With their 13-9 loss to the Texans last night, the Bengals have achieved some ignominious ineffectuality marks. They’re the first NFL team to play their first two games at home and fail to score a touchdown since 1939. This is also the first time Cincinnati has gone two straight games without finding the end zone…
The Bengals are without A.J. Green after the star wideout suffered a hamstring injury on Cincinnati’s opening drive today against the Bills. Green’s return is questionable, according to the team.
The Cincinnati Bengals padded their lead over the Cleveland Browns at the end of the first half after A.J. Green’s effort in the end zone.
For a good chunk of tonight’s game against the Miami Dolphins, Bengals star A.J. Green had more receiving yards than the Dolphins had total yards. Were it not for a flukey touchdown on Miami’s first possession of the game, his 173 receiving yards would have outpaced them. Green has made the Pro Bowl in every single…
By the end of today’s game, Andy Dalton and the turf were close pals. The New York Jets’ defense sacked the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback seven times, the most in one game in Dalton’s career. Despite that, he still tore up the opposing coverage as the Bengals won, 23-22.
The Bengals were down by seven points with two seconds remaining in the fourth quarter when this happened. A.J. Green has James Ihedigbo to thank for the assist.
The Bengals and Browns are a bitter, bitter rivalry. For Ohioans, it's almost as bad as soap vs. human skin—you just have to pick a side. It makes sense, then, that A.J. Green would be upset about losing to the Browns, but it would make sense regardless of geography because the Browns are terrible.