Cincinnati Bengals out to make franchise history at Tampa Bay - ESPN
There will be a slice of Cincinnati Bengals history on the line Sunday when they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. With a victory, the Bengals would win three consecutive, uninterrupted road games for the first time in franchise history.
Earlier this month, a few of us from Cincinnati Children's were fortunate enough to stand on the field at Paul Brown Stadium and accept a gift from the Cincinnati Bengals for more than $1.3 million.
When Andrew Whitworth saw fellow Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse hunched over in pain on the field last week in Houston, he felt like he had been punched in the gut with a bowling ball. "I was nervous," Whitworth said. He wasn't the only one.
Two Tampa Bay Buccaneers starters who signed as free agents from the Cincinnati Bengals within a day of each other in March are set to face their former team on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. The Bengals allowed DE Michael Johnson and LT Anthony Collins to reach free agency when their contracts expired and Tampa Bay pounced with lucrative contracts.
Where are the "cut Mike Nugent" calls now? In the last month and a half they've quieted down, and rightfully so. Ever since his overtime miss at the buzzer of the Cincinnati Bengals' Week 6 tie with the Carolina Panthers, the kicker has been perfect. He's 8 for 8 on field goals since the disappointing wide-right boot.