Cincinnati Bengals

  • Passing Yards
    345.0 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    51.5 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    396.5 YPG
  • Bengals Mailbag: Continuing questions at running back and cornerback rotations
    Cincy Jungle

    Bengals Mailbag: Continuing questions at running back and cornerback rotations

    The Cincinnati Bengals greet the Denver Broncos in their home opener this Sunday, which is looking like a critical early-season conference matchup. The Bengals currently stand at 1-1, which brings a mixed bag of emotions. If the team can escape a treacherous three-game opening stretch of the 2016 season with a winning record, optimism should run high. If they fall to 1-2, however, more questions like the ones we’ve received this week will abound. Send us your questions via email or Twitter (@CincyJingle or @CJAnthonyCUI) to be answered in this weekly feature, or tune in to The Orange and Black Insider, as we answer questions there as well! Good question. It’s hard to say if Giovani Bernard can

  • Mile High Report

    Dan Fouts sees the Broncos and Bengals as a tossup

    Long-time fans of the Denver Broncos know all about Dan Fouts. Not as a broadcaster for CBS per se, but as the Hall of Fame-quarterback for the San Diego Chargers. With him calling the game between the Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro from The Afternoon Drive asked Fouts how he would attack this Broncos defense. Fouts said since this defense has no weaknesses, you have to have balance on offense. What makes that so tough is Von Miller is so good against the run. Most great pass rushers aren’t good in run defense so that makes the task even tougher for the Bengals. But without that balance, Fouts said, that chore is near impossible. It’s an interesting perspective

  • Steelers Film Room: Robert Golden and Mike Mitchell quickly becoming a dynamic duo for the Pittsburgh defense
    Behind the Steel Curtain

    Steelers Film Room: Robert Golden and Mike Mitchell quickly becoming a dynamic duo for the Pittsburgh defense

    The Steelers' defense was a stellar defense against the Cincinnati Bengals in week two. That was due in large part to outstanding play by the usual suspects -- Ryan Shazier, Lawrence Timmons, Stephon Tuitt and Cameron Heyward, among others -- but also because of the play of cornerback Ross Cockrell and corner/safety Sean Davis. But let's not let those contributions overshadow those by a group that got a lot of the blame last year: the safeties. Gone this year is Will Allen, who was the primary starter since Troy Polamalu retired. His replacement, Robert Golden, is showing to have a high ceiling, indeed -- and he's got a long way to go before he reaches it. His counterpart, Mike Mitchell, has