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Bengals Bites (9/11) - What It Means To Be A Team

The Devon Still story continues to unfold in front of us. As fans, we know how awesome the Bengals are. Now the rest of the world is climbing on that bandwagon too.

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Cincinnati Bengals believe Devon Still has mind now on football - ESPN
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis had trouble pinpointing the exact moment, but there was an instant last week when he sensed Devon Still was beginning to come back around.

Cincinnati Bengals Show Us What It Truly Means To Be A Team
The Cincinnati Bengals have made another big gesture to help support defensive tackle Devon Still and his daughter’s fight against pediatric cancer. On Monday, the Bengals launched a fundraising campaign via the team's online Pro Shop. All proceeds from sales of Still’s game jersey, sold at $100 a pop, will be donated to Cincinnati Children's Hospital and pediatric cancer care and research.

Cincinnati Bengals place Tyler Eifert on short-term injured reserve - ESPN
The Bengals placed tight end Tyler Eifert on injured reserve with a designation to return due to the elbow injury he suffered in Sunday's game, coach Marvin Lewis said in his weekly news conference Wednesday. Through a league source, ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter had previously reported the move.

Falcons-Bengals Preview | FOX Sports
Matt Ryan shredded what appeared to be a porous defense in Week 1, but a repeat effort is likely to prove considerably more difficult in a demanding road environment.

2014 NFL Power Rankings – Week 2: 49ers, Bengals, Dolphins among early risers - The Washington Post
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and the Bengals moved into the top-five after an impressive, intra-division win. (Patrick Semansky/AP Photo)

Q&A: Bengals WR A.J. Green on facing the Falcons’ secondary | Atlanta Falcons blog
Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. Green, the former Georgia standout, helped the Bengals pull out a dramatic 23-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens with a 77-yard touchdown catch with 4:58 to play on Sunday. He spoke with the Atlanta media during a conference call on Wednesday:

How can the Cincinnati Bengals prevent a shootout? - ESPN
So how can Cincinnati's defense slow the Falcons down and prevent a similar shootout, or even a blowout, from taking place? With its offense.