Thursday Night Football Breakdown: Undermanned Texans vs. Scoreless BengalsAfter disappointing losses in their respective season and home openers, the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals prepare for a game this Thursday night.
Can Bengals Ride Back-Up McCarron To Long Awaited Playoff Win?The last time the Cincinnati Bengals won a playoff game, Bengals' quarterback A.J. McCarron was barely five months old when Sam Wyche and company vanquished the Houston Oilers 41-14 at Riverfront Stadium.
NFL Injury Report: Raiders Healthier Than Bengals In Week 1 ShowdownA total of 13 players comprise the Oakland Raiders and the Cincinnati Bengals' 2015 NFL Week 1 injury reports. Following Friday’s practice, Jack Del Rio and Marvin Lewis revealed the extend of those injuries and the game statuses for Sunday's opener from the East Bay.
Raiders Start Jack Del Rio Era As Underdogs Against BengalsThe Jack Del Rio era will soon get underway for the Oakland Raiders, and there will be no feel-out process to kickoff the 2015 NFL season.
Bengals Need To Win Sunday To Shed "Playoff Losers" LabelThe Cincinnati Bengals haven't won an NFL playoff game since January 6, 1990. They beat the Houston Oilers—right there, that tells you it was a long time ago—by a 41-14 score in the wild-card round of the AFC playoffs. Since then, the Bengals have lost all five postseason contests they've played in. That needs to change this weekend.
Hue Jackson and Carson Palmer the Focus of Raiders-Bengals ReunionIt's a much anticipated game Sunday between the Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders. It's the first time for Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer to face his former team, and it's the same for Cincinnati assistant coach Hue Jackson vs. the Raiders. Oakland has lost all three of its East Coast time zone games. The Raiders are just 5-25 in East Coast games since 2003.