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The Ryan Finley era officially begins in Week 10 as the Bengals host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. When the Bengals drafted Finley with a fourth-round pick, it was the highest selection the franchise used on a quarterback since it took Andy Dalton in 2011.
The Bengals had hoped that A.J. Green would be ready to play as they emerged from their bye week.
What is the point in seeing what the Bengals have in Ryan Finley if there is little to no chance that he can actually win the starting job long term?
After missing 53 games over the past five years because of injuries, Eifert is just grateful to be playing with the chance to prove he still belongs.
Jemal Singleton brought with him to the Bengals the desire to help military families cope with loss and the team will do just that Sunday.
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Here are five things to watch, consider and note for Sunday’s Bengals game against the Ravens, which will kick off at 1 p. m. at Paul Brown Stadium.
Will the Seahawks hand the 49ers their first loss of the season? Can the Vikings get back on track in Dallas? Do the Browns get off the mat? Gregg Rosenthal predicts every Week 10 game.
It’s a common refrain from NFL fans: If we lose our starting quarterback, we’re screwed. But that isn’t the case, at all. In fact, NFL teams actually have a winning record this season when forced to go to a backup because of an injury to their starter.
Key WRs Amari Cooper, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquise Brown are “questionable” heading into Sunday’s games. Get the latest injury updates before making your Week 10 fantasy start-or-sit decisions.
Other best bets include the Seahawks and 49ers engaging in a shootout
How Jackson’s Ravens are making defenses wrong — even when they’re right