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Bengals news (11/9): Young guns

Ryan Finley is the first Bengals’ rookie quarterback to get a start at Paul Brown Stadium.

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Numbers Game: Bengals’ First Rookie QB Start Ever At PBS

When Ryan Finley gets the call Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Local 12) against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium, he hopes to become the first Bengals rookie quarterback to win a home starting debut since Boomer Esiason 35 years ago.

Can the Bengals contain Lamar Jackson?

Lamar Jackson’s Ravens come to Cincinnati Sunday fresh off a big win against the mighty Patriots. Can the Bengals do anything to stop the him and his team?

A.J. Green injury setback: Is this about a contract extension too?

What’s the deal with A.J. Green?

Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Finley confident heading into NFL debut

Rookie QB set to start first game Sunday vs. Baltimore Ravens

Ravens’ running game presents a challenge for Bengals

The Bengals’ run defense must get better this week if they have any chance at pulling off the upset.

From hoops vs. a HOFer to pingpong, Bengals QB Ryan Finley wants to win - Cincinnati Bengals- ESPN

Those who know him best say no competition is too small to Finley, who begins his biggest one yet Sunday: proving he is a starting NFL QB.

Jay Glazer’s NFL mailbag: On Cam Newton’s future, the Bengals front office and a favorite moment from ‘Ballers’ – The Athletic

So yeah, let’s discuss that “fake” alcohol in the strip club scene during Season 2.

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Relief for Gase, Kitchens; Mahomes’ off-field impact; Raiders roll -

Are Adam Gase and Freddie Kitchens in for brighter days? Plus, how has Patrick Mahomes been shining on the sideline even as he readies to play?’s reporters fill you in on all you need to know ahead of Week 10.

Week 10 injury report roundup – ProFootballTalk

Week 10 of the 2019 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the 49ers and it continues with 11 more games on Sunday, which means that the 22 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

PFW’s Handicappers Corner in Week 10 | Pro Football Weekly

Seahawks-49ers in primetime should bring back plenty of feels

First-year coaching hot seats: Breaking down who could be ‘one-and-done’ among the eight -

The eight teams with first-year head coaches have a combined .284 winning percentage; will any be out after one year?

The Steelers didn’t trade away their future — they stole Minkah Fitzpatrick from the Dolphins | Sporting News

The safety is giving Pittsburgh exactly what it wanted when the team traded a first-round pick to Miami.