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The Bengals fan base many times has been left with what might have been. How do they rank among other NFL teams in the pain rankings? Directv and the NFL are facing a class action for the Sunday Ticket.

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Pain Rankings: No. 6, the Cincinnati Bengals -
The Bengals are the NFL's Kings of What Might Have Been. Their hard luck and poor decisions land them at No. 6 on the Pain Rankings.

2015 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview Schedule Super Bowl Odds Win Total - News - Stories -
The Cincinnati Bengals are off a solid 10-5-1 season, but they didn't make it past the wildcard round in the playoffs, suffering a 26-10 loss to the Colts. This year Vegas has their Win Total set at 8.5 (O -120), so they are not expected to do more than last year's team, but they will compete for the AFC North Title. Vegas odds have the Bengals at +220 to win the AFC North, +2000 to win the AFC Title and +4000 to win Superbowl 50. A preview of the Cincinnati Bengals along with their 2015 Schedule are below.

Cincinnati Bengals: Three Players to Watch
The Cincinnati Bengals are entering 2015 with a do or die mentality, and with a number of key players to hit the market after this upcoming season, it almost looks that way too. Young players will need to step up to show that they are ready for their chance, and some, like Dre Kirkpatrick, are playing for their future with the Bengals and the NFL.

Cincinnati fans boo Andy Dalton; are they ready for AJ McCarron as Bengals QB? |
In the 20 seasons before Andy Dalton became Cincinnati's quarterback, the Bengals went to the NFL playoffs twice. Since Dalton took over under center for Cincinnati, the Bengals have been to the playoffs four straight seasons. But when Dalton played in the Legends and Celebrity Softball Game on Sunday in conjunction with Tuesday's MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati, fans mixed boos with cheers for him in pregame introductions and during his first trip to the plate.

NFL, DirecTV face another Sunday Ticket class action | ProFootballTalk
Last month, lawyers filed a class action against the NFL and DirecTV for antitrust violations arising from the Sunday Ticket package from the perspective of the individual consumer.

NFL's Aaron Kromer -- Son Will Be Charged in Beach Attack |
The 21-year-old son of Buffalo Bills line coach Aaron Kromer has been charged with battery for his alleged role in a beach attack of 3 underage boys ... TMZ Sports has learned.

Earthquakes Mascot Sacks Idiot On The Field, Gets Shoved By Opponents
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