Week 2: Bengals vs Chargers Gameday Stream | Cincy Jungle
The Bengals open their 2015 home schedule today against the Chargers with revenge on the mind. Keep track here for all of our previews to get set for the game along with our coverage during and after what hopes to be Cincinnati's second win of the season.
Chargers vs. Bengals: What's the Game Plan for Cincinnati? | Bleacher Report
It will take a balanced offensive effort and a strong pass rush for the Bengals to pick up the win over the Chargers.
Bengals hope to edit Chargers post | Bengals.com
It has been only 623 days since the Chargers came into Paul Brown Stadium and delivered Marvin Lewis his most bitter loss in his 13 seasons as Bengals head coach.
Who To Watch: Chargers at Bengals | NBC 7 San Diego
Three Chargers to keep an eye on Sunday in Cincinnati.
Dunlap, Howard fined for Pacman-Cooper undercard fight | ProFootballTalk
The two players involved in the undercard fight to the Adam Jones-Amari Cooper battle were fined for their actions. The NFL confirmed today that it fined Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap and Raiders offensive tackle Austin Howard $8,681 apiece for unnecessary roughness.
Insider Trading: 32 tips across 32 teams | ESPN
Tyler Eifert might be the trendy fantasy add after his nine-catch, 104-yard, two-touchdown performance in last week’s opener, but you might consider hitching your hopes to another Bengal this week in Jeremy Hill.
Manziel: 'Hoge needs to worry about his big neck ties' | NFL.com
ESPN's Merril Hoge has made a cottage industry out of flaming Johnny Manziel. On Friday, the Browns quarterback responded by saying that Hoge 'needs to worry about his big neck ties.'
Luke Kuechly not cleared, will miss first game of career | ProFootballTalk
Panthers middle linebacker Luke Kuechly has not been cleared to return after suffering a concussion last week. The Panthers announced today that Kuechly is out Sunday against the Texans. It's the first game Kuechly has missed in his career.
Four potential upsets in NFL Week 2 | The Sports Daily
The Steelers have lost to an NFC opponent at home in September in each of the last two years, and the 49ers will make it three. Carlos Hyde, the NFL’s leading rusher with 168 yards in Week 1, comes to Heinz Field. The Steelers defense doesn’t check any of the boxes, and among those blank squares is the one next to "tackling."