If the Bengals could get even decent quarterback play, they might have won eight games by now, including last Sunday against the Patriots.
Inexplicable play-calling and inexcusable mistakes lead to another loss against the Browns that could have (and should have) been a win.
Andy Dalton did just enough on offense to support a superb defensive effort against the Jets, and the 0-fer is no more.
A winnable game against the Steelers’ scrubs drops Cincinnati to 0-11. Will Andy Dalton’s return as starting QB spark at least one W?
You have to find moral victories when your team is 0-10, and we offer a few to keep your head from completely exploding.
It’s not about Dalton vs. Finley, but who the team will draft in the spring: Tua Tagovailoa or Joe Burrow.
The 0-8 team stands pat at the trade deadline, benches Andy Dalton, and gets ready to enjoy a bye week.
Every other facet of the winless team’s play has been a failure.
Nearly half of the Bengals' rushing output in Baltimore came on an end-around to Alex Erickson in the fourth quarter. Kinda says it all.
Another close loss keeps Bengals fans in limbo between feeling like the team is close to a breakthrough and wanting a total teardown and rebuild.