The Cincinnati Bengals announced yesterday that they have extended the contract for head coach Marvin Lewis that will run through the conclusion of the 2016 season.
Despite losing in the first round of the playoffs for four straight seasons, the Cincinnati Bengals see no reason for change.
The sudden blast of wintry winds this week reflected the dour mood of Cincinnati, as its people trudged ahead after watching their team lose in the first round of the playoffs for the fourth straig
The Bengals are back for the fourth year in a row to the playoff party, but their reputation for leaving early precedes them and few get excited about their arrival.
With under four minutes left in the game and the division on the line, the Bengals found themselves a touchdown away from hosting a playoff game.
The achievement of making the playoffs this season is likely to be glossed over as insignificant since it's the fourth straight of its kind, none of which has produced a January win.
The Bengals get Payton Manning and the Broncos at home on a Monday nighter for Christmas. Are they thrilled?
What a great night at Paul Brown Stadium!
The Cincinnati Bengals have faced a lot of Browns quarterbacks, but none as famous as Johnny Manziel. He has good reason to be famous.
About 35 kids from the Paul Brondhaver Foundation for Military Families, Covington Independent Public Schools, Cincinnati Public Schools, and North College Hill Schools, took part in a shopping spr
Coming into the season, expectations for the Pittsburgh Steelers were mixed, which became fitting after the team experienced stretches of Jeckyl and Hyde play once the action began.
The River City News's Bryan Burke offers this analysis of the Bengals-Buccaneers game coming up later on Sunday.
Game Three of the Gulf Swing
It seems very difficult to come up with a reason why the Bengals will win on Sunday.
Everyone saw the Bengals lay yet another egg on the national stage last night as they were hammered by a much more physical Browns team that seemed to have the Cincinnati playbook in their pockets.
Fans love Thursday Night Football, but should they? The television ratings for anything NFL is always strong, but certainly players and coaches can't like it very much.