Day five of our “Franchise 4” series features the Cincinnati Bengals¬†out of the AFC North. Here are four of the most recognizable/accomplished figures in the Bengals’ 45+ year history: Ken Anderson, QB (1971-86) Anderson is a borderline Hall of Fame quarterback, and was a HOF finalist two different years backRead More →

Well, this is awkward. Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers announced that he was withdrawing from this Sunday’s Pro Bowl, and guess who his replacement is? Andy Dalton. Dalton, 27, will be making his second career trip to the Pro Bowl over his four-year NFL career. Despite leading his Bengals to theirRead More →

The pressure is on for Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton, who is 0-3 in the postseason over his four-year NFL career. He’s led the Bengals to the postseason in each of his seasons at the helm so far, but has failed to escape past the Wild Card round (31-10 lossRead More →

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton, looking to capture his first career playoff victory in three postseason starts, will be without his star Pro Bowl wide receiver for tomorrow afternoon’s Wild Card match-up with the Indianapolis Colts. A.J. Green (concussion) has officially been ruled out for Sunday’s game after he failedRead More →

With Week 10 kicking off in Cincinnati, Ohio tonight, don’t forget to adjust your fantasy football rosters accordingly. Despite plenty more bye weeks this week, I’m not so sure I’d start too many of the guys in tonight’s AFC North showdown, especially considering guys such as Browns TE Jordan CameronRead More →

We’ve put together a list that includes the one undrafted player from each team that has the best shot at making the final 53-man roster for each team. Here’s the AFC North edition: AFC North Baltimore Ravens: OT James Hurst Injuries derailed Hurst’s career and draft stock this year. HeRead More →

Our seventh installment of “32 Teams in 32 Days” will be all about the ’14 Cincinnati Bengals, who appear poised for another playoff run under veteran head coach Marvin Lewis. Following an AFC North title last season, the Bengals are once again the favorites to capture the division. But fourth-yearRead More →