Thank You, Carson

The 2011 Bengals were supposed to be bad.  Like epically bad—even for an organization that has made bad a tradition.  After all, the team was returning a losing coach, but not their top two wide recei…

Gulp!

CincyJungle passed along a Twitter exchange from Chad Ochocinco and A.J. Green (which was slightly less offensive than the one by a beleaguered New York politician), in which the Ocho offered to work …

Rebuilding Project

The NFL Network looks at the rebuilt Bengals offense. The biggest remaining questions are how quickly will Andy Dalton and A.J. Green play? And where will Chad Ochocinco and Carson Palmer play next? C…