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Bengals News (11/1): Byeing for a win

The trade deadline has passed and the bye week is here. Now all the Bengals can do is regroup from the bottom, where most people have them listed in recent power rankings.

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Taylor-Made Takes: 'We're Looking At Every Avenue'
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor sat down with Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson during the bye week to discuss replacing Andy Dalton at quarterback with rookie Ryan Finley, as well as trades, A.J. Green and the status of other injured players.

Bengals Missed a Huge Opportunity Before the Trade Deadline
The Cincinnati Bengals are in the process of rebuilding their team. Here's why they missed a huge opportunity to make a few moves before the NFL trade deadline.

Bye week comes at a good time for winless Cincinnati Bengals
At the season’s halfway point, the Cincinnati Bengals Week 9 bye comes at a convenient time.

NFL Power Rankings: Bengals bottom out at 32nd
The Bengals don't fare well in the latest set of NFL power rankings.

Around the League

Trent Williams reveals cancer; 'Skins request review - NFL.com
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams told reporters Thursday that he had a cancerous growth removed from his head this year that had gone undiagnosed for roughly six years.

What we learned from 49ers' victory over Cardinals - NFL.com
The San Francisco 49ers held off a late charge from the Arizona Cardinals to secure a 28-25 win over their NFC West rivals and keep their perfect season alive on "Thursday Night Football."

Jets' Le'Veon Bell clears air with Adam Gase over usage: 'I was angry'
Jets running back Le'Veon Bell says he expects to have more carries Sunday against the Dolphins after discussing his role with coach Adam Gase. Bell had only nine carries and three catches this past Sunday against the Jaguars.

The five best Fantasy football destinations for Josh Gordon - CBSSports.com
Josh Gordon looks like he might get the chance to join and help another team midseason. Here are five teams where he might fit best.

Odell Beckham Jr. 'going to jump in the fire' with Browns QB Baker Mayfield
Odell Beckham Jr., saying he's "going to jump in the fire" with his quarterback, defended Baker Mayfield from criticism, saying the Browns' struggles aren't solely because of him. "We all need to do better," Beckham said.