Leah Still, daughter of Devon Still of Cincinnati Bengals, has surgery to remove cancerous tumor - ESPN
It took a nearly six-hour surgical procedure, but by late Thursday afternoon, Devon Still and his family received one piece of news they had been desperately waiting to hear for months. The tumor was gone.
Bengals player puts the world in perspective on his way to daughter’s cancer surgery | For The Win
Devon Still plays defensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals. His four-year-old daughter, Leah, is fighting cancer. Still shared a video of he and Leah on their way to her surgery, capturing a moment that is both terrifying and utterly inspiring.
Quantifying the Cincinnati Bengals' pass protection - ESPN
A case could be made that through three ballgames the Cincinnati Bengals have the best offensive line in the NFL. The sole basis of that case? It's the fact the Bengals' line still has yet to let quarterback Andy Dalton get sacked. No other team in the league can make that claim about their quarterback.
Don’t look now, folks, but the Cincinnati Bengals are for real. Three games into the season, Marvin Lewis’ squad remains undefeated atop the AFC North, sporting dominant units on both sides of the ball. And here’s how …
Through three games, the Cincinnati Bengals possess the top-scoring defense in the NFL, allowing an average of 11 points to their opponents. However, the Bengals are not near the top in opponent yards allowed, ranking 17th and giving up an average of 352.7 per game. They are 18th against the run, allowing an average of 113.3 rushing yards per game, and 17th against the pass, allowing 239.3 yards on average.
Three teams have emerged unscathed from the NFL’s first three weeks. Let’s examine which of those squads will remain unbeaten longest
As the Cincinnati Bengals have been a playoff team the past three years, everyone expected that they would be good in 2014. But this good? The Bengals are 3-0 -- the only remaining undefeated team in the AFC -- and rolling into their Week 4 bye.