Cincinnati Bengals

  • Passing Yards
    245.2 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    112.8 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    358.0 YPG

    Fantasy football: Offenses to target this season

    Fantasy owners spend the vast majority of their draft preparation focusing on player evaluation, cultivating lists of players they like and those they want to avoid. This is reflected in typical fantasy coverage. We talk about sleepers, busts and breakouts. We go through every fantasy position. We talk about bounceback and regression candidates. We rank players, and we rank them again, and then we rank some more. All of this is done with an extreme focus on players, but we cannot divorce them from the environments they inhabit. Among the four major sports we follow in the United States, football is the ultimate team game. A quarterback can’t do his job if his line doesn’t protect him, and a receiver

  • 5 Bengals among ESPN’s top 100 NFL players
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    5 Bengals among ESPN’s top 100 NFL players

    With a new NFL season looming, ESPN has just released their list of the top 100 players in the NFL. Of course, several Bengals made the list. They are A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert, Geno Atkins, Carlos Dunlap, and Andrew Whitworth. There is no question that those five are not only among the best at their respective positions, but among the best the NFL has to offer. The highest Bengals player to make the list was none other than Green, who came in at No. 19. A human highlight reel, Green has out-of-this-world leaping ability, which in itself would put him in the top 20 on this list. What else has him ranked so high? The fact that he and Randy Moss are the only receivers in NFL history to have 1,000

  • Alabama is in better QB situation than previous 2 years
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    Alabama is in better QB situation than previous 2 years

    TUSCALOOSA — For the fourth time in the last seven years, Alabama comes into a season as the defending national champion, and that comes with certain unique challenges. One is that you get every opponent’s best shot. When you’re on top like Alabama is, nobody plays flat or without emotion against you. All 12 opponents will prepare extra hard and be extra motivated, because of the opportunity they have to make more of a name for their own program. Of course. Alabama will beat some teams badly and they might lose some of that heart in the second half, but they all will show up more ready to play than any game they’ll play all year. That’s one of the external challenges. Internal to the team, the