• Bengals try to stretch to the numbers

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 6, 2013
    Among the teams with winning records behind Kansas City, the Bengals have the easiest remaining schedule when it comes to straight numbers. And only once did neither of those two teams win the division; the Bengals took the crown in 2009. The model thinks the Bengals are one of the best teams in the league, thanks to a very positive differential between their offensive and defensive passing efficiencies. Without defensive tackle Geno Atkins out, Brandon Thompson becomes the next man up and takes on a role...
    Source: bengals.com
  • N.F.L. Week 10 Game Probabilities: Balance of the Bengals

    When the Ravens play the Bengals, the consensus among oddsmakers is is that Cincinnati is only a one-point favorite, but a statistical efficiency model sees things differently.
    Source: nytimes.com
  • Five midseason questions for the Bengals

    CINCINNATI -- OK, so technically the season's midpoint was last week for the Cincinnati Bengals, but considering how jam-packed the week was with the Thursday night game, and that most of the NFL is hitting the halfway mark this week, we decided to look…
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Midseason Report: Cincinnati Bengals

      The first half of the Cincinnati Bengals' season went about as well as anyone around the club could have imagined. The team has a 6-3 record with wins over the Packers, Patriots and Lions. They clearly were one of the NFL's top teams. But now that the s…
      Source: ESPN.com

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