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Cincy Jungle Jul 22, 2016

2016 Bengals Bold Predictions: A.J. Green will be named First Team All-Pro

Another in a series of bold predictions for the Bengals upcoming season, we look at the case for why A.J. Green will finally be named to the All-Pro First Team for the 2016 season. Since entering the NFL as the Bengals’ first round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, A.J. Green has been nothing but spectacular. He has set numerous records for receiving production to start a career. And during his career he is averaging more than 1,200 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns per season. He has been selected to the Pro Bowl in all five of his NFL seasons, and has been named to the All-Pro Second Team...
Cincy Jungle Jul 20, 2016

A.J. Green ready to be more vocal leader for Bengals

As big of a performer as A.J. Green has been with his on-field play, his vocal leadership is something he's ready to improve. As important as Green is, it's time he took on a bigger leadership role. Actions speak louder than words, but sometimes, words need to be loudly as well. For A.J. Green, he's spent most of his career letting his play do the talking, and with good reason. He currently ranks No. 6 in catches (415), No. 5 in yards (6,171) and is No. 4 in touchdowns (45) in Bengals franchise history. Last season, Green caught 86 passes for 1,297 yards and 10 scores, the fifth straight...
Cincy Jungle Jul 17, 2016

A.J. Green in elite tier of NFL fantasy football players for 2016

A.J. Green should be right there near the top when you need a wide receiver in fantasy football after being so-so a lot in 2015. It won't be long until we're all hitting the 'draft' button in our fantasy football leagues. When it comes time to take a wide receiver, there's no question A.J. Green should be at or near the top of the list for guys you want to hit 'draft' for. The Bengals' Pro Bowl receiver is easily one of the best pass-catchers in the game, not to mention someone who's routinely rewarded those who've had him on their fantasy team. That's why NFL.com's Matt Harmon, also...
Cincy Jungle Jul 17, 2016

Top 5 Bengals tackles from the last 20 years

The Bengals have delivered crushing hits in modern times, but none better than these. The Bengals have had some great plays over the years. For the most part, they have fielded offensive teams that like to create drama by scoring in spectacular ways, such as Giovani Bernard's shifty touchdown run against the Miami Dolphins in 2013 or Peter Warrick's 77-yard touchdown catch against the Chiefs in 2003 to secure one of the most memorable victories in Bengals history. But, there have been some spectacular defensive plays over the years too. In particular, the Bengals have put together some...
Cincy Jungle Jul 17, 2016

More proof Bengals winning the offseason

The Bengals have been as good as just about any team in the NFL when it comes to not only re-signing their own, but also not committing lots of guaranteed money that can come back and hamstring the team later on. Winning on the football field is never easy, but neither is winning off of it. As we've seen this offseason, no team scores a perfect record when it comes to re-signing their own over the long term. Even when teams like the Bengals desperately work to re-sign guys like Marvin Jones, it's simply not always going to work out. The Bengals' fears came true this offseason as...
Cincy Jungle Jul 17, 2016

Bengals Bytes (7/17): Why not?

Making a case for the Bengals as a Super Bowl contender. A recap of the Steelers offseason. Taking a look back at one of the biggest draft wiffs of all time. Why Not the Bengals?Training camp begins in just a few weeks. After looking at the AFC, I think the Bengals have as good a shot as anyone to make a Super Bowl run. In fact, they might even be the favorites. I explain why below. AFC North Bytes Cleveland Browns players to watch at each positionHere are the players to watch at each position for the Browns. Ravens under the microscope: Best, worst case for RB Buck AllenAs we count down...
Cincy Jungle Jul 12, 2016

A.J. Green makes Forbes list of 100 highest-paid celebrities

A.J. Green was the lone Bengal to make the list of Forbes' 100 highest-paid celebrities of the past year. There actually aren't many football players on the list. Green is an appropriate name for A.J. Green. Prior to the start of the 2015 season, Green signed a four-year, $60-million extension with the Bengals, keeping the All-Pro receiver under contract until he's 31-years-old. Over those four new years added onto Green's contract, he'll earn an average of $15 million annually, which is currently the highest of any NFL wide receiver, according to Spotrac. That deal also included a $15...
Cincy Jungle Jul 12, 2016

Chad Johnson to coach Browns WRs during training camp, Bengals not letting him in locker room

This is an interesting turn of events. It seems like just yesterday that Chad Johnson was dominating the gridiron as he became one of the NFL's elite receivers. Much of it came during his 10-year career with the Bengals, but boy did his career fall hard and fast. After a failed stint with the Patriots, Johnson didn't even make it out of training camp with the Dolphins before being cut. A big reason why was his arrest for a domestic violence incident. Since then, Johnson endured a failed stint in the CFL and now, he'd like a chance to coach in the NFL using all the experience he gained...
Cincy Jungle Jul 12, 2016

90-in-90 Bengals Roster Breakdown: Get to know Michael Bennett, the latest Dawg in Cincy

Michael Bennett once was on a path that seemed destined to take him to the NFL. The road got a bit rocky, but now he has a chance to make his NFL dreams a reality with the Bengals. It's no secret the Georgia Bulldogs have a strong pipeline in Cincinnati. Former Dawgs receiver Michael Bennett is hoping that helps his chances of cracking the Bengals' 53-man roster in 2016, but college aside, he's in a good position to do so just by playing the position he does. It's also no secret Cincinnati has a lot of questions at receiver heading into training camp, so this may be the best shot at making...
Cincy Jungle Jul 12, 2016

John Clayton predicts Bengals will get playoff win by 2019

We agree. Or, at least we hope this happens so much that we're willing ourselves to agree. The Bengals have made it to the playoffs for five straight years and six of the last seven, yet, that's really not enough as they've lost each of those games. Each season, it seems more and more like the drought will end. Yet, it hasn't ended despite January's playoff game against the Steelers seeming all but won with two minutes left on the game clock. Will January 2017 be the Bengals' time to finally win a playoff game? How about January 2018 or January 2019? John Clayton released 30 predictions for...
Cincy Jungle Jul 12, 2016

26 Shirts releases its first Bengals-themed t-shirt

With every 26 Shirts purchase, $8 go to a person in need or charity in the Cincinnati area. You may remember back in April when we introduced you to 26 Shirts, a charitable organization that creates city-specific, sports-related t-shirts every two weeks, that are available for only two-weeks. We've been awaiting a Bengals themed t-shirt from the brand and now, 26 Shirts has finally released its first Bengals-related shirt after weeks of debuting Reds t-shirts. We'll forgive them since it is baseball season, after all! What's great about 26 Shirts is that $8 from each shirt...
Cincy Jungle Jul 12, 2016

Bengals' 2016 schedule starts tough, gets easier

It could be a difficult road this year, but will the Bengals be up to the challenge of making it back to the playoffs in 2016? The 2016 season is going to be an interesting one for the Bengals, to say the least. They set the bar pretty high after finishing the 2015 regular season with a 12-4 record. But, a ton of offseason personnel changes mean that reaching those heights again could be quite a challenge. In many cases, the argument can be made that the Bengals upgraded certain positions and gave the roster a fresh, new look. There were a lot more problems with the old roster than their...
Cincy Jungle Jun 30, 2016

A.J. Green ranks No. 16 on NFL Top 100 Players of 2016 show

A.J. Green has been one of the best receivers the NFL has to offer ever since his rookie season. The Cincinnati Bengals have already had a strong showing on the NFL Top 100 Players show, and that continued this week. With the show down to its final 20 names, the latest and likely final Bengal to make the list was wide receiver A.J. Green, who came in this year ranked No. 16. One of the best in the business.Wide Receiver, AJ Green.#NFLTop100 pic.twitter.com/hBOmx0P55b — NFL Network (@nflnetwork) June 30, 2016 "I practice against him every day. I go to every side he goes to in...

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