadium, he couldn't have picked a better time than when it occurred Sunday.Share TweetThe injuries to key defensive starters Leon Hall and Michael Johnson were supposed to be the reason Tom Brady could carve up the Bengals defense.Share Tweet
Bengals success product of veteran depthESPN.com Oct 6, 2013CINCINNATI -- A little more than an hour before the Cincinnati Bengals lined up for the opening kick Sunday, there was reason to panic. It had just been announced that defensive end Michael Johnson, whose big plays were crucial in the Week 3 win over Gr…Share TweetCNNSI.com Oct 6, 2013Peyton Manning outgunned Tony Romo in an instant classic. Plus, unbeatens fall in a wild Week 5.Share TweetCNNSI.com Oct 6, 2013Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a Week 5 that got better and better as the day unfolded. ...Share Tweet
Can we believe the Bengals this time?ESPN.com Oct 6, 2013CINCINNATI -- OK, Cincinnati Bengals, can we have a heart to heart? Your win over the New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon was fantastic, amazing, stupendous, remarkable and any other adjective you can think of along those lines. The fact that one w…Share TweetMother Nature, Mike Zimmer and a Super Bowl scout teamed up to stop that naturally-occurring phenomenon known as quarterback Tom Brady.Share Tweet
Brady: Patriots' loss 'all that really matters'cincinnati.com Oct 6, 2013New England quarterback Tom Brady was denied a touchdown pass in the Bengals' 13-6 win at Paul Brown Stadium, but the end of his 52-game streak with a strike wasn't foremost on his mind.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 6, 2013The Patriots were held without a touchdown by the Bengals on Sunday, bringing an end to their four-game winning streak to start the season and quarterback Tom Brady’s 52-game streak with a touchdown pass. Brady didn’t want to talk about the streak endin…Share Tweet"I think obviously that's a huge win for a football team that was playing a good team. It came at the right time."Share TweetCINCINNATI -- Observed in the locker room after the Cincinnati Bengals' 13-6 win over the New England Patriots: Partly cloudy Lewis: As much as Bengals coach Marvin Lewis wanted to enjoy Sunday's win over one of the NFL's last unbeaten teams, he was qui…Share TweetNothing ends pretty, otherwise it wouldn't end. Tom Brady had thrown a touchdown in 52 straight NFL games dating back to September 12, 2010. It was the second-longest streak in NFL history behind only Drew Brees' 54. But now, after a historically misera…Share TweetBenJarvus Green-Ellis ran 1 yard in the fourth quarter for the game's only touchdown, and the Cincinnati Bengals ended Tom Brady's long streak of touchdown passes on Sunday in a 13-6 victory over the previously unbeaten New England Patriots.Share TweetThe Patriots won’t have tight end Rob Gronkowski in the lineup on Sunday, but it looks like wide receiver Danny Amendola will make his return to the lineup. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Amendola is “good to go” for Sunday’s matchup with the …Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 6, 2013DE Mario Williams has 7.5 sacks, the most in Bills history through five games. The Dolphins promoted S Jordan Kovacs from the practice squad. The Patriots offensive line will be challenged by the Bengals defensive line on Sunday. T D’Brickashaw Ferguson…Share Tweet
Patriots' Offense At Heart Of LossOct 6Mike Reiss recaps the Patriots' 13-6 loss to the Bengals.
Week 5: New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals highlightsOct 6The Cincinnati Bengals hand Tom Brady and the New England Patriots their first loss of the season with a 13-6 victory in Week 5 of NFL action.
Bengals Deal Patriots First LossOct 6BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 67 yards and the game's only touchdown as the Bengals defeated the Patriots 13-6.
Cincinnati Bengals postgame press conferenceOct 6Bengals react following game with Patriots