September 19, 2014

The 2011 Bengals: Centers

Kyle Cook, photo by Chris Bergman

In the weeks since the completion of the NFL draft, I have been looking at the various offensive position groups in an effort to shed light on where the team currently stands with their personnel and to foreshadow needed moves once free agency begins.  Today, I will complete the offensive positions with a look at [...]

The 2011 Bengals: Guards

Bobbie Williams towers over my son while signing autographs at training camp 2010.

On this Memorial Day, I want to take a moment to say thank you to the men and women protecting our freedom all over the world, and most especially my nephew Mark Bates, a Bengals fan stationed in Iraq. We miss you Mark, stay safe… Today, I will continue my position by position review of [...]

The 2011 Bengals: Tackles

Jared Wickerham - Getty Images

This offseason is about as enjoyable as the Akili Smith era, but with an expanded offseason at least we can hold out hope for the future that much longer. In my recent writings, I have been looking at the various position groups and reflecting on what work remains for free agency. Today, I will look [...]

The 2011 Bengals: WR

FBN:  Bengals vs. Chiefs October 14, 2007

A little time off was chicken soup for the soul, but I am back to continue my quest to review each position group for the Bengals before we launch into free agency, whenever that may be. Today, I am looking at the WRs.

The 2011 Bengals: TE

Jermaine+Gresham

The NFL offseason is on hold pending the battle between players and owners in federal appeals court, but that just provides more time for reflection on the current state of the team. Today I continue my position by position review of the 2011 Bengals by taking a look at the tight ends. Last season, rookie [...]

The 2011 Bengals: FB

Antwan-Odom

Now that we are past the NFL draft, I can take an early assessment of where we are as a team before the end of the lockout and eventual start of free agency. Today, I will look at the fullback position.

The 2011 Bengals: HB

Now that we are past the NFL draft, I can take an early assessment of where we are as a team before the end of the lockout and eventual start of free agency. Today, I will look at the halfback position.

The 2011 Bengals: QB

Now that we are past the NFL draft, I can take an early assessment of where we are as a team before the end of the lockout and eventual start of free agency. Today, I will look at the quarterback position.

Dalton Era Begins While Carson In Limbo

The Bengals entered the 2011 NFL Draft with a few glaring needs and a big question at quarterback. The quarterback question has been answered, as the Bengals selected Andy Dalton, the red headed quarterback from TCU, with the third pick in the second round.

Georgia On My Mind

Georgia wide receiver AJ Green was the name called by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell when the Bengals pick was announced Thursday night. After Cam Newton went first overall to the Carolina Panthers, most Bengals fans let out a sigh of relief that the talented and enigmatic signal caller would be someone else’s problem.