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Bengals Early Bird Special

Good morning everyone! I hope you all managed to make it through Monday in one piece. If not then staple yourself back together. The worst part of the week is over.

Alright it's trivia time. I'm going to test your knowledge on the Bengals.

  1. What was the original home field for the Bengals?
  2. Who holds the Bengals record for passing yards in a season? Also include the year and number of yards.
  3. When was the last time a Bengal was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player? Include the player and year.
  4. Who is the only Bengals player to have their number retired? And what was his number?
  5. Name all four of the Bengals head coaches from the 1970s.
  6. In 1988 the Bengals made it to the Super Bowl. Name their opponent and score of the game.
  7. Which team did the Bengals defeat for their first win in franchise history? You can include the score if you think you know it.
  8. Name the year the Bengals made the playoffs. Include their opponent and the outcome of the game.
  9. What was the Bengals record under Dick LeBeau?
  10. Who was the first Bengals player to lead the league in receiving yards? Include the year.

Alright here's a look at what you may have missed or overlooked from Monday.
  • Former Bengals tight end Reggie Kelly is going to visit the Steelers today. Reggie, if you're smart you won't sign with the Steelers. It will only make you hated by everyone in Bengal Nation.
  • Bengals rookie guard Clint Boling is taking snaps at center. That's only going to make him more versatile.
  • Some TV information regarding the Bengals first preseason game. Are you ready for some football?
  • We presented an argument as to why it makes sense for the Bengals to start veteran Robert Geathers over fan favorite Carlos Dunlap. Personally I say rotate them throughout the year.
  • The depth charts were released and there are no surprises on the Bengals defensive charts. The Bengals also named their two starting receivers. You'll never guess who is going to start at right tackle, and the starting quarterback was revealed as well. I would just tell you, but where's the fun in that?
  • Andrew Whitworth proves his leadership through his character and play.
  • The Bengals have released safety Brian Lainhart and guard Mark Wetterer.
  • It would appear as if Chris Pressley is running away with the Bengals position battle at fullback.
  • Kevin Coyle presented his thoughts on Nate Clements and Gibril Wilson.
  • Reasons were presented as to why the Bengals roster is already set at wide receiver.
  • Former Bengals wide receiver Tim McGee is being sued by former Cincinnati Bearcats basketball player Ruben Patterson. For more details check it out yourself.
  • And finally there is a position battle for third-string quarterback. My vote is for the beer vendor to win that battle. He has one hell of an arm.