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Cincinnati's superstar receiver desperately wants to change the playoff narrative for his team and his city.
NFL fans could fairly argue that 2014 is the heyday of the wide receiver. Whether you credit the influx of talent at the
Russell Wilson may not match his 100+ yard rushing output from Monday night in Washington, but expect another great game in a relative shootout versus a Cowboys' defense that is allowing a league-worst 6.5 yards-per-play.
After the Bengals botched some huge special teams plays, the Steelers were able to build up a lead that their AFC North rivals were never able to catch.
"It looked like Ihedigbo was playing volleyball," marveled CBS announcer Dan Dierdorf. After Mike Nugent booted the extra
As the position of quarterback continues its ascendency in the NFL, inevitably that benefits the wide receiver: The position
Are the Pittsburgh Steelers officially in "oh sh*t" mode? It's starting to feel that way. Okay, so I go into every season with the Steelers feeling a rather healthy dose of pessimism, but I knew this one was going to be particularly bad.
Cincinnati is the better team, is playing at home and, ultimately has more riding on this game. According to 50,000 games played (simulated) by the Predictalator, the Bengals win over the Cowboys 64.2 percent of the time and by an average score of 28-22.
In case we missed the text, an all-out air assault has blown away ground and pound in the NFL -- passing and receiving stats keep exploding through its domed roofs. Today's NFL is mostly about the rocket's red glare, bombs bursting in air.
The most important stat for any quarterback, though, is the "W," and Dalton is sheer clutch when it matters the most. This
The Bengals lined up in a wildcat formation with quarterback Andy Dalton standing near the right sideline as a receiver. Surely
Following the first Sunday of the 2012-13 NFL season, what better way to cap Week 1 than a double-dose of "Monday Night Football
The Bengals backed into the playoffs despite losing to the Baltimore Ravens in the season finale. Led by rookies Andy Dalton
More so than ever before, teams with top ten picks have gaping holes in personnel. Six of those teams desperately need a