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Bengals Bites (11/4) - Emotional Thursday Night for Still

Devon Still will have his biggest fan in the stands for thus weeks game against the Browns.

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Leah Still expected to be at Thursday’s Bengals game | ProFootballTalk
The Bengals will be delivering a big check to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to help fight pediatric cancer on Thursday night after raising $1.25 million through the sales of Devon Still jerseys. Still's No.

Cincinnati Bengals DT Devon Still says cancer-stricken daughter well enough to attend Thursday night's game - ESPN
Devon Still has already called Thursday night's Cincinnati Bengals game against the Cleveland Browns the most special game he will ever be part of in his life. It's all because his No. 1 cheerleader, the little girl whose story has captivated a nation the past two months, will be in attendance rooting for him and his teammates.

Emotional night Thursday for Bengals DT Still | Lindy's Sports
Thursday will be a special night for Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still because his 4-year-old daughter, Leah, will be at the game to watch him play in person for the first time.

Cincinnati Bengals Vs. Cleveland Browns 2014: Prediction, Betting Odds, Preview For Week 10 Thursday Night Football
The AFC North has separated itself from the rest of the NFL, as all four teams sport winning records ahead of Week 10. With each team having a legitimate chance to make the playoffs, every divisional matchup is extremely crucial.

Cleveland Browns must heed the lessons from their last big game in Cincinnati: Tom Reed analysis | cleveland.com
The Browns head to Cincinnati on Thursday for the franchise's biggest game since, well, jeez, last year when, you know, they went to Cincinnati.

Browns ready for prime-time test against Bengals - The Washington Post
One of the NFL’s biggest surprise teams during this topsy-turvy season in which record and reputation mean very little, the Browns (5-3), winners of four of their past five games, travel to Cincinnati on Thursday night for a nationally televised game against the AFC North-leading Bengals (5-2-1).

Cleveland, Ohio Is a Magical Place | Stacy Bare
I grew up about 1,000 miles west of Cleveland, OH, but because of my brothers love of Icke Woods and the Cincinnati Bengals, I, ever the contrarian, became a fan of Cleveland's NFL team, the Browns.

PFF reviews the Bengals' Week 9 win - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
After holding on to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals have already placed that game in the rearview mirror. But before we completely turn attention to Thursday's rapidly approaching game against the Cleveland Browns, let's take a quick peek at some of the ways our friends at Pro Football Focus analyzed and examined Cincinnati's Week 9 game.

Madison Bumgarner Has No Idea Where His Truck Is

Madison Bumgarner was given a Chevy truck with "um, you know technology and stuff" for winning the World Series MVP. Considering that Bumgarner once described his offseason as consisting of "Get up, feed animals, eat lunch, play catch with my cousin, feed animals, eat, go to bed," he seems like the kind of guy that appreciates a useful truck around the farm. But when he was asked on the Dan Patrick Show where the truck was, Bumgarner had to be honest: he had no clue.