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Reds are striving to achieve the greater good

Reds are striving to achieve the greater good

MLB.com ESPN.com Updated Oct 22, 2013
Being good enough isn't good enough for the Cincinnati Reds anymore. And whether or not you agree with the decision to hire Bryan Price as manager, that fact in and of itself is commendable.
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  • Retired Quarterback Who Isn't Brett Favre Wants To Help The Bro…

    Retired Quarterback Who Isn't Brett Favre Wants To Help The Browns

    deadspin.com Oct 22, 2013
    It seems so long ago that the Browns had convincingly beaten the rival Bengals to improve to 2-2 with the help of Brian Hoyer (The Destroyer). Now, Hoyer's out for the season, Brandon Weeden has his old job back by default, and Jeff Garcia's offering hi…
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  • Jocketty says Reds aren't in trade talks for Phillips

    Jocketty says Reds aren't in trade talks for Phillips

    MLB.com Oct 22, 2013
    Reports have stated the Reds have already looked to move All-Star second baseman Brandon Phillips, while general manager Walt Jocketty denied those rumors on Tuesday.
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  • Watch Marvin Jones on Beyond the Stripes tonight

    Watch Marvin Jones on Beyond the Stripes tonight

    Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. was such a popular guest the first time around that he'll be back again Tuesday.
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  • Dalton up for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week

    Dalton up for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week

    bengals.com Oct 22, 2013
    Andy Dalton is one of three finalists for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.
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  • Bengals' report card from win against Lions

    Bengals' report card from win against Lions

    cincinnati.com Oct 22, 2013
    Joe Reedy examines the Bengals' running game, passing game, run defense, pass defense, special teams and coaching in Sunday's win in Detroit.
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  • O-line kept vaunted Lions front at bay

    O-line kept vaunted Lions front at bay

    cincinnati.com Oct 22, 2013
    Much discussion leading into Sunday's game at Detroit revolved around how the Bengals interior offense line would handle the disruptive Lions front โ€” specifically defensive tackle Ndamukung Suh.
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  • Bengals will combat Hall's absence with depth

    Bengals will combat Hall's absence with depth

    cincinnati.com Oct 22, 2013
    For the second time in three seasons, the Bengals are dealing with the dominoes from Leon Hall's season-ending Achilles injury.
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  • Video - Which AFC team is a Super Bowl pretender? 01:39

    Which AFC team is a Super Bowl pretender?

    Oct 22
    Out of the current top 5 teams in the AFC, the "NFL Total Access" crew separates the true Super Bowl contenders from the pretenders.
  • Video - Charley Casserly: Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton has 'ice in his veins' 01:01

    Charley Casserly: Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton has 'ice in his veins'

    Oct 22
    Charley Casserly breaks down the play of Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton and explains why he is one of the most underrated players in the NFL today.
  • Video - NFL Nation Buzz: Bengals 00:43

    NFL Nation Buzz: Bengals

    Oct 22
    ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey on Mike Nugent's success on late-game kicks and Leon Hall's injury.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL teams scrambling for qualified backup QBs

    Oct 22
    Clayton's mailbag: Because of injuries and risky roster decisions, many teams are scrambling to find backup QBs.
  • Don Banks: Decision to start Freeman latest in series of QB missteps aroun…

    Oct 22
    Josh Freeman's epic meltdown Monday night in the Meadowlands was just the latest, and perhaps most ghastly, miscalculation at quarterback this season. Freeman's play was almost mesmerizingly ugly in the 23-7 loss to the previously winless Giants, and mo…
  • The Tuesday Mailbag

    Oct 22
    Three years ago today, I sat in the office of Massachusetts neuropathologist Ann McKee, who studies the brains of deceased former football players to discover the effects of repetitive brain trauma. She showed me slides of cross-sections of brains of fo…