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CINCINNATI -- Among the media who were in the Cincinnati Bengals' locker room Monday afternoon the most asked question was: Who in the world is Thad Lewis? Whether you're a Bengals fan, Buffalo Bills fan or somewhere in between, you may be asking yourse…
Share TweetLess than 15 minutes after talking to ESPN about holding New England without a touchdown, Mike Zimmer was back up in his office at Paul Brown Stadium looking at the film of Buffalo's game against Cleveland.
Bengals-Patriots report cardUpdated Oct 7 Share TweetJoe Reedy offers his report card for the big Bengals' 13-6 win over New England. Reedy even hands out one A+.Share TweetBengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones punched a woman in the head after she poured beer on his shoulder to stop him from using profanity toward her and her friends, a prosecutor said Monday at the start of the player's trial on an assault charge.
Upon Further Review: Bengals Week 5Updated Oct 7 Share TweetAn examination of four hot issues from the Cincinnati Bengals' 13-6 win over the Patriots: Law Firm leads the way: On the Bengals' off day Tuesday, running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis spoke to students at a southwest Ohio middle school. Leadership was th…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetBoth Bennie and The Jet stood tall in Sunday's 13-6 victory over the Patriots at sold-out Paul Brown Stadium.Share TweetUpdated: 10-7-13, 4:30 p.m. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis said Monday he felt good about getting back cornerback Leon Hall (hamstring) for Sunday's game in Buffalo (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 1...
Bengals Walkthrough: Absurd stats editionUpdated Oct 7 Share TweetThe last 300-yard passer against Mike Zimmer was Brandon Weeden during Week 2 of last season (322 yards). Since then, he's stopped these QBs from passing the marker.
Doc: 10 observations from Bengals-PatsUpdated Oct 7 Share TweetThe Men re-established themselves among the AFC's ever-changing elite Sunday, with a defensive effort and a game plan that could barely have been better. Here are 10 observations from Paul Daugherty.
Wyche: NFL tried to stop no-huddle in '80sUpdated Oct 7 Share TweetThe no-huddle offense has become a staple of the NFL in 2013 but Sam Wyche, who introduced the system to the league in the 1980s, has revealed that the NFL tried to put a stop to it when he was coaching the Cincinnati Bengals.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe Patriots carded the Bengals before they could get in and belly up to Sunday's AFC Big Boy game at Paul Brown Stadium. And the Bengals responded.
Wyche: NFL Didn't Want No-HuddleOct 7ESPN Insider and former Buffalo Bills GM Bill Polian offers a unique perspective on Sam Wyche's claim that the NFL threatened to penalize the Cincinnati Bengals if they employed the no-huddle offense in the 1988 AFC Championship Game against the Bill
Thad Lewis To Start At QBOct 7Adam Schefter reacts to the news that the Bills will start Thad Lewis at quarterback on Sunday against the Bengals.
Why are Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green struggling to connect?Oct 7Is there a chemistry problem brewing in Cincinnati? Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin and Mike Silver discuss the quarterback-receiver pairing of Cincinnati Bengals Andy Dalton and A.J. Green.
Jim Trotter: Oakland Raiders cut losses with Matt Flynn as Terrelle Pryor …Oct 7OAKLAND, Calif. -- After winning a game the Raiders absolutely had to win against the Chargers, a 27-17 test of their mental and physical resolve on Sunday night, general manager Reggie McKenzie stood in the hallway outside the team's locker room with a…
Letdowns, New Leases and Late-Night FootballOct 7For almost 60 minutes, Tony Romo went toe-to-toe with a peaking Peyton Manning and nearly won, but he’ll just be remembered now for his costly fourth-quarter interception. (Tony Gutierrez/AP) Now that was a really fun day of football and sidebars to foo…
Denver's biggest threat is right in its own divisionOct 7If any team in the NFL is primed to stop the Broncos' juggernaut, it's Andy Reid's Kansas City Chiefs, Jeffri Chadiha writes.