Andy Dalton's value should be high enough for the Bengals to demand a quality return. He won't be able to replace Tom Brady, even after one of his worst seasons. He will, however, be the perfect quarterback to keep the team competitive under the Bill Belichick regime.
Fans of both the Cincinnati Bengals and the Miami Dolphins have had their sights set on the 2020 season for much of this campaign. With Miami’s 38-35 overtime victory at Hard Rock Stadium, the Bengals secured the first overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. What can supporters of both franchises take forward into the offseason and next season?
Following the results of last Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals became the first team to be officially ruled out of playoff contention; not that the playoffs were ever a realistic expectation at the season's dawn.
Per the infamous 'Dalton line', the Bengals QB is the most average quarterback in the NFL, something a lot of teams would take right now. Here we take a look at which teams may trade for Andy Dalton this summer.
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor has announced that quarterback Andy Dalton will be benched this upcoming weekend in favour of fourth round rookie Ryan Finley.
By the Cincinnati Bengals’ standards this offseason is one of earth-shattering change. This relatively conservative franchise doesn’t do dramatic or sudden. Nonetheless this offseason they moved on from long time head coach Marvin Lewis after 16 seasons, replacing the seasoned veteran with the relative greenhorn Zac Taylor.
The AFC North is one of the NFL's most interesting divisions this offseason. The Browns, Steelers, Bengals and Ravens all have big decisions to make.
Rounding up the latest NFL action.
Are the Bengals a dark horse this season?