Hue Jackson says getting shut out falls on him | ProFootballTalk
The Bengals gained 135 yards on offense against the Colts last Sunday, the franchise's lowest total in a game contested by the first string since the perfect storm that pitted a Bengals team quarterbacked by Akili Smith against the 2000 Ravens defense.
A.J. Green of Cincinnati Bengals making progress from toe injury - ESPN
The battered Bengals, shut out at Indianapolis over the weekend, may get a lift Sunday if the good news they have been receiving of late about A.J. Green's toe injury continues throughout the week.
Cincinnati Bengals - PlayerWatch | GlobalPost
LB Jayson DiManche made his first career start Sunday for the injured Emmanuel Lamur (shoulder) and had seven tackles. WR Greg Little was active Sunday, five days after signing with the Bengals. He dropped the first pass thrown his way late in the second quarter, one that would have given the team its first first down of the game.
Marvin Lewis says Vontaze Burfict is fine
Outside linebacker Vontaze Burfict left Sunday's game late in the first quarter with what coach Marvin Lewis called a cervical strain. When asked about Burfict's condition on Monday, Lewis responded quickly, "He's fine.'
Bengals WR Green may return vs. Ravens | Lindy's Sports
There was some potential good news on an otherwise dreary Monday at Paul Brown Stadium as Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis sounded hopeful about wide receiver A.J. Green’s chances of playing Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. “I think A.J.’s made a lot of progress,” Lewis said. “As we go through the week we’ll see, as always, how things go.”
Is the Cincinnati Bengals' Season Slipping Away? | Bleacher Report
What a difference a bye week can make. The Cincinnati Bengals went into their Week 4 bye at 3-0 and now sit at 3-2-1 after Week 7. The Bengals, who once were viewed as the favorite in the AFC, are now looking like a team scratching to make the playoffs.
Bengals OC Hue Jackson shoulders blame after shutout - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
After every game -- win, loss or tie -- Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson takes a couple moments to reflect on what went wrong, and how he contributed to it. It's safe to say he needed more than a few moments of reflection Sunday night following the Bengals' 27-0 loss at Indianapolis.
To the relief the Cincinnati Bengals, the Indianapolis Colts are now in their rearview mirror. But before we completely move on from Sunday afternoon's game, let's take a quick peek at some of the ways our friends at Pro Football Focus analyzed and examined Cincinnati's Week 7 game.
As the dust settles on Week Seven, the NFL still would like us to pardon its dust regarding the remodeling of the personal conduct policy. Peter King of TheMMQB.
Sometimes the strain is too much to bear.