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Cincy Jungle May 26, 2016

Carlos Dunlap, Andrew Whitworth named by peers among NFL Top 100 Players of 2016

Andrew Whitworth is still one of the NFL's best tackles. As The NFL Top 100 Players show continues on, the Cincinnati Bengals are finally making an appearance. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap, fresh off of his first Pro Bowl berth this past season, was voted by his peers as the 70th-best player in the league. Dunlap wasn't alone though as the show had a second Bengal make the list this week of players ranked from 70-61. "He’s a freak of nature."Pro Bowler.2015 Top 5 in sacks in the NFL.@Carlos_Dunlap.Number 70. #NFLTop100 pic.twitter.com/DQYbmXCRwG — NFL Network (@nflnetwork) May 26,...
Cincy Jungle May 19, 2016

Bengals offensive line among skinniest in NFL

A recent report shows that the Bengals come up toward the bottom of the NFL when looking at average weight per player. What does this mean for their ability to compete? Meeting a Bengals' offensive lineman is an interesting experience for those of us who don't quite measure up to Andrew Whitworth at 6-foot-7 and 330 pounds. One of the last adjectives that many of us would use to describe any member of a group of players that look like him would be 'small'. Then again, the NFL has some pretty crazy standards for the size of their offensive linemen. To be fair, Whitworth is bigger than most...
Cincy Jungle May 13, 2016

Assessing the value Bengals got in Drafting Tyler Boyd

You'd be surprised just how solid of a pick Tyler Boyd was in Round 2 in terms of value. 2016 was regarded as having one of the weaker wide receiver Draft classes in recent memory, and it didn't help that the Bengals were unable to land a first-round talent here. Well, that depends on your definition of first-round ability, as Tyler Boyd was widely viewed a Round 1 prospect during his first two collegiate seasons while shattering record after record with the Pittsburgh Panthers. However, an offseason DUI arrest in 2015 coupled with a drop in production in Pitt's more run-focused offense...
Cincy Jungle May 13, 2016

Andrew Whitworth continues to prove he's awesome

Andrew Whitworth is known as a great guy on the Bengals' roster, but this is definitely one of the coolest things he's done. Andrew Whitworth continually shows why he's awesome. He's been one of the best offensive linemen on the Bengals' roster for years as well as one of the most vocal leaders in the locker room, keeping the team on track through rebuilds, primetime struggles, and seemingly endless playoff losses. But, it's what he did for a group of teenagers a few weeks ago that now has everyone talking. Big Whit was out having dinner at J. Alexander's in Norwood when he noticed a group...
Cincy Jungle May 13, 2016

Cody Core impressing Bengals' coaching staff every step of the way

Playing second banana to one of the top receiver prospects in the nation usually isn't great for a player's draft stock. But, Cody Core was impressive enough to catch the eye of James Urban and the Bengals' coaching staff. Sharing receiving duties with Laquon Treadwell isn't exactly the best way to showcase your talent and value to NFL teams going into the draft. The dynamic Ole Miss receiver caught the ball 82 times for 1,153 yards in his senior season at Ole Miss and became the No. 23 overall pick, going to the Minnesota Vikings. A lot of that had to do with the fact that he was too...
Cincy Jungle May 13, 2016

Dy'Shawn Mobley looking to prove dependability in Cincinnati

We spoke with new Bengals running back, Dy'Shawn Mobley who signed with the Bengals following the 2016 NFL Draft. The EKU product, by way of UK is ready to show the Bengals what he's capable of. Dy'Shawn Mobley has spent the last four years in the state of Kentucky and he won't be far away this spring and summer as he competes for a spot on the Bengals' 2016 roster. Mobley spent two years at University of Kentucky playing in all 12 games during his freshman year in 2012 as a backup. He rushed 41 times, recording 184 yards, a 4.5 yard per carry average. In 2013, he improved to 43 attempts...
Cincy Jungle May 13, 2016

NFL.com's Adam Rank predicts Bengals to be "4-12 bad" in 2016

Despite having zero losing seasons in the Dalton-Green era, NFL.com analyst Adam Rank predicts the Bengals to be "4-12 bad" in the 2016 NFL season. The Bengals have had a pretty impressive run since 2011, despite having essentially gone through a mini rebuild after an abysmal 2010 season. That run includes five straight winning seasons backed up by five straight playoff appearances, although notably zero playoff wins in that time span. The lack of postseason success has been a consistent issue that tends to keep most NFL analysts hesitant to believe in the Bengals too much, despite a very...
Cincy Jungle May 11, 2016

A.J. Green and Andrew Whitworth make PFF top 101 NFL players

A.J. Green and Andrew Whitworth were easy additions to the list as they continue to be among the NFL's best at their respective positions. Pro Football Focus is continuing its countdown of the NFL's 101 best players from the 2015 season. Earlier in the week, we learned that Tyler Eifert and Adam Jones made the list, ranked between the 76th and 101st best players. Now, the two latest Bengals to make the list are wide receiver A.J. Green and offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, both of whom made the top 41. The top 25 players will be announced tomorrow. You would think defensive tackle Geno...

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