George Iloka coming into his own for Cincinnati Bengals defense | FOX Sports
Players get credit for half sacks in the NFL if they bring down the quarterback with one of their teammates. There is no splitting of interceptions. Only one person can catch the ball.
PFF reviews the Bengals' Week 3 win - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
Before the Cincinnati Bengals get too deep into their bye week, let's take a quick peek back at some of the ways our friends at Pro Football Focus analyzed and examined Cincinnati's Week 3 game against the Tennessee Titans.
For Tennessee Titans fans it was a very melancholy afternoon. Titans former field goal kicker Rob Bironas was killed earlier in the morning in a single car accident. The players, coaches and staff went into the gme with heavy hearts. It was a very emotional day for the entire organization and the fans. The fans were hoping that a win today would bring comfort. The Tennessee Titans, however, were beaten 33-7 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati Ohio. The Titans showed little offense, the opposite of Andy Dalton and the Bengals whose offense was on fire. Even Andy Dalton caught a touchdown pass from wide reciever Mohammed Sanu.
The first three weeks of the NFL regular season have quickly came and gone, leaving us with three remaining unbeaten teams left in the entire league: The Philadelphia Eagles, the Arizona Cardinals, and the Cincinnati Bengals.
The weak AFC is more up for grabs than at first preseason glance. The Bengals have fewer questions and more recent playoff history to make their 3-0 start convincing. The Eagles and Cardinals have flown out of the gate, too, but there’s no doubt the Bengals sit a little higher on the catbird seat.
Less than a month after retiring, James Harrison is set to rejoin the club with whom he's had his greatest success, per multiple published reports. The Steelers will sign the 36-year-old Harrison this week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported Monday.
Information surrounding Saturday night's fatal car crash involving former Titans kicker Rob Bironas is starting to come out, and the story has taken a bizarre turn. According to a report from The Tennessean, shortly before Bironas crashed his white SUV, he attempted to run a woman off the road. She pulled over to let Bironas pass, and a few minutes later after resuming driving, she came upon the site of the crash.