The 2016 NFL season has been an unpredictable masterpiece so far. Teams like the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders have exceeded expectations, while teams like the Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers have been veritable disappointments...
Instead, Andy Dalton had changed the play to a run, and Core collided with Rex Burkhead for a 2-yard loss. On the next play, Core beat a defender deep for a 50-yard catch - the first of his NFL career - that set up Cincinnati's first touchdown during a 32-14 win over Philadelphia on Sunday. The
For the first time in 42 days, it was fun again in Cincinnati. The Bengals put together their best all-around game of the season on Sunday, beating the Eagles 32-14 . The offense scored on its first six possessions - something Cincinnati hadn't done since 2009 - as Cincinnati sent Philadelphia
Carson Wentz threw the ball directly to linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who made his second interception of the game. Wentz threw a season-high three interceptions and could have easily had a few more picked off on Sunday during the Cincinnati Bengals' 32-14 win . When the game was on the line, Wentz
The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Cincinnati Bengals 32-14, but the game was never close because the Eagles trailed 29-0 at one point. Despite making the scoreline more respectable late in the game, almost nothing went right for the Eagles...
Andy Dalton threw a pair of touchdown passes and Cincinnati finally got its depleted offense moving without receiver A.J. Green, and the Bengals sent the Philadelphia Eagles to their most lopsided loss of the season, 32-14 on Sunday. The Bengals (4-7-1) got their first win since Oct. 23, beating a team
Vontaze Burfict picked off Eagles rookie Carson Wentz twice, Andy Dalton was stellar and the Bengals recorded their first win since October.
To say that the 2016 season hasn't gone according to plan for the Cincinnati Bengals is one whopper of an understatement...
A lot has been made of Andy Dalton's struggles in the past few games - sacks, turnovers, passes batted down. One of the contributing factors is the Bengals' inability to run the ball, which puts the onus on the quarterback. The Bengals (3-7-1) are on pace to have their least-productive season
Two teams looking to end losing streaks will meet in Cincinnati on Sunday when the Bengals (3-7-1) host the Philadelphia Eagles (5-6) as small home underdogs...
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews is dealing with an ankle injury in the aftermath of Monday's 27-13 loss to the Green Bay Packers. His playing status for Week 13 against the Cincinnati Bengals is unclear...
Forced to punt from deep in their territory with a seven-point lead over Cincinnati and 11 seconds remaining, the Baltimore Ravens weren't about to risk a fluke fumble or a blocked kick. The plan worked perfectly , with Koch catching the snap at his 15-yard line, casually dropping back toward the
Andy Dalton's most important passes didn't even make it past the line of scrimmage. Mike Nugent missed another extra point. A 19-14 loss in Baltimore on Sunday left the Bengals (3-7-1) pretty much finished for 2016.
The Bengals are dancing dangerously close to elimination, but at least one man refuses to believe it's over. Coach Marvin Lewis emphasized to his players that the playoffs remain in reach.
The season wasn't supposed to go like this for the Cardinals and Panthers , Bengals and Packers . This season, heading into Green Bay's Monday night visit to Philadelphia, they are an ugly 15-26-2. ''It starts to wear on you,'' Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick says.
The Ravens followed a winless October with a 3-1 November, capped by a 19-14 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Baltimore (6-5) climbed back into a tie with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North with five games to go. The Bengals (3-7-1) feel the same way.
The Ravens' Justin Tucker, who hit three field goals of 50-plus yards versus Cincinnati, said his range would have been as far as 75 yards on Sunday.
The Cincinnati Bengals had just lost another game they had to win. The reality of their situation was apparent as a stone-faced Marvin Lewis shuffled at the front of a line of sullen players heading to the locker room. Sunday's 19-14 loss to Baltimore left the Bengals (3-7-1) to ponder this: To
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was once accused of not knowing NFL rules. Not sure we can argue that after Sunday's victory — and how the Ravens won — over the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens led 19-12 over the Bengals and with 11 seconds left on fourth down from their own 23-yard line.
One touchdown and Justin Tucker's flawless right leg were enough to thrust the Baltimore Ravens into a first-place tie in the AFC North. Tucker kicked four field goals and Baltimore shut down the Cincinnati Bengals' depleted offense Sunday in a 19-14 victory that put the resurgent Ravens back
The Bengals' already-slim playoff hopes took another hit with a loss to the Ravens, as Cincinnati's offense sorely missed A.J. Green.
Vontaze Burfict has made a grave error in judgment. The Bengals LB fooled an official into calling an unnecessary roughness penalty on Steve Smith with an audacious flop on Sunday.
The NFL fined Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict $12,154 for unsportsmanlike conduct after he stuck both of his middle fingers up toward the stands late in the fourth quarter last week against the Bills.
When the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens face each other this late in the season, the matchup usually involves two teams vying for a high seed in postseason play. The Ravens (5-5) need a victory to remain in first place in the lackluster AFC North. With games at New England, Pittsburgh and
Cincinnati receiver Tyler Boyd and running back Rex Burkhead are expected to see their roles increase after injuries devestated the team's offense.
The Cincinnati Bengals are 5-0 straight up in their last five divisional showdowns with the Baltimore Ravens and 4-1 against the spread. But it's a struggling Bengals outfit that stumbles into Baltimore to take on the rival Ravens on Sunday afternoon...
With all the injuries in Week 11 of the fantasy football season, owners (including myself) had to scurry to the waiver wire to keep their teams afloat. While it's impossible to replace the production of players like Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A..
The Bengals picked running back Cedric Peerman instead of first-round pick William Jackson III as their one player to return from injured reserve this season.
CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Bengals put running back Giovani Bernard on injured reserve Tuesday, two days after he tore his left ACL.
Wide receiver A.J. Green will miss the Bengals' game against the Ravens this week with a strained right hamstring, but the good news was that it wasn't torn.
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Bengals running back Giovani Bernard has a torn anterior cruciate ligament, but star receiver A.J. Green might be able to return from a hamstring injury this season.
Bengals receiver A.J. Green suffered a hamstring strain Sunday, but will not require surgery. He will probably be out a few weeks, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.
Week 11 will be remembered for the carnage that hit the fantasy landscape, as the Cincinnati Bengals might have lost A.J. Green and Giovani Bernard for the season in a loss to the Buffalo Bills...
Week 11 of the fantasy football season had way too many devastating and season-ending injuries. The list includes: Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J...
Running back Gio Bernard, who is the team's second-leading rusher as well as second on the team in receptions, suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Bengals also lost wide receiver A.J. Green to a serious, possible season-ending hamstring
Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills , according to Tom Pelissero of USA Today ...
The Cincinnati Bengals lost a key offensive weapon Sunday, when running back Giovani Bernard suffered a torn ACL, per Tom Pelissero of USA Today . Continue for updates. How Bernard's Injury Impacts Bengals Sunday, Nov...
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict appeared to make an obscene gesture toward the stands late in the fourth quarter of a 16-12 loss to the Bills.
As if wide receiver A.J. Green's torn hamstring wasn't devastating enough, tailback Giovani Bernard suffered an ACL tear. Bernard will undergo surgery and miss the remainder of the 2016 season.
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