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Analysis: Cincinnati Bengals' 2014 schedule -
The schedule-makers believe that Andy Dalton and the Bengals will stay a contender in the AFC North. Handed three nationally televised games against the Patriots, Browns and Broncos, Cincy has a chance to show that it's destined for more than just another depressing, first-round playoff loss.

Cincinnati Bengals' 2014 schedule
In addition to their AFC North rivals, the Bengals will face every team from the AFC South and NFC South, and the first-place finishers from the AFC East and AFC West.

NFL Nation: How will your team finish? - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
NFL Nation reporters predict the regular-season record for the team they cover. Each prediction was made independent of the predictions of their colleagues.

Week 16 features Saturday doubleheader | ProFootballTalk
Officially, Week 16 launches with a Thursday night game in Jacksonville, where the Jaguars will host the Titans.  But the real action gets rolling on Saturday, when the league brings back the concept of the late-season Saturday doubleheader.

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Cincinnati Bengals Select... - Behind the Steel Curtain
Somehow the Cincinnati Bengals were the only AFC North team to make the playoffs last season. But true to Bengals form, they crashed out in the opening round yet again. BTSC contributor SteelSpike has their pick in our community mock. In true Steeler fan fashion, the contributor takes as many jabs as he can in choosing the pick for the Bengals.

Andy Dalton Meets Horse Named After Him

There is no bigger honor for a Cincinnati Bengals quarterback than sticking around long enough to have a horse named after you. Andy Dalton, who is walking on thin ice in Cincy, finally had the honor bestowed upon him

10 Biggest draft expert misses in NFL history | Awful Announcing

The NFL draft takes place in just two weeks, which means we’re about to get some severely exaggerated scouting reports from so-called experts in the field of draftology. In light of that, we figured we’d take a fond look back at some of the most epic scouting report blunders from the pundits of the draft world.