Two ugly losses in a row have dampened Cincinnati’s early season fortunes, and now the team and fans have a bye week to stew about it.
This week’s U.S.–Mexico match could be a preview of the ultimate soccer prize: the 2026 World Cup in Cincinnati.
A clunker against the lowly Jets erased most of the good feelings flowing from the Ravens’ rout. Suddenly this week’s Browns game is a must-win.
FCC has cemented itself as the league’s worst-run, worst-performing outfit, but a new head coach might drag the franchise from the pit of misery toward simple mediocrity.
After whooping Baltimore last Sunday, Cincinnati has gone from an afterthought to being the top seed in the AFC.
As the city vies for a 2026 men's World Cup match in Cincinnati, FCC continues to struggle.
Baltimore’s star quarterback has beaten Cincinnati all five times he’s played them, but the Bengals appear to be a different team so far this year.
Tonight’s home match against the Chicago Fire might be FCC’s best remaining opportunity to break its seven-game losing streak.
While Cincinnati was hardly overmatched by the Green Bay Packers, they were the lesser team last weekend. A rebound opportunity awaits Sunday in Detroit.
New leaders and new lineups turn out the same on-field results, but FCC is hoping to end the season with a bit of momentum as Orlando comes to town this weekend.