The Bengals and Colts have released their final injury report for Week 14.
Chase Brown was running through some big holes against Jacksonville.
A few matchups to keep an eye on that could be game changers on Sunday.
This game is as close as it can get.
Playoff hopes are alive. Who can help the Cincinnati Bengals make it happen?
The head coach deserves a lot of credit for the QB’s quick turnaround.
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Three key Bengals were unable to fully practice on Thursday.
Hubbard never had to leave home.
Hurst has been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Amnesia (PTA) but says he is thankfully doing fine.
The QB had a historic performance against the Jaguars.
Jake Browning is here to stay in the NFL.
Starting off his time as a starter on the right foot.
Can the Patriots pull off the upset in Pittsburgh.
When everyone counted them out, the Bengals showed up and balled out.
The Bengals just had a walkthrough today, but there are a few players on the injury report worth keeping an eye on
The Bengals kicker’s reactions said it all!
Downtown Jake Brown, ladies and gentlemen!
Browning’s 86.5 completion percentage was the highest in NFL history by a QB in one of his first two career starts.
Trey Hendrickson shows how great of a guy he is.
Only one player was fined in the matchup between the Steelers and the Bengals.
Chase Brown has been someone Bengals fans have been wanting to see more of, and he shined with an opportunity against Jacksonville.
The Cincinnati Bengals were essentially born on May 24, 1967 after the AFL announced approval for Cincinnati's newest franchise.
It appears the Jaguars franchise quarterback escaped what looked like a much worse injury initially.
This is a team with a lot of pride.
The Bengals captain has been a beacon of love for the community.
Unfortunately, fame and fortune come with some major drawbacks.
Rising up, back on the street. It’s the eye of the tiger.