1. How Indy Has Won the Battle for NFL Supremacy and Cincy Has Failed

    With only 100 miles of Indiana corn between them, the Cincinnati Bengals and Indianapolis Colts should have a lot in common. Unfortunately, the only thing they share is a two-hour drive through farmland...

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  2. Economic Depression Might End the Depression of Many Bengals Fans

    Empty seats at Paul Brown Stadium and viewings of the CBS Movie of the Week on Bengals’ game days might just be the leverage needed to declare victory in the Who Dey Revolution...

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  3. The Revolution Marches On, One Urinal Cake At a Time

    From urinal cakes at Paul Brown Stadium to billboards dotting major routes in Cincinnati, Andrew Simon and his fellow soldiers in the Who Dey Revolution are in the midst of battle to bring the Bengals back to relevancy...

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  4. End Of an Era Part Three: Age Could Cripple Colts' Chances For Dynasty

    It is not often a talent like Peyton Manning can grace a team like he has Indianapolis. And many in the Circle City and throughout the NFL believe he can solely take the Colts to the promised land...

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  5. End Of an Era Part Two: The Changing Of Guard in the AFC South

    At one time, the AFC South was a joke for the other three teams in the division. Indy yawned through the division securing at worst a fourth seed every year in the playoffs...

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  6. End of an Era Part One: Why the Colts Have Lost their Chance for Dynasty

    Like Cinderella at the strike of midnight, or the single guy still standing dateless 10 minutes after last call at the bar, the Indianapolis Colts appear to be out of time...

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  7. Questions I Have for New Bengal Roy Williams

    Free agent acquisition Roy Williams: 1) You are reunited with defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer. Talk about that and how you hope to return to Pro Bowl form...

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  8. Carson Palmer Hopeful for a Return to Form

    It seems like a lesson in ancient history one overcast November Sunday in 2005 when the Cincinnati Bengals stood toe-to-toe with the vaunted Indianapolis Colts and lost a 45-37 shootout...

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  9. Yes, I Am a Bengals Fan and I Am Proud Of It

    Hi my name is Donovan Estridge and I am a Cincinnati Bengals fan. Yep, admitting it is half of the battle. Just like a recovering addict or alcoholic has to do, a Bengals fan needs to come to terms with their path...

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  10. Cincinnati Bengals Hope To Get Out of Cellar and Restore Roar in 2009

    When you are the proverbial cellar-dweller of the division and the brunt of many NFL jokes, one would think the only direction in 2009 is up for the Cincinnati Bengals—even if you have to take one step at a time...

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