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Bengals News (10/12): Chase-ing History

Ja’Marr Chase is now the favorite to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, but he has bigger history to chase, pun intended.

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Bengals News

Ja'Marr Chase is chasing the record books for receiving yards
A 17-game schedule and the fifth pick in the draft have the Cincinnati Bengals on pace to welcome their first 1,500-yard performer in history as wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase continues his relentless pursuit of NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Chase Leaps Mac Jones, Becomes Favorite to Win Offensive Rookie of the Year
Chase is the favorite (+325) to win the award according to BetOnline. His six reception, 159-yard performance against Green Bay helped him leapfrog Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (+450).

Joe Burrow Looks Good To Play Against the Detroit Lions in Week 6
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor says quarterback Joe Burrow should be OK to play in Detroit Sunday and when he does he may very well be behind a new right guard in rookie D’Ante Smith’s first NFL start.

The Bengals Jordan Evans Placed On Reserve/Injured List
The Bengals placed LB Jordan Evans on the Reserve/Injured list. The team also placed G Jackson Carman and HB Samaje Perine on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.

NFL's worst losses in Week 5: Lions, Bengals, Raiders feeling the pain
Sunday provided an exhilarating slate of games, but not everyone ultimately enjoyed themselves. Adam Schein spotlights the nine worst losses in Week 5. Did the Bengals or Lions feel the MOST pain?

Fox affiliates cut away from Packers-Bengals right before game-winning field goal, miffing viewers
When Mason Crosby kicked an overtime field goal for the Packers to beat the Bengals, many Fox viewers missed it.

NFL News

Jon Gruden resigns as Las Vegas Raiders head coach
Following recent articles in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times detailing the use of racist, homophobic and misogynistic terms by Jon Gruden in emails reportedly dating back to 2010, Gruden has resigned as Las Vegas Raiders head coach.

Rich Bisaccia named Raiders interim head coach
Raiders assistant coach Rich Bisaccia has been named the interim coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

New York Giants WR Kadarius Toney has ankle injury, apologizes for throwing punch
The Giants' Kadarius Toney has an ankle injury that has his status in doubt for Sunday's game against the Rams. The rookie WR also apologized for throwing a punch that led to his ejection against the Cowboys.

Baker Mayfield's Wife Defends QB After Browns Loss, Stop Being Ungrateful!
Baker Mayfield's wife ripped into Browns fans for blaming the QB for Sunday's loss to the Chargers ... saying, "You truly don’t know what you have."

Week 5's biggest decisions: Chargers, Browns ace fourth-down calls
The points were flying in the Chargers' win over the Browns -- and so were the correct fourth-down calls by Brandon Staley and Kevin Stefanski. The NGS team breaks down Week 5's biggest decisions.

Cardinals remain undefeated with 17-10 win over 49ers
The Cardinals’ run as the last undefeated team in 2021 will continue into Week 6.

Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster to have surgery, expected to miss 4 months
Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster dislocated a shoulder on Sunday and is undergoing surgery later this week that is expected to sideline him about four months, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.