• Bengals rout Vikings, clinch playoff berth

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Dec 22, 2013
    The Bengals remained perfect at home and could clinch an unprecedented third straight playoff appearance if Miami lost to Buffalo. They could clinch the AFC North title if Baltimore lost at home to New England later Sunday. The Bengals came out of the win with some injuries, with outside linebacker Vontaze Burfict , right tackle Andre Smith and tight end Tyler Eifert all hurt. It was supposed to be Clinch Sunday for the Seattle Seahawks and their rabid fans. Linebacker Vincent Rey returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown as Cincinnati’s defense set up another fast start on Sunday, and Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes as the Bengals pulled away to a 42-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Right tackle left the field with a slight limp after spraining his ankle in the third quarter and that shuffled up the offensive line, moving left guard back to left tackle, left tackle to right tackle and going to right guard with staying at left guard.
    • Bengals run away from Vikings, clinch playoff spot

      The Bengals are headed to the playoffs for the third consecutive season. In a performance highlighted by strong play by the Bengals’ offense and defense, Cincinnati defeated Minnesota 42-14 on Sunday afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals’ win, co…
    • Bungle in the Jungle: Vikings aren't competitive in loss to Bengals

      The Vikings finally played as poorly as their record indicates in a dismal performance in Cincinnati.
    • Rapid Reaction: Minnesota Vikings

      CINCINNATI -- A few thoughts on the Minnesota Vikings' 42-14 loss against the Cincinnati Bengals: What it means: Whatever momentum the Vikings had created last Sunday with a win against the Philadelphia Eagles, whatever spark they had provided embattled…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Dalton throws a seed, 42-14

      Andy Dalton pumped four touchdowns to became the second Bengals quarterback in history to reach 30 in a season as Cincinnati wrapped up its third straight playoff appearance with a 42-14 victory over the Vikings.
      Source: bengals.com
  • Seahawks smacked down on clinch plans

    SEATTLE, Ariz. -- It was supposed to be Clinch Sunday for the Seattle Seahawks and their rabid fans. There was a hitch in the clinch celebration. The Arizona Cardinals played the role of the Grinch who stole Christmas week. For the rest of the NFC conte…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Frazier’s time may be running out

    Nearly nine years ago, the Bengals fired Leslie Frazier. Today, the Bengals could be getting him fired. With Cincinnati rolling over the Vikings, it’s becoming more likely that Frazier’s three-year tenure as the Minnesota head coach will end after the e…

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