The Bengals and Steelers have clinched playoff berths and will close out the season battling for the AFC North title. Cincinnati is also in contention for a first-round bye.
Cincinnati and Pittsburgh look to win the AFC North title and lock up home field in the first round of the playoffs. The Pittsburgh Steelers are 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in their last six home games against divisional opponents. Pittsburgh hopes to extend that win streak this Sunday hosting the Cincinnati Bengals with the division on the line. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots received an early gift from the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football, as the Denver Broncos' loss secured the No. 1 seed for the Patriots. That gives New England home-field advantage throughout the AFC...Show More Summary
CINCINNATI -- Four Cincinnati Bengals missed practice Wednesday, being told to stay away because a flu has run amok throughout the team. The virus has affected different position groups and different corners of the locker room. Quarterback...Show More Summary
As expected, the star Cincinnati wideout did not practice Wednesday. We break down the fantasy implications. Star Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green was held out of practice Wednesday. Green is dealing with a bruised bicepsShow More Summary
The Denver Broncos struggled in their Week 16 contest against the Cincinnati Bengals. Instead of coming out victorious and earning a first-round bye, the Broncos lost in large part because they couldn't slow down the Bengals rushing attack. The Broncos defensive line features star players like DeMarcus Ware and Terrance Knighton. Show More Summary
One of these days, the NFL will make sense. Sixteen weeks into the season, that's not yet the case. Clarity will likely never come, and that includes once the postseason rolls around. At the final hour, the Cincinnati Bengals clouded the AFC by exposing the Denver Broncos on Monday night. Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals punched their ticket to the postseason with a convincing win over the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. With that, 10 teams have already clinched playoff berths heading into Week 17, leaving just two spots up for grabs. The San Diego Chargers currently reside in the AFC's No. Show More Summary
A trip to the Super Bowl goes through Foxborough on the AFC side. The New England Patriots earned the top seed in the AFC playoffs and home-field advantage throughout by virtue of the Denver Broncos losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, 37-28. The Bengals clinched a playoff spot with the win. Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers have already clinched playoff berths, but they will be fighting for the AFC North title and the opportunity to host a game in the postseason when they meet at Heinz Field in the Week 17Show More Summary
When an all-star team gets released, the story right away is always about who didn’t make it. And there were plenty of Pro Bowl snubs. The worst snub was probably Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, who has had a tremendous season but did not get a spot. Show More Summary
Is the sky falling in Denver? Have the Broncos' Super Bowl chances gone up in smoke following the team's Monday night loss to the Cincinnati Bengals? Though the road to a championship will certainly be tougher now that the New England...Show More Summary
Denver Broncos starting running back C.J. Anderson says he is sorry for his conduct toward the media -- which analysts called Marshawn Lynch-like -- after Monday night’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
For the Denver Broncos, Monday night's game against Cincinnati was supposed to provide answers. Instead, after an entertaining back-and-forth encounter that ended 38-27 in favor of the Bengals, they left with more questions—specifically...Show More Summary
Fact: Cincinnati running back Jeremy Hill is only 106 yards away from breaking Corey Dillon's Bengals rookie rushing record. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Peyton Manning looked very un-Peyton Manning-like on national TV during the Denver Broncos' 39-27 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on "Monday Night Football."
Mike Florio talks with Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald about the Dolphins missing the playoffs again and the fate of head coach, Joe Philbin. Then, Florio chats with Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer about the Bengals match against the Broncos.
The phrase “Steve Young Does Ray Lewis Dance” is one I never would have imagined writing, but here I am… It happened prior to last night’s epic battle between the Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals (which the Bengals won, 37-28), during ESPN’s Monday Night Football pregame show. We won’t get into too many details about […]
As the NFL playoff picture bleeds into Week 17, the Seattle Seahawks look ready to repeat, the Cincinnati Bengals look like contenders and Peyton Manning is already struggling to get things done. Indeed, it is a strange time of year. The final weekend promises a bit of intrigue. Show More Summary
Ray Lewis was the only ESPN analyst who picked the Cincinnati Bengals to beat the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football in Week 16. As a way to honor Lewis for making such a brilliant pick, Lewis' ESPN colleague Steve Young performed the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker's signature dance during the postgame show. Show More Summary