Bengals-Colts Quick Hits: Browning Breaks Two-Decade Accuracy Record; Chido On Mend Just In Time; Hope Taylor-Britt Can Return; Jake-Minshew Meet Again
Jake Browning, replacing the NFL's most accurate passer of all-time in Joe Burrow, now holds the record for the highest completion percentage in his first two NFL starts with 81%. According to Next Gen Stats, that goes back to the Truman Administration (1950), breaks the 21-year-old record (held by Chad Pennington at 79.3) while also eclipsing the top five marks of Bengals villains Mike White (78.6) and Brett Favre (75.8).
Quick Hits: Bengals Man Of The Year Karras Thanks Cincy; 'Downtown Jake Brown' Shrugs Off Nicknames; A (Drew) Sample Of Elite Pass Pro
Bengals center Ted Karras may have gone to high school in Indianapolis, but he came of age in Cincinnati and that's why he says his "huge," contingent headed down I-74 East for Sunday's game (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) at Paycor Stadium against the Colts is going to be blanketed in black and orange.
Bengals Backup Jake Browning Wants to Make Sure He Isn’t a One-Hit Wonder
Jake Browning is commanding the Bengals’ offense with Joe Burrow sidelined for the season, and he put on a confident display on Monday night against the Jaguars in what was his first career win in the NFL.
Former Cincinnati Bengals and Current Carolina Panthers Tight End Hayden Hurst Dealing With Post Traumatic Amnesia
Hurst quickly became a fan favorite in Cincinnati, even though he only spent one season with the Bengals. Hopefully he makes a full recovery and can get back on the field soon.
NFL Week 13 Recap: Immediate fantasy football takeaways from Bengals-Jaguars Monday Night Football | Fantasy Football News, Rankings and Projections | PFF
Joe Mixon scores twice despite playing in a reduced role: Mixon has had a firm hold on the Cincinnati Bengals’ early-down rushing job for many years, but tonight, Chase Brown cut into Mixon’s playing time and was the game’s most effective rusher.
Taylor: Bengals still control their own playoff destiny
The Bengals kept their playoff hopes alive with the 34-31 win over the Jaguars, and now they head into a stretch of games against opponents just ahead of them in the AFC standings or in a similar position with their record.
Bengals' center Ted Karras visits Kettering Health Hamilton on Tuesday
Cincinnati Bengals center and Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee Ted Karras visited Kettering Health Hamilton on Tuesday. Karras visited cancer patients receiving infusion, new parents with their babies, and patients in Kettering Health Hamilton's inpatient rehab.