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Bengals Bites (9/29) - They Aren't What They Used To Be

The Steelers lose to a team that gave up 56 points in their last game. Devon Still jersey sale will continue into late October.

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​The Steelers Collapse Spectacularly Against The Bucs
As a reminder, the Bucs lost by 42 points last week, and here they are, beating the Steelers on the road. The NFL, man.

Cincinnati Bengals say nearly $1M raised by selling Devon Still jerseys - ESPN
Nearly three weeks since beginning a fundraiser to donate all proceeds of the sales of Devon Still jerseys to pediatric cancer research, the Cincinnati Bengals announced Sunday they had sold nearly 10,000 of the jerseys, and had approached $1 million raised.

Cincinnati Bengals receive nearly 10,000 orders for Devon Still jerseys in cancer research fundraising effort |
The Cincinnati Bengals have received orders for nearly 10,000 Devon Still jerseys, part of an initiative to raise money for pediatric cancer care and research. Still's 4-year-old daughter, Leah, is being treated for cancer. She had surgery last week.

Dragonfly girls' dads know Devon Still's burden
A pair of dads know exactly what kind of hell Devon Still is going through. Like the 25-year-old Bengals defensive tackle, Ryan Slattery and Davis Tapp have watched their daughters battle pediatric cancer. And, just like four-year-old Leah Still, Riley Slattery and Gracie Tapp fought their battles in a very public arena.

Geno Smith apologizes for snapping at fan | ProFootballTalk
To cap a day that included "We want Vick!" chants at MetLife Stadium, Jets quarterback Geno Smith apparently got into a verbal altercation with a fan after the game. According to Rich Cimini of Smith apologized for snapping at a fan after the game.

AP reporter apologizes for tweeting Dennis Allen is fired | ProFootballTalk
An Associated Press reporter created a stir on Sunday evening by writing on Twitter that Raiders coach Dennis Allen had been fired. Then the reporter deleted his tweet without explanation. Now the reporter has apologized.