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Bengals Bytes (10/11): Unacceptable

The Bengals realize just how bad their performance on Sunday was. The Ravens make a coaching change. The Panthers season may be over.

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Bengals on Cowboys loss: 'This is not who we are'

The Cincinnati Bengals say their performance against the Dallas Cowboys is not who they are as a defense. "Dallas is paid too. They’re a good football team. They did good things. They executed well (Sunday)," Marvin Lewis said.

Radio Guys Recap pres. by SNICKERS®: at DAL

Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham share their takeaways from Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Bengals Walkthru: Sending Monday emojis

The day after every game, I will send out my Monday emojis. I'll dig into the depths of the text emoji catalog to find the perfect connections for handing out the good, bad and ugly of the Bengals' performance.

Ken Anderson hosts walk through stadiums on Sunday

While the Bengals are battling future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady at New England Sunday at 1 p.m., the Bengals own quarterback who is a Hall of Fame candidate is giving back to the community again. Ken Anderson, who has two more NFL passing titles than Brady’s two, unveils his Ken Anderson Foundation Stadium Stride in a 1.5 mile walk through Paul Brown Stadium and Great American Ball Park beginning at 11 a.m.

Cincinnati Bengals Report Card from loss to the Dallas Cowboys

Here is a look at the good, the bad and the key plays from the Bengals 28-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in this week’s Report Card. The Good: Giovani Bernard made his second start in the last 26 games and picked up large chunks of yardage in the early going when the game had yet to be decided. Bernard finished with 50 yards on nine carries (5.6) and the Bengals averaged 5.1 per rush after posting a 3.1 mark through the first four games.

Bengals coach: RB Jeremy Hill's shoulder injury 'not serious'

Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill said he was fine despite leaving the second half of Sunday's game against the Cowboys with an injured shoulder.

Guenther calls it unacceptable

Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther was back in front of his computer Monday after the Cowboys had done things to his team in Sunday’s 28-14 loss that very rarely happen. They gave up 400 yards (402) for the first time in a year, five days, and 17 games when the Chiefs hit them for 461 in a game the Bengals didn’t allow a touchdown and won. They allowed 180 yards rushing for the first time in 363 days and 16 games when Seattle dinged them for 200 yards in a game the Bengals still won in overtime.

'Put up or shut up’ as Bengals seek consistency

The Bengals continue to search for consistency through five weeks, Jeremy Hill says his shoulder will be ready for Sunday’s game at New England, and rookie Cody Core reflects on his debut.

AFC North Bytes

Marc Trestman Fired, Marty Mornhinweg Promoted to Ravens OC

The Baltimore Ravens fired offensive coordinator Marc Trestman on Monday, a day after the team sputtered in a 16-10 loss to Washington. The Ravens announced Marty Mornhinweg as Trestman's replacement in a subsequent move. Mornhinweg previously served as the team's quarterbacks coach.

Jonathan Cooper to Browns

The Cleveland Browns announced on Monday they were awarded offensive lineman Jonathan Cooper after claiming him off waivers from the New England Patriots. Cleveland also noted it waived offensive lineman Anthony Fabiano and placed offensive lineman Austin Reiter on the injured reserve list because of a knee injury.

Cam Heyward Injury: Updates on Steelers Star's Hamstring and Return

Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network reported the injury to Heyward's hamstring "isn't horribly serious" but should keep him out for two to three weeks, per an unnamed member of the Steelers organization.

Random Bytes

Tom Brady returns from NFL suspension to lead Patriots

The Patriots QB returned from suspension and, like a cog in a machine, picked up right where he left off. Plus more from Week 5, including reeling TV viewership, an appreciation of a tough veteran and the weekly awards.

With Home Loss on MNF, Panthers May Finally Be in Hole They Can't Escape

Winning without your franchise quarterback is never easy, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tried their best to make it very easy on the shorthanded Carolina Panthers on Monday night. And yet the Panthers still found a way to lose for the fourth time in five games to start the 2016 NFL season.

Koa Misi's neck injury might be career-threatening

When Koa Misi was placed on injured reserve to make room for cornerback Bene' Benwikere on Monday, it seemed likely that the 29-year-old veteran's season was over. It could be an even more severe than that, however.

Insider Buzz: Kaepernick Agreed to Restructure Contract, Deal 'Not Finalized'

Did San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick agree to change his contract last week, making it easier for the team to play him going forward? Will the new deal get rid of any injury guarantees for the team? Did the 49ers agree to guarantee any bonus money for the rest of the season?

Gary Kubiak Hospitalized

Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was dealing with flu-like symptoms Sunday and was taken to a hospital after his team's loss in Week 5 to the Atlanta Falcons, according to Patrick Smyth, the team's vice president of public relations.