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Bengals Bites (9/14) - Sweet Victory

The Bengals offense shows how good they can be. Tyler Eifert lived up to expectations in first game this season.

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Cincinnati Bengals' revamped offense shows how good it could be - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
The Bengals showed playbook diversity, formation mismatches and the type of versatility that could be tough for opposing defenses to solve.

Bengals fill Black Hole with Eifert
OAKLAND, Calif. - In his return trip to The Black Hole, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson wasted no time emptying the kitchen sink on Cincinnati’s first series of the season and then tight end Tyler Eifert supplied the hammer by establishing career highs of nine catches for 104 yards as the Bengals rolled to a 33-13 victory over the Raiders.

Bengals vs. Raiders: Cincinnati Grades, Notes & Quotes | Bleacher Report
Cincinnati Bengals news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more

Doc: Bengals dangerous when they don't beat themselves
Paul Daugherty writes: In the NFL, one team isn't supposed to go into another team's stadium and lead 24-0 at halftime.

Bengals dominate season opener
Bengals columnists Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski offer their initial observations from the team's dominant 33-13 win against the Raiders in Oakland. The Enquirer/Kareem Elgazzar

Bengals see Oakland as first step toward breakthrough |
During this most successful run of postseason appearances in franchise history, one that has seen the Cincinnati Bengals make the playoffs four years in a row and five of the last six, the team has gone 2-4 in its season openers.

NFL morning after: Reactions and Overreactions in Week One | ProFootballTalk
Whether your team won or lost on Sunday, the best advice I can give you is this: Don't overreact to Week One. Here's a little story about how wrong our perceptions can be after Week One of the NFL season: The best defense I've ever seen was that of the 1985 Chicago Bears.

Top 10 takeaways from Sunday's Week 1 NFL action -
The first Sunday of the 2015 NFL regular season has come and gone. Some of the same old names showed up and proved why they are among the best in the business. Others, teams who have become laughingstocks around the league, showed everyone that their attempts at rebuilding likely won’t create quick fixes. And in Denver, a quarterback that’s well past his prime struggled to the same degree that we saw late last year.

Seven worst quarterback performances from Week 1 -
Some the following quarterbacks on this list do not come as complete surprises for their terrible performances. Conversely, there are a few mentioned within who have us scratching our heads after they churned out a whole bunch of awful.