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Snap counts from Bengals' Week 1 win

The Cincinnati Bengals used a variety of personnel to overcome the Minnesota Vikings in Sunday’s overtime thriller. Well, on the defensive side of the ball, at least. The Bengals stuck with the familiar names on offense and didn’t change much. That would have been the case even more so if Tee Higgins hadn’t needed to go to the locker room for an IV.
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Stock Market Report 2.0 Vikings Bengals

I was not sure if Wulford would write another Stock Market report but decided I would still write up the fan post one because since I started reading the Daily Norseman this has been one of my favorite articles. As for the game *Unprintable string of obscenities." Well, the Vikings have played and lost their 1st game. The only thing missing from Minnesota’s loss was a missed FG and a Cousins pick 6. I love the Vikings but today wrecked my blood pressure right before work tomorrow. Anyway, Rick and Zim avoid one of the few things I was going to flame them for no matter what, Dozier was not on the field. On to the rankings.
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Joe Burrow has returned with a vengeance

This game was supposed to be about the return of Joe Burrow. And it was, but it almost wasn’t. Burrow was spectacular in his return as quarterback, at least when Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor let him play. Taylor let Burrow play with time running out in overtime, and...
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Vikings fumble away opener, lose to Bengals 27-24 in OT

CINCINNATI — Truthfully, the writing was on the wall from the start. As the Vikings lined up to start the 2021 season — with even the loftiest of goals seemingly attainable — fullback C.J. Ham got called for a false start. The rest of the drive featured a false start from tight end Tyler Conklin, another false start from Ham, and a holding penalty on right guard Oli Udoh before the Vikings punted the ball away.
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Bengals Take The Long View On Fourth-And-Short: 'Holding Back Nothing"

After two tough seasons that both began with heartbreak, Bengals head coach Zac Taylor tweaked his script in Sunday's opener at Paul Brown Stadium and was rewarded with the biggest victory of his 33 games in the numbing 27-24 overtime victory over the Vikings. After 16 brutal one-score games during...
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Who will lead the Bengals in receiving yards?

The Cincinnati Bengals are set to have one of the most dynamic receiving corps in the league. Last season, for the first couple of months of the season, their offense looked great. The record, which was held back by them losing many one-score games, didn’t reflex how well they had played.
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Bengals News (9/13): Finding a way

Back in the day, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer used the PBS din to break the back of many a Pro Bowl quarterback when he was the Bengals defensive coordinator. But on Sunday he saw his club commit false starts on the first two plays, three on the first five and five the rest of the way as the crowd roared.
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Pregame Notes: Prince Set To Make Bengals Debut On Special Teams

Bengals rookie guard Jackson Carman was one of the eight offensive linemen head coach Zac Taylor chose to dress for Sunday's opener at Paul Brown Stadium against old friend Mike Zimmer's Vikings. Another rookie guard, D'Ante Smith, didn't dress and neither did backup tackle Fred Johnson. With Johnson out, that...
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What Zac Taylor, Joe Burrow & The Bengals Said After The Week 1 Win Over The Vikings

"Found a way to win — found a way to win in all three phases. I told the team, there were times today it looked pretty dark, and I think you guys would probably agree with me there. But, we created the turnover to win the turnover battle in Week 1. I don't know who did it but somebody did — Germaine (Pratt) I think was involved in that. On offense, we made the play when we needed to on fourth-and-one. Probably the play I should have called on fourth-and-one the first time. You know, they made it work. Trust me that play was not perfect but Joe (Burrow) and C.J. (Uzomah) found a way to make it work and the protection held up and then a rookie kicker (Evan McPherson), special teams stepped up. First game, I don't care how far that field goal is, that's an intense situation and he was nails as we expected him to be. I remember that coming up on draft night, somebody stood up on the table for him and said this guy is going to win us games and here we are, 1-0."
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Who will lead the Bengals in sacks?

Even without rookie sensation Joseph Ossai, the defensive line of the Cincinnati Bengals figures to be one of the strong suits of a defense that finished 26th in the NFL last year after giving up an average of just over 389 yards per game. After loosing defensive end Carl Lawson...
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Bengals Booth Podcast: The New Year

It's "The New Year" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast featuring: T.J. Houshmandzadeh on Ja'Marr Chase, Jonah Williams on the improvements he made in the offseason, Dave Lapham on week one storylines and this week's "Know The Foe" segment with Chris Tomasson of the Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Podcast highlights...
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Bengals News (9/7): Recipe for Cincinnati upset

They talk about the November to Remember. Or the win in Pittsburgh that clinched the division and spawned the Hollywood reception at the airport. Or the iconic Freezer Bowl that sent them to their first Super Bowl and chilled the 1981 Bengals in an eternity of slashing stripes. The Bengals...
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How To Watch, Listen & Follow Bengals-Vikings 2021 Opener

The Bengals begin the 2021 regular season at home hosting the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. Here is everything you need to know to follow the game. According to 506sports.com, Sunday's contest will air in the Bengals television market for most of Ohio as well as Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and additional states.
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As Ruler Of The Jungle, No. 54 In The Middle Of Another Bengals Opener

Bob Johnson, who wore No. 54 when he started the first Bengals drive in history with a simple snap of the ball, is the unofficial starter of the club's 54th season when he takes the throne Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 19) as "The Ruler of the Jungle," during Opening Day against the Vikings.
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