• What to watch for: Bengals at Bears

    Summary of 33 articles · Updated Sep 10, 2013
    The Bengals beat the Bengals, with an assist from the Chicago Bears. Bengals Run Game Struggled Vs Bears – Just like the Steelers vs the Titans, the Bengals didn’t have much success in the way of running vs the Bears in Chicago in their opener. The Cincinnati Bengals know that. For a Bengals defensive line that didnt get any sacks in a loss to the Bears, the matchup between Geno Atkins and Beachum, who saw work all across the offensive line during the preseason, will be one to watch. CHICAGO_ The Bengals ...
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    • Steelers 2013 Scouting Report Week Two: Cincinnati Bengals

      It was a tough week one for the whole AFC North, and that included the Cincinnati Bengals, who many think will win the division in 2013. While most know a lot about the Bengals being in the division, let’s get to know more and what five things in our sc…
    • Bengals receive mixed reviews after opener

      Despite Andy Dalton completing 78 percent of his passes, A.J. Green having the best opener by a Bengals receiver, and two scoring drives of 90 yards or more in the same game for the first time in 22 seasons, offensive coordinator Jay Gruden was answerin…
    • Bears report: 10 observations on win over the Bengals

      MARK POTASH: Would the Bears have won their opener with Lovie Smith as head coach? My first-and-10 observations:
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    • Upon Further Review: Bengals Week 1

      An examination of four hot issues from the Cincinnati Bengals' 24-21 loss to the Chicago Bears: 1. Where were the sacks? After signing two defensive linemen to extensions and franchising another in the offseason, the Bengals' front office entered the se…
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    • Four Quarters: Bears 24, Bengals 21

      Joe Reedy offers a quarter-by-quarter breakdown of the Bengals' three-point loss on Sunday.
    • Daugherty: Bengals played dumb in loss to Bears

      The Bengals beat the Bengals, with an assist from the Chicago Bears, leaving the Bengals angry, frustrated and feeling as if they'd lost their lunch money, writes Paul Daugherty.
    • Locker Room Buzz: Cincinnati Bengals

      CHICAGO -- Observed in the locker room after the Cincinnati Bengals' 24-21 loss to the Chicago Bears: GreenSpoiled performance: Although Bengals receiver A.J. Green had one of the better individual performances of his career, catching nine passes for 16…
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    • Locker Room Buzz: Chicago Bears

      CHICAGO -- Observed in the locker room after the Bears’ 24-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. No-huddle ineffective: The Bears tried to execute the no-huddle offense early against the Bengals, but “the [calls] just weren’t working,” according to tackle…
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    • Bears rally past Bengals

      The Bengals had a lead early in the fourth quarter, but Brandon Marshall's touchdown catch erased it, and the Bears held on for a 24-21 win.
    • Bears rally by Bengals in Trestman's debut

      Jay Cutler passed to Brandon Marshall for the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, helping the Chicago Bears rally for a 24-21 victory over the sloppy Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and giving Marc Trestman a victory in his coaching debut.
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    • Bengals squander 11-point lead, lose at Chicago

      Oh, the Bengals could rue this one. The Bengals had a 21-10 third-quarter lead at Chicago on Sunday, but they could not hold it, and the Bears, on the strength of a strong second half from their offense and timely playmaking from their defense, earned a…
    • Rapid Reaction: Bears 24, Bengals 21

      CHICAGO -- The Cincinnati Bengals got off to a slow start in Sunday afternoon's opener at Soldier Field, and finished even slower. Here are a few of my thoughts on Cincinnati's 24-21 loss to the Bears: What it means: For the fifth time in six tries, the…
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    • Rapid Reaction: Bears 24, Bengals 21

      CHICAGO -- Here are a few quick-hitting thoughts on the Chicago Bears’ 24-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. What it means: With the Bears behind 21-17, Jay Cutler engineered an eight-play, 81-yard drive and hit Brandon Marshall for the go-ahead 19-yar…
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    • Bears earn 24-21 comeback win over Bengals in opener

      Before the celebration and the game-ball presentation after the Bears’ 24-21 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at Soldier Field, Marc Trestman had to make a decision. “A game-defining moment,” he said. Trailing by four with 8:32 left in the …
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    • A.J. Green giving Bears fits

      Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green has made the Pro Bowl in his first two NFL seasons. He’s begun his third pro campaign in all-star form. Green is off to a strong start to the regular season, hauling in two TD passes and already exceeding 140 yards recei…
    • Breaking: Bears turn defense into offense

      This was not the start Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was looking for in his third NFL season. Dalton’s second pass of the 2013 campaign was intercepted by Bears cornerback Charles Tillman, who got in front of Bengals star wideout A.J. Green, giving Ch…
    • Bengals gift wrap opener for Bears

      Despite heading into the fourth quarter with a 137-yard edge in offense and nearly seven minutes in time of possession, the Bengals let a should-have-could-have opener slip through their hands in a 24-21 defeat to the Bears.
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    • Bengals go with four receivers for Bears

      CHICAGO - In a nod to what is expected to be their extensive use of double tight-end sets, the Bengals opted to go with four wide receivers in Sunday's opener against the Bears at Soldier Field. Be...
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    • Tough start for Bengals

      CHICAGO_ The Bengals 2013 season got off to a shaky start Sunday when cornerback Adam Jones' punt return to the Bears 28 was nullified by an illegal block on running back Cedric Peerman and quarte...
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    • Green, Dalton leading Bengals

      CHICAGO - The Bengals overcame a brutal first six minutes of their 2013 season Sunday at Soldier Field to stage an air show in the first half with quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Gre...
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    • Bengals respond to tough start

      CHICAGO - The Bengals overcame a brutal first six minutes of their 2013 season Sunday at Soldier Field with a nine-play, 97-yard touchdown drive against the NFL's fifth-best defense that tied the o...
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    • Bengals at Bears: 5 things to watch

      LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Finally, it’s time for the Bears to kick off the regular season Sunday, when they host the Cincinnati Bengals at Soldier Field. Let’s take a look at five things to keep an eye on in this matchup: Rookies on right side of OL: The deb…
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    • Andy Dalton's next step is the biggest

      The last Bengals quarterback to lead the franchise to a Super Bowl, CBS NFL Today analyst Boomer Esiason, offered the perfect assessment of Dalton's challenge this year when he said last week — 'Andy Dalton has the mental makeup, the physical tools to g…
  • Bengals' D-line a concern for Steelers backup

    If Kelvin Beachum thought it was tough last Sunday facing Jurell Casey and the Titans defensive line, it gets much more difficult this week.
  • Bengals have positives even in defeat

    CINCINNATI -- The days immediately following losses -- particularly early-season ones --- always require beat reporters to attempt the impossible: talking fans off the ledge and bringing them back to reality. Here goes nothing. Let's all take three deep…
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  • Bengals leave opener mostly healthy

    CINCINNATI -- Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told reporters in a news conference Monday afternoon that from a health standpoint, his team was in a good place after Sunday's season opener at Chicago. "We are in pretty good shape," Lewis said. Outsi…
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  • Bengals hurt by lacking composure in loss

    CHICAGO -- Trash talk, taunting and teasing are as much a part of football as touchdown dances and helmet-rocking hits. The Cincinnati Bengals know that. After all, they are professionals who have mostly been playing the game since they were kids. But S…
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  • Frustration boils for Bengals

    Frustration boiled over in the aftermath of the Bengals 24-21 Opening Day loss that had head coach Marvin Lewis seething over his team's lack of composure and the way some of the calls came down.
    Source: bengals.com

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