Thursday, September 18, 2014

George Iloka Will Be X-Factor For Cincinnati Bengals In Week 3

George Iloka Will Be X-Factor For Cincinnati Bengals In Week 3

Breakout candidate George Iloka was a huge factor in the Cincinnati Bengals‘ 24-10 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2, recording a tackle, two interceptions and three pass breakups. This included a game-changing breakup that denied superstar Julio ...

A Cincinnati Love Letter

During MidPoint Music Festival’s Sept. 25-27 run, the MidPoint Midway, curated by ArtWorks and situated on 12th Street between Vine and Walnut streets in Over-the-Rhine, will play host to local artists and writers expounding in their own particular way ...

Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Spread Analysis and Pick Prediction

Cincinnati continued its recent money-making ways at home last week with a victory and cover over Atlanta. The 2-0 Bengals, now 10-1 both straight up and against the spread in their last 11 games at Paul Brown Stadium, look to extend that run when they ...

Mayor wants to end Cincinnati's one-trash cart rule

Cincinnati's mayor wants to change when and the amount of trash that can be picked up at homes, but not how it's done. Mayor John Cranley is proposing moving to a Monday-Thursday pickup schedule, as well as allowing people to purchase additional trash carts.

Deep talent stockpile at nearly every position makes Cincinnati Bengals model for the NFL

The Cincinnati Bengals stymied Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons with defensive discipline this week, especially from their cornerbacks. The Bengal secondary not only covered well, collecting three interceptions on the day, but they also tackled proficiently.

Falcons say no-huddle offense was stymied in Cincinnati by officials

Lost in the concern over whether the NFL’s officials are throwing too many flags is whether they’re tapping the brakes on no-huddle offenses. Falcons coach Mike Smith believes that, in Cincinnati on Sunday, the men in black and white made it hard to ...

Tyvis Powell Welcomes Challenge of Facing Cincinnati's High-Powered Offense

Tyvis Powell's eyes lit up and a huge smile came across his face when he was asked Wednesday if Ohio State's secondary welcomed the challenge of facing a Cincinnati team next Saturday that could very well throw the ball 50 times against the Buckeyes.

High-profile comedian to replace Joan Rivers as Cincinnati charity speaker

Joy Behar, former co-host of “The View” television show, will make a guest appearance for fellow comedian Joan Rivers, who was to be the featured speaker at Cincinnati’s 13th annual Pink Ribbon charity lunch on Oct. 2, it was announced today.

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