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Bengal Bytes (10/11): Need to prove it

What a Bengals win would mean for national perception. An account of how the world has changed since the last time Aaron Rodgers threw an interception at Lambeau, and an NFL great, and former Bengal, claims he can still help a team.

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Breaking Down the Key Matchup That Will Define Seahawks vs. Bengals

With the Cincinnati Bengals taking on the Seattle Seahawks in Week 5, everyone is wondering what kind of edge the Bengals will have.  Who do the Seahawks need to target to stay ahead? What might the Seahawks be struggling with?  Find out in the above video as Alexa Datt and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Miller go in-depth on this week's key matchup.

Bengals vs Seahawks: Jeremy Hill probable; Gilberry and Iloka questionable

Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill is expected to play Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, following two limited sessions this week with a knee injury. The team listed Hill as probable on the Friday status report. Despite scoring five rushing touchdowns this season, second to only Atlanta's Devonta Freeman, Hill has clearly underperformed with a 3.3 yards/rush average, a notorious benching after two lost fumbles against San Diego, and is on pace to rush for 652 yards.

5 things to watch, consider for Seahawks game and prediction

Here are five things to watch, consider and take note about for Sunday's Bengals game against the Seattle Seahawks, which will be played at 1 p.m. in Paul Brown Stadium, and my prediction at the bottom

Marvin Jones: Andy Dalton trusts us to go and get deep balls

Through the first four weeks of the season, no quarterback in the NFL has averaged more yards per attempt than Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton. As you’d probably guess, the biggest reason for that has been Dalton’s sharp improvement on deep balls from where he was last season.

Can Hue Jackson's Cincinnati Bengals offense stay explosive vs. Seattl

The Cincinnati Bengals (4-0) are looking for legitimacy at home at 1 p.m. ET Sunday when they welcome in an NFC West foe. They are meeting the Seattle Seahawks (2-2). Here are things to watch for during the game

Seahawks vs. Bengals: What's the Game Plan for Cincinnati?

It's Cincinnati's first experience against the NFC this year, and like last week with the Kansas City Chiefs in town, the on-paper outlook seems great for the Bengals.

Behind Enemy Lines

The Opposing View: An Insider’s Look at the Cincinnati Bengals writer Geoff Hobson answers five questions about the Seahawks' Week 5 opponent ahead of Sunday's game at Paul Brown Stadium.

Unbeaten Bengals can turn heads with win over Seahawks

For the first time this season, Paul Brown Stadium will be filled. That says it all about the unbeaten Bengals’ next game. Even though they’ve been very impressive while going 4-0, they’ve yet to catch everyone’s imagination and stamp themselves as an elite team. After four straight first-round playoff losses, their legacy is defined not by October but by January.

Time for Seahawks to accept that Marshawn Lynch may go from Beast Mode to Decreased Mode

You haven’t wanted to, you don’t enjoy doing so, but come on — you’ve at least thought about it. At some point in the past few weeks, circumstances have forced you to imagine a Beast Mode-free backfield at CenturyLink Field.

Seattle Seahawks-Cincinnati Bengals: What to Watch

Here is what to watch in Sunday’s Seattle-Cincinnati game from beat reporters Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta. First, from Jenks: What will the Seahawks do with the offensive line?

Rapping with the Drunkard: On to Cincinnati

The burning of murder seers the air. A figure stands alone amidst a field rife with gore and viscera. His gaze transfixed on an object resting in his hands. A horned helmet cloaks his visage, and the blackened pieces of foes' vehicles adorn his crude armor; a carapace built of subjugation. Resting in his gloved grip is the noggin of the warlord Megatron, a tanned lion's head mounting his crown, and a surprised expression permanently etched onto his face.

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The world was a different place the last time Aaron Rodgers threw an interception at Lambeau Field

It's no secret Aaron Rodgers hasn't thrown an interception at Lambeau Field in a long time ... a really long time. So long, in fact, Rodgers doesn't even remember throwing it.

Greg Hardy rap video, recorded last year, comes to light

Greg Hardy has yet to play his first game with the Dallas Cowboys, but the defensive end has made his fair share of headlines in his first week back from a league suspension. Early Saturday morning, TMZ released a rap video by Ja Alan that featured Hardy and was recorded in late 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina, while Hardy was with the Carolina Panthers and on the commissioner’s exempt list for a domestic violence incident involving a former girlfriend.

Terrell Owens Says He'd 'Absolutely' Help the Eagles Right Now

Terrell Owens is at it again, as the 41-year-old wide receiver is campaigning for yet another one of his former teams to sign him in the form of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Early Fantasy Football Surprises Most Likely to Continue Strong Starts

With four weeks already in the books, the NFL season has given us plenty of the surprises and unpredictability that make it fun to watch but maddening to deal with if you're trying to manage a fantasy roster (or five).