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Share TweetJoe Reedy's previews the Bengals' Week 15 showdown with the Eagles in Philadelphia on Thursday.Source: cincinnati.comShare TweetAn injured big toe kept Michael Johnson in a walking boot and out of practice again Tuesday.
Tribe, D-backs, Reds complete nine-player dealUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetThe Tribe traded Shin-Soo Choo to the Reds in a three-team, nine-player exchange that sent outfielder Drew Stubbs and pitcher Trevor Bauer to Cleveland and shortstop Didi Gregorius to Arizona.Source: MLB.comShare TweetGeno Atkins BENGALS DT GENO ATKINS VS. EAGLES QB NICK FOLES In the City of Brotherly Love, the bloodlust surrounding Eagles head coach Andy Reid and the soap opera featuring Foles and Michael Vick ...
Toys for Tots collection resultsUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetThe Cincinnati Bengals and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves are pleased to announce the results for our 2012 Toys for Tots collection held at the Bengals home game against the Cowboys last Sunday. B...
AFC North quarterback report cardUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetA look at how the quarterbacks around the division fared in Week 14: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals Stats: 20-for-33 (60.6 percent) for 206 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Comment: This was a tough one to grade because Dalton was let down by…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetNFL Network's Mike Mayock said earlier this year that Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict' was 'undraftable.' Now he's singing a different tune, praising the Bengals staff for helping turn Burfict around.Share TweetCowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday that the ultimate decision about whether or not wide receiver Dez Bryant continues playing with the finger injury he suffered against the Bengals. If that’s true, Bryant’s going to be in the lineup. He told Mike
Paper Tigers: The Texans and Falcons look likely for the No. 1 …Updated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetThe Texans and Falcons look likely for the No. 1 seeds, but is anyone scared? Both teams look vulnerable, Peter King writes, and having home-field isn't all it's cracked up to be.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetHow tough is Bengals right end Michael Johnson? Very. Despite hurting his foot late in the first half Sunday against Dallas on his shared sack with left end Carlos Dunlap, he played 75 percent of t...
Peter King: Texans, Falcons ugly losses give Super Bowl race wide-open feelUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetNot too excited about the top seeds in the NFC and AFC, are you, in the wake of bad losses by the Falcons and Texans in Week 14? There's a reason. Atlanta and Houston are clearly vulnerable entering the last three weeks of the regular season.Source: CNNSI.com
Top order of business: Find leadoff manUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetReds general manager Walt Jocketty has made no secret since his team was bounced from the National League Division Series in October that he wanted to improve the lineup at the leadoff spot.Source: MLB.comShare TweetAlthough Eagles running back LeSean McCoy and quarterback Michael Vick have both passed their post-concussion tests, that doesn’t mean they’ll play on Thursday against the Bengals. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that neither McCoy nor Vick will goSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe bad news for the Steelers is that they’re near the point of needing to win out to make the postseason. The good news is that their next two games are against teams with winning records, which seems to get their attention. Their next two are againstSource: profootballtalk.com
Bengals hit forward buttonUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetA.J. Green They weren't filming "The Hangover" Monday at Paul Brown Stadium. They were putting together a remake of "The Philadelphia Story" as the Bengals prepared for the quick turnaround of Thur...Share TweetI hope you're ready for a lot of questions to begin your Tuesday. Why did the Ravens fire Cam Cameron? Why didn't Mike Tomlin go for a two-point conversion? Why did the Bengals throw the ball late in the fourth quarter? And why may Browns fans still not…Source: ESPN.com
I Suck at Football, Week 14: Back and to the LeftUpdated Dec 11, 2012 Share TweetOn Sunday my sister drives me to the bar so I can watch the Bengals play the Dallas Cowboys. "Well, I hope they win," she says. "But I also hope they ...Source: grantland.com
Choo Dealt To Reds In Three-Team TradeDec 11Jerry Crasnick has the latest on the three-team deal that sent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo to the Reds and prized pitching prospect Trevor Bauer to the Indians.
Red Rifle ready for home stretchDec 11Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton stops by "Around the League" to discuss the team's determination to make a strong playoff run.
CB Terence Newman, Cincinnati Bengals in hunt for wild cardDec 11Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Terence Newman joins "NFL AM" to discuss the Bengals' push towards the playoffs, taking on the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 15 and how his former teammates in Dallas are coping with tragedy.
Alabama's Nick Saban to Cleveland Browns doesn't add upDec 11Having experienced the unique pressures of the NFL, why would Nick Saban vacate his Alabama throne for Cleveland?
NBA oddsmakers - Mavs, Celtics, Spurs, JazzDec 11Our panel predicts 2012-13 outcomes based on each team's current Hollinger Playoff Odds.
Peter King: Tagliabue ruling points finger at Saints organization, coachesDec 11In vacating the 31 games' worth of player suspensions and fines handed to four players over the Saints' bounty sanctions, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue today, in effect, slammed the Saints' coaching staff and organization for the existence of a…
Peter King: Texans, Falcons ugly losses give Super Bowl race wide-open fee…Dec 11Not too excited about the top seeds in the NFC and AFC, are you, in the wake of bad losses by the Falcons and Texans in Week 14? There's a reason. Atlanta and Houston are clearly vulnerable entering the last three weeks of the regular season.