The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns are ready for Round 2 in the Battle of Ohio.
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Aside from a couple of statistical season milestones, this season has been a borderline embarrassment for the Bengals.
The Bengals came home from Cleveland with a black eye for Christmas.
On Sunday, the 2018 No. 1 overall pick again showed up his old coach in another win over the Bengals. Are his antics putting him up in the echelon of some Steelers names in the eyes of players and fans?
In the wake of yet another Dre Kirkpatrick injury, the Bengals called upon one of their fifth-round draft picks to play significant snaps yet again.
There weren’t many positives to Sunday’s loss, but some performances warrant merit. Cast your vote and sound off on your winners!
The offense and defense both need work, but it would help if the offense was on the field more often.
The Bengals may be without two defensive starters in their final game of 2018 after they exited yesterday’s game against the Browns.
The Bengals keep refusing to try anything new even when it isn’t working.
A couple of Saturday games ended Cleveland’s hopes for the playoffs, but they took their frustrations out on Cincinnati. Meanwhile the Ravens are in position to take the division from the Steelers.
The Browns quarterback and former the head coach that drafted him have been sharing some soap opera-type drama this season, culminating in a staring contest at the close of the Week 16 matchup.
The Bengals were swept by the Browns and secured their spot at the bottom of the division. Here’s how Twitter reacted.
Similar issues continued to plague the Bengals in their latest matchup with the Browns, but a couple players played well to keep the game close.
For the first time in the Marvin Lewis era, the Bengals have lost to the Browns twice in one season.
This is beyond getting old.
The Bengals need a second-half rally to beat the Browns.
Kirkpatrick has been banged up throughout the season.
The Battle of Ohio resumes in Cleveland.
The Bengals defense will gain one linebacker back after losing one last week.
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We caught up with Chris Pokorny of Dawgs By Nature to get his perspective on the Bengals matchup with the Browns.
Madden predicts a poor outing for the Bengals offense in Cleveland.
Cincinnati’s season will be coming to a close soon. Of all the injuries and difficult storylines the Bengals have endured in 2018, Joe Mixon is one of the few bright spots.
The Bengals are in transition mode once again, as the 2019 offseason is approaching. Their tight end group is talented, but injuries and contract statuses leave major questions at the spot. How much will that even matter with a potential coaching search on the horizon?
Two young receivers for the Bengals will have to step up mightily in Tyler Boyd’s absence.
Come all ye unfaithful, more like it.