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Bengals News (10/19): Trade idea

On paper, this looks like a great move for the Bengals.

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Bengals News

PFF suggests Bengals trade for Patriots o-lineman Ted Karras
Although it comes on a small sample size, New England Patriots lineman Ted Karras has the eighth-best pass-blocking grade among interior offensive linemen through Week 5 — an 81.3 grade on 57 pass-blocking snaps — after splitting time at left and right guard. The Bengals are dangerously thin along the offensive line, so this move makes too much sense at this kind of price.

Photo Gallery | Best Images Of Week 6 At Detroit
Check out some of the top images between the Bengals and Lions in Week 6 of the 2021 NFL regular season.

Blinded, and inspired, by the light, Bengals RB Chris Evans has game to remember – The Athletic
“I’m not going to lie, I had no idea,” Evans said of his NFL hopes. “In order to get to the NFL, I had to play one year of college and go through the process. I was kind of just in the moment, just watching and saying that’s my goal and I’ve just got to keep pushing and hopefully someday it will happen.”

Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Evans deserves to be RB2 moving forward
After the Cincinnati Bengals' stellar performance and win Sunday, rookie Chris Evans raised a question - Who should be the RB2 moving forward?

The First Read, Week 7: Raiders refuse to be rattled; Ja'Marr Chase proving Bengals right
How did the Raiders hold up after a wildly disruptive week? What has Ja'Marr Chase meant to the Bengals? Jeffri Chadiha explores that and more in his First Read ahead of Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season.

10 things from Cincinnati Bengals' win at Detroit Lions
That was the biggest, most telling win of the young year.

Zac Taylor Not Satisfied After 4-2 Start: 'The Fun Happens in January and February'
"Winning is fun. Being in the locker room postgame. But again, our standard has to keep raising. And that’s where the fun will happen. We haven’t hit the fun part yet."

NFL News

NFL’s reasoning for secrecy in WFT investigation does not apply to the 650,000 emails
Beyond the troubling reality that someone from a small group of people with access to the emails has weaponized them, the emails need to be released. A slice of the real-world NFL lurks in those emails. And just enough of the poison has spilled to the media to make it fair and appropriate to demand to see the rest of the documents.

Fantasy Football waiver wire targets for Week 7 of 2021 NFL season
Michael F. Florio breaks down which players you should target on the waiver wire ahead of Week 7 of the 2021 NFL Fantasy Football season.

MRI Shows Calf Strain For Dak Prescott, “Optimistic” For Week 8
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott went for an MRI on his injured calf on Monday and head coach Mike McCarthy shared the results of that test during a Monday press conference.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh says critics of Lamar Jackson 'whistling in the graveyard'
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the critics who said the NFL was going to catch up to Lamar Jackson this season "are kind of whistling in the graveyard" now.