Bengals Vs. Chiefs
Stories and updates regarding the Cincinnati Bengals game against the Kansas City Chiefs
With the Cincinnati Bengals securing a 21-6 lead, the offense slowed down while the Kansas City Chiefs offered no threat in the quarter. The third started and ended with the Bengals leading by 15.
Jermaine Gresham played with serious attitude, jawing at Chiefs defenders while playing with an aggression we haven't seen from the third-year tight end. But he had one play against Kansas City that's defined how far he's come.
Despite going through a four-game losing streak earlier this year, the Bengals have won two straight, getting back to .500 and silently resuming postseason whispers.
The Cincinnati Bengals will be without starting safety Reggie Nelson and one of their top wide receivers, Andrew Hawkins.
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green is a superstar in Cincinnati and perhaps the No. 1 fan favorite with the Cincinnati Bengals. And if he wasn't before, he's now your favorite player.