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Bengal Bytes (9/25): Geno lets his actions speak

How Geno Atkins has been leading by example. An AFC North team plans to take advantage of the 2 point conversion, and other headlines from across the NFL.

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Bengals Film Session: What's wrong with Baltimore?

Former Bengals safety Chris Crocker breaks down the film to find out what is wrong with the 0-2 Ravens this year.

Atkins and other Georgia products let play do the talking - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati

Bengals defensive tackle flashing pre-knee injury form in first two games of the season.

When Geno Atkins talks, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis listens - ESPN

Geno Atkins really is a man of very few words. Even those in the Bengals' locker room who are closest to him joke about him seldom speaking.

NFL Week 3 Odds: Winless Baltimore Ravens favored over Bengals - NFL -

The Ravens, in desperate need of a win, are favored against Andy Dalton and the 2-0 Cincinnati Bengals when the division rivals square off in Baltimore on Sunday.

Bengals breakdown with Dave Lapham - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati

Brad Steinke and Dave Lapham breakdown Bengals-Ravens matchup.

Bengals are masters of the fast start, need to keep it up - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati - LOCAL Sports

Cincinnati (2-0) is the only unbeaten team in the AFC North

Behind Enemy Lines

Terrell Suggs' absence 'love-hate thing' for Bengals' Andrew Whitworth - ESPN

Bengals Pro Bowl LT Andrew Whitworth has faced many a battle with Ravens LB Terrell Suggs, and as much as he won't miss him on Sunday, he will a bit.

Steve Smith Sr. of Baltimore Ravens: Bengals' Adam Jones has matured - ESPN

Bengals CB Adam Jones has matured as a football player, Ravens WR Steve Smith Sr. says.

Random Bytes

Matthew Berry's Love/Hate list, sleepers, busts, best starts and sits for fantasy football Week 3

Matthew Berry dishes out his player advice for Week 3 lineup-setting, and explains why patience is required with your slow-starting players.

Aaron Donald, Jordan Reed, and early NFL trends that could stick | The MMQB with Peter King

The least pressured quarterback in the NFL this year is the Bengals’ Andy Dalton. On only 17.5% of his dropbacks has he been disrupted in any way; he has yet to be sacked. Last year the Bengals were the second-best line at keeping their QB clean with pressure allowed on only 25% of plays. In 2013 it was the same exact numbers as last year. See a trend?

Ben Roethlisberger says Pittsburgh Steelers will keep going for 2-point conversions

The Pittsburgh Steelers are setting the tone in a new era of 2-point conversions, and that isn't stopping any time soon, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said.

Bruce Arians reminds Cardinals 2-0 start doesn’t mean much | ProFootballTalk

The Cardinals are 2-0 after getting strong starts from both their offense and their defense this season, which is the sort of thing that leads to a lot of slaps on the back.