ESPN simulation projects Bengals to get destroyed by Bills on MNF
One of several wacky projections has the Bengals taking a massive loss.
Joe Burrow Hints At Potential Surprise At Right Tackle Following La’el Collins Injury - Sports Illustrated Cincinnati Bengals News, Analysis and More
Joe Burrow Hints At Potential Surprise At Right Tackle Following La’el Collins Injury
Bengals Quick Hits: First Modern 70-percenter, Kenny Anderson Salutes Joe Burrow's Looming NFL Completion Percentage Record
With his 1,500th career throw, the record books recognize Burrow's 68.5 percent as better than Drew Brees' 67.7. It took Brees' 71.2 percent to break Anderson's 39-year-old single-season record in 2011. When Anderson sifted for 70.6 percent for the 1982 Bengals, it broke Sammy Baugh's World War II mark of 70.3.
Bengals fans continue to make unretirement pitches to Andrew Whitworth
Fans and notables in the community keep letting Andrew Whitworth hear it.
NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Thursday, Dec. 29
NFL.com keeps you up to date with all of the latest league news from around the NFL. Visit NFL.com's transaction hub for a daily breakdown.
Eagles' Jalen Hurts practices for first time since injury
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts practiced for the first time since hurting his throwing shoulder Dec. 18.
Broncos' Russell Wilson - Wish I played better for Nathaniel Hackett
Russell Wilson said Wednesday that he regretted he didn't play better this season for Nathaniel Hackett, who was fired as the Broncos' head coach this week.
Sources - Kevin Warren is strong candidate for Bears president
Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren has emerged as a strong candidate to be the next president of the Bears, sources told ESPN's Pete Thamel.
Howe: Raiders should be locked in on Tom Brady with Derek Carr on his way out of Vegas - The Athletic
A Tom Brady-Josh McDaniels reunion? It almost makes too much sense.
Why is Carson Wentz starting again for Commanders? Ron Rivera benches Taylor Heinicke to keep playoff hopes alive | Sporting News
Wentz threw 10 touchdowns to six interceptions over his first six starts, with general lackluster performances. Now, he's been reinstated as QB1 for Week 17 with the Commanders clinging to a playoff spot.