It is way too early for meaningful power rankings, but the Bengals deserve a little more respect than this.
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The now 1-11 Bengals are no longer the unanimous worst team in the NFL.
Firing Marvin Lewis has made the Bengals an unproven commodity, and what we don’t understand, we usually fear.
Cincinnati saw a slight rise after defeating the Raiders two weeks ago, but they came out flat against the Browns. Now they are back to their fall.
The Bengals are one of the worst ranked teams in the NFL, and their schedule the rest of the season isn’t very favorable.
The Bengals are now a cellar-dweller team. Can they recover and finish strong with Jeff Driskel at quarterback?
The Bengals are badly in need of a rebound of their dismal showing vs. the Saints.
The Bengals are back on track and 5-3 heading into the bye week.
The Bengals hit their first losing skid of 2018. Hopefully, it’s their last.
It turns out the sky isn’t falling in Cincinnati.
The Bengals are higher than they have been in a long time in the power rankings, but will they be able to maintain their position after this week?
Slowly but surely the Bengals are clawing their way out of the bottom of the barrel. Check out where the Bengals are ranked around the web heading into Week 5.
We roundup all of the power rankings heading into the regular-season opener for all 32 NFL teams.
As has been the case in most preseason projections, the Bengals received no love in the latest round of power rankings.
Too many close losses during the 2016 season dropped the Bengals into the 20s of ESPN’s first ranking for 2017.
Of the six major power rankings that we monitor, the Cincinnati Bengals average power ranking is 14.3. They've fallen anywhere from No. 13 to No. 16.