The Enquirer's Joe Reedy has called this new Bengals era the 'reboot'...a period starting after that awkwardly painful press conference in January 2011 annoucning Marvin Lewis and Mike Brown coming to an agreement on a new contract. Ever since then
I'm sure many have seen this report from the Enquirer's Joe Reedy - but the breakdown of the Bengals roster and cap space is truly fantastic. This summary also provides the actual cap room (around $13 million) after factoring in
NFL free agency is in full force - and the Enquirer's Paul Daugherty had a sobering take on the Bengals activity (or lack thereof) so far. The Broncos signed Wes Welker. The 49ers traded for A. Boldin, The Men are
Well at least the Bengals scouting staff is getting creative. Check out this quote from an interview with Oklahoma OL Lane Johnson (via Deadspin): On a strange meeting he had with the Bengals: "One thing caught me off guard. I
Earlier this week, the Bengals organization sent out a letter to season ticket holders that included their invoices for the 2013 season. WDR obtained the letter from a season ticket holder, and (once again), there is no mention that this
In what is apparently becoming an annual tradition, we've done another playoff preview Q&A with the incomparable Steph Stradley of the Houston Chronicle blog TexansChick. You can find the link here, and a little taste below: Without question, the Ben...
Finally (and mercifully), after 3 decades, the Bengals have qualified the playoffs in consecutive seasons. It's really an incredible stat, but only after you consider the Bengals haven't won a playoff game since the 1990 season. This past Sunday coul...
While commenting on the struggles of the Cowboys - Jimmy Johnson explained to the world why the Bengals will never win a Super Bowl and find consistent, sustained success under Mike Brown's reign. On the Dan Patrick Show - Johnson
Great stuff this AM from Paul Daugherty, who checks in with 30-year old Brett Kostoff, the former Bengals fan who should his NFL allegiance on eBay. Especially after last Sunday night's national TV debacle - Kostoff is more convinced than
30 years? 40 years? 50 years? 100 years? When will the consistent and mind-numbing losing be enough for a change? How big of a sample size do you need before realizing that the current way of running an NFL team