A big part of the Chiefs passing game is Patrick Mahomes throwing deep balls to Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.
We simulated the Bengals vs. Chiefs matchup in Madden to try to predict the winner of Sunday night’s primetime game.
Cincinnati heads to Kansas City for a gigantic AFC matchup of heavyweights under the bright lights of NBC.
Cincinnati promoted cornerback KeiVarae Russell on Thursday and waived wide receiver Auden Tate. However, the Bengals saw improvement with Shawn Williams, providing hope for Cincinnati’s injured secondary.
The Bengals have made a number of positive changes from the past two years, but a couple of familiar issues continue to linger.
The Bengals would love to have Shawn Williams against a loaded Chiefs offense. A.J. Green didn’t fully practice, though it wasn’t injury related.
Fans voice their opinion on Bengals vs. Chiefs, as well as the direction of Cincinnati after their Week 6 setback.
Bengals Bytes (10/18): Jessie Bates III will be important to slowing down the Chiefs high power offense
Jessie Bates III will be important to keeping Patrick Mahomes from dropping bombs on the Bengals’ defense.
The work Andy Dalton, Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard have done is all the more impressive considering who’s blocking for them.
The Cincinnati Bengals head into Sunday’s game with a depleted secondary. And people have opinions on Vontaze Burfict.
John Sheeran and Anthony Cosenza break down the crushing loss to the Steelers and preview the upcoming matchup against the Chiefs. We’re taking a bunch of listener questions this week, so shoot yours our way!
Andy Dalton, Carlos Dunlap and Cordy Glenn were among a host of Bengals on the Wednesday injury report. The good news is John Ross went full.