NUXHALL WAY: THE REDS BLOG
Every facet of Cincinnati’s to-do list (offense, defense, special teams) got checked off in the thrilling season-opening win over Minnesota.
Toronto once again was good for what ails FCC, and Cincinnati now needs to ride that momentum into tonight’s match in Atlanta.
Luckily, while Cincinnati has dropped six straight series, their competition for the final Wild Card spot (Padres, Cardinals, Phillies) are also losing.
With six tough division games ahead, Cincinnati could use a little Joe(Burrow)mentum in the first two weeks against Minnesota and Chicago.
After letting Miami score a back-breaking last-minute goal, FCC remains winless in its new TQL Stadium. This weekend might be its last good chance at a home victory.
Dave Lapham is a former player, a long-time broadcaster, and—best of all—a full-time Bengals fan. Just like the rest of us.
Would Cincinnati still be in the playoff race without breakout seasons from Tyler Naquin, Vladimir Gutierrez, and Kyle Farmer? It’s doubtful.
The troubled offensive line wasn’t overhauled as anticipated, while the defense is emerging as a team strength. And all eyes stayed glued on Joe Burrow as he rehabbed his surgically repaired knee.
FCC needs to learn to close out games they’re leading. Saturday night’s visitors, Inter Miami, should provide another opportunity.
The good times never last with Cincinnati’s baseball club, so enjoy this year’s playoff push while you can.
Some of the 13 newcomers have become roster stalwarts, while others are yet to make their mark. Just how well has FCC done with evaluating and signing talent?
For Bengals receiver John Ross, an Amberley Village McMansion is just the right speed.
Marty Brennaman has been the voice of the Reds for more than four decades. But his most impressive feat has been keeping a voice of his own.
Andrew Benintendi’s Not-So-Long Journey From Sellman Field To Fenway Park.
Luke Fickell wants to make UC football great again. If he succeeds, will he stick around to enjoy it?
A former sports reporter looks back at Bengals training camps of yore.
How the Bengals owner’s time on the gridiron explains his much-maligned career on the sidelines.