1. Cincinnati Bengals Bungle: Cedric Benson Goes to Jail

    While the 2011 season may be referred to by many as the Bengals pressing the reset button, one lone issue remains—criminal convictions...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about almost 3 years ago 253 reads 0 comments

  2. NFL Ban on Quarterback Divas: Goodbye Carson Palmer and Brett Favre

    Sometimes players do not know when the end is the end and others want to manipulate the system to end on their terms. Carson Palmer and Brett Favre are both scenarios in one. Palmer realized after signing a multi-million (i...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about almost 3 years ago 2,390 reads 26 comments

  3. Bengals Patience Wearing Thin? Hitting Bottom May Never Have Hurt so Good

    In Cincinnati, sports used to be synonymous with the first professional baseball franchise, the sister bridge to the one of Brooklyn fame and the underground railroad...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about almost 3 years ago 368 reads 12 comments

  4. Carson Palmer Eliminates Little Brother Jordan in His Quest for Freedom

    Maybe being a Bengals ' fan is an act of cynically slow-induced suicide (seasons do have the remarkable resemblance to the famous Chinese water torture technique)...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about almost 3 years ago 1,666 reads 1 comments

  5. Southern Discomfort: Dayton Flyers Join the Underachieving Athletics

    Following Xavier was the right path. Certainly Cincinnati Catholic league athletics have been better than Dayton...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 3 years ago 696 reads 0 comments

  6. Carson Palmer Has Become Next Ochocinco for Cincinnati Bengals

    When Carson Palmer first started crying foul because of being the servant to the master, I felt for him—I truly did...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 3 years ago 1,681 reads 9 comments

  7. Carson Palmer: Time for the Cincinnati Bengals to Move Forward with a New QB

    Dalton came and made us wonder if the haphazard surfing Californian was as much as the the stereotype as a New Yorker is when the Yankees buy (but never win) championships...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 3 years ago 388 reads 2 comments

  8. Cincinnati Reds: Francisco Cordero Blows Save

    With a blown save that does not show any pattern but shows that the fallibility of a closer is clearly one week to the next, Francisco Cordero closed with a loss on Saturday in Wrigley...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 3 years ago 178 reads 0 comments

  9. NFL Draft: Cincinnati Bengals Will Return, But Patience Will Be the Virtue

    With a draft that has emerged with a trend that shows discipline, cunning and everything Cincinnati is not used to, the Bengals emerged from the draft respectable and consistent with similar results in comparison to the 2010 campaign...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 3 years ago 322 reads 1 comments

  10. Optimism Creeps In As Jon Gruden Gives Titles To Brother Jay

    Surely it's premature but Jon has endorsed Jay in the Gruden family as Bengals.com reports the professional and familial admiration that comes with a balanced approach to the game...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 1,460 reads 2 comments

  11. NFL News: Jay Gruden To Be Next Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Coordinator

    Both ESPN and the Cincinnati Enquirer are reporting that Gruden—Jay Gruden that is—will take over as the offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals, replacing the recently departed and embattled former OC Bob Bratkowski...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 1,542 reads 10 comments

  12. Cincinnati Bengals Fire Offensive Coordinator Bob Bratkowski

    The hapless and hopeless Bengals finally made the decisive move that fans, players and a consortium of journalists were clamoring for, as Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 917 reads 14 comments

  13. NFL Lockout 2011: The Fans' Demands For The New Agreement

    While the collective public waits with anticipation for the results of the push and pull between the owners—essentially a union you know as the National Football League (a.k...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 1,628 reads 14 comments

  14. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: The 5 Prospects the Bengals Should Target At No. 4 Overall

    The Bengals have several areas that need to be upgraded and this is not the season—I repeat— not the season to draft Carson Palmer's replacement...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 1,604 reads 8 comments

  15. Cincinnati Bengals: Top Eight Changes Marvin Lewis Will Need To Make in 2011

    Quite possibly the title of this article should be: "Cincinnati Bengals: Top 10 Changes Mike Brown Should Make For 2011...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 2,764 reads 10 comments

  16. NFL Breaking News: Cincinnati Bengals Expected To Sign Marvin Lewis

    January 4th 2011 — As of 11:30 pm EST, Bengals .com's Geoff Hobson reported that despite reports (namely by a "source" to ESPN's Adam Schefter in an Associated Press release) ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 278 reads 4 comments

  17. Cincinnati Bengals Charge Up on The San Diego Chargers in Late Season Win

    The day after Christmas saw the strangest of sights in Cincinnati. Terrell Owens—done for the season. Chad Ochocinco—inactive. Jerome Simpson — two touchdowns...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 417 reads 15 comments

  18. Cincinnati Bengals: Pros and Cons of Keeping Carson Palmer in Cincy

    The clock is striking midnight on the 2010 season within three weeks. For many Bengals fans, it is a welcome end to an endless season. For others, the mysteries of the offseason and the reaction of ownership is met with both curiosity and dread...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 1,428 reads 28 comments

  19. Cincinnati Bengals: A Total Makeover Is Coming

    As the Cincinnati Bengals close in on football futility, the Bengals' fan base considers what may be a completely different team next season...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 2,921 reads 38 comments

  20. Bengals Are The Worst Team In The NFL Again

    Apparently, the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) includes realignment, and the negotiations must be going well. Why? Because the Bengals are back where they were in the scheme of normality...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 293 reads 1 comments

  21. Cincinnati Bengals State of the Union: Bengals Resume the Expected Losing Effort

    With the Bengals mired in a two win, seven loss season it would be hard to justify what is a good reason to cheer for a team consumed by a lack of the basic qualities that are attributed to a winner...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 204 reads 16 comments

  22. NFL Power Rankings: Top 25 NFL Halloween Fashions Around the League

    Well, it is that time of year again, the time of year where one can dress up like a fool or a freak and be given the tools be a participant in the game we love. Bad teams, good teams — it does not matter...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 13,655 reads 18 comments

  23. $30 Million Waiter: A Lesson in Leadership and Humility by Justin Tuck

    Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010 started like any day as one would expect. Though slightly warmer than crimson fall days of the past, New York City was bustling with the usual air of frenetic energy...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 3 years ago 1,001 reads 2 comments

  24. Cincinnati Bengals: 10 Observations With The Return Of The Offense Vs. Browns

    The Cincinnati Bengals gave a few pointed moments to show that the pacemaker is starting to kick in and a consistent heart beat is coming soon...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about almost 4 years ago 800 reads 4 comments

  25. Bengals Vs Browns: Offense Alive But Defense Asleep at The Wheel

    The first 3 weeks of the season may have seemed like a hostage situation but in week 4 the ear showed up at the drop point and the Bengals ' offense woke up...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about almost 4 years ago 421 reads 14 comments