The Cincinnati Bengals still have their two-game lead in the AFC North, thanks to a workmanlike performance against the San Diego Chargers.
Fresh-off their thrilling 41-38 victory last Sunday over the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Diego Chargers look to take down the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals this weekend in another playoff like atmosphere.
The San Diego Chargers’ secondary might look different Sunday when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
NFL football is always looked at as a violent sport, and it is due to the hard-hitting, big-time smacks, and all around tackling. One big problem is when some coaches and/or players take it a bit too far and start getting too serious.
Week 2 of the 2013 NFL season brought about so many close games that fans didn’t have a clue which game to tune into so they could get the best action. Now, Week 3 has come and gone, and it was full of so many upsets that no one knew what was going on or who to believe in.
Giovani “Gio” Bernard is creating monster waves during training camp for the Cincinnati Bengals that may prove to be a “Haitian Hurricane” on the NFL field.
Football fans watching tonight’s Falcons/Bengals game would say a pre-season game doesn’t really matter.
San Diego doesn’t have much of a chance of making the playoffs this season, and with the injuries mounting up, even one more victory is seeming out of reach.
The Bengals have the playoffs in their sights, and the Chargers just want to stop the bleeding. Cincinnati has the weapons in place to open the San Diego wound a little bit more.
The 4-7 San Diego Chargers have announced their home game against the playoff-bound Cincinnati Bengals will be blacked out in Southern California.
Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Rey Maualuga has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge.
Former Oakland Raiders coach Hue Jackson has been hired as an assistant with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Former USC Trojan Rey Maualuga has been charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from a bar fight last weekend in Ohio.
The family of a one-time NFL running back who was fatally shot by Kern County sheriff’s deputies in a convenience store parking lot is suing the sheriff’s department for alleged civil rights violations.
Authorities say a Bakersfield sheriff’s deputy did not violate department policy when he fatally shot a former NFL player after a scuffle at a convenience store.