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With last week's bye, the Bengals spent one day on the practice fields, primarily using their brief time around the stadium to evaluate themselves. After three weeks and three convincing wins, there may not appear to be much they need to fix, but players and coaches would claim otherwise. There are some offensive tweaks they'll have to make in order to better finish drives in the end zone. There are others still that have to be made to get the running backs bursting bigger gains than they have to this point in the young season.
Quarterback Andy Dalton’s career passing statistics would make any Cincinnati Bengals fan proud: More than 1,100 pass completions; nearly 13,000 passing yards, 83 touchdowns. Those numbers have paid off big – for the team and for Dalton.
With their Sunday night game at New England looming, the Cincinnati Bengals returned to practice Monday afternoon and did so at near-full capacity. Only three players not on injury lists -- linebacker Vontaze Burfict, defensive tackle Brandon Thompson and offensive guard Kevin Zeitler -- did not practice. Everyone else participated in the workout in some capacity. It's unclear who was limited and who participated fully since the team wasn't required to submit an official injury report.
Another Indian Hill lobbyist has pleaded guilty to failing to report a gift of Cincinnati Bengals tickets to outgoing state Rep. Dale Mallory, D-West End, who already faces investigation for neglecting to disclose gifts.
If you thought the Patriots’ Week 3 win over the Oakland Raiders was ugly, their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night was downright horrifying.
The Bengals have a chance to send New England pro sports back into the depths of the 1990s with a victory over the Patriots. A week after the Red Sox finished in last place 25 games out, the Pats could fall to 2-3 and that just never happens. Since Belichick became their coach in 2000 the Patriots have lost at least two straight games just 10 times. But you can catch them early. The last time was games 2-3 in 2012.
The longest night in this dynasty’s lifetime had ended, and there was Tom Brady, just glad to be on a short week. “As quickly as you can, you’ve got to move on,” Brady said.
Through three games Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson allowed wide receiver Mohamed Sanu to throw two passes and quarterback Andy Dalton to catch one. He's allowed 660 pounds of offensive tackles — Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith — to line up in the slot, and put star wide receiver A.J. Green just about everywhere.