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Bengals news (9/15): Mixed opinions

Some believe the Bengals have a pretty large upper-hand in Sunday’s matchup against the 49ers, while others believe San Francisco has the inside track to a 2-0 start.

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Media Roundtable: Of Course, The 49ers

The 49ers are that distant cousin out there on The Coast. They always seem to surface during the bigger moments in the family and here they come again Sunday (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 19) for Bengals head coach Zac Taylor’s first Paul Brown Stadium opener...

Cincinnati Bengals: 5 questions about San Francisco with Niner Noise

I spoke with Niner Noise site expert Peter Panacy to get some insight on Cincinnati’ s Week 2 foe.

Rookie review: How Bengals youngsters were used, fared in week 1 – The Athletic

Some new guys got plenty of snaps as others saw little action while still getting settled.

Cincinnati Bengals: John Ross has breakout game in season opener

Wide receiver notches career highs for catches, yards in loss to Seahawks

Cincinnati Bengals have advantages over San Francisco 49ers

The Bengals are a slight favorite over the 49ers, and they should be.

Other news

Biggest Week 2 injury questions for all 32 NFL teams - intel on Mosley, Mixon, Mahomes and more

Will the Bengals have their star running back on the field against the 49ers? NFL Nation provides the latest updates direct from locker rooms.

Week 2 NFL odds, picks, schedule, how to watch, stream: Expert picks against the spread, survivor pool play, more -

The NFL is back for Week 2, and and SportsLine are breaking down every single game

Antonio Brown making trip to Miami, expected to play -

The newly signed Patriots receiver is making the trip with the club to South Florida ahead of their Week 2 matchup with the Dolphins. Brown is expected to play

Browns lose Damarious Randall to concussion – ProFootballTalk

Damarious Randall won’t get to face his old nemesis Gregg Williams. Randall, the Browns’ starting free safety, has been ruled out for Monday night’s game against the Jets with a concussion.

How do you feel about the NFL’s new pass interference replay rule now? -

Ahead of the Saints-Rams rematch in Week 2, Charles McDonald and Adam Stites chat about their thoughts on the new rule so far.

From The GM’s Eye: The Dan Snyder problem; plus, a look at Week 2 games – The Athletic

Washington’s problem isn’t that hard to solve, but Dan Snyder needs to let go and become only an owner, not the owner/GM.