Burrow's 525 yards passing against Baltimore elevate him to the NFL's top rung of quarterbacks at the moment, just in time for the best team to come calling: the Kansas City Chiefs.
It’s hard to believe after two gut-wrenching home losses, but Cincinnati jumped into first place in the AFC North by winning in Denver. Now the Ravens come to town.
Joe Burrow should have been allowed to win the game, and probably would have, but poor Cincinnati coaching let the 49ers off the hook.
After letting the L.A. Chargers game get away from them, Cincinnati’s playoff hopes hinge on winning the rest of their home games.
Do a season sweep of the Steelers and three straight wins over Pittsburgh signal a changing of the guard in Cincinnati? My Magic 8 Ball says, “Signs point to yes.”
After cleaning up in Las Vegas, Cincinnati aims for a rare season sweep of its hated black and gold rivals from Pittsburgh.
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.
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.
After whooping Baltimore last Sunday, Cincinnati has gone from an afterthought to being the top seed in the AFC.
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.