Brownie Points–By Dr. John Huang

AP Photo/Bryan Woolston (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – With the Cincinnati Bengals, you never know what to expect. A thoroughly deflating 41 – 16 defeat to the Cleveland Browns in the Battle of Ohio convinced the reported 65,451 fans in attendance at Paul Brown Stadium that the Bengals’ early season success was merely

After Bengals’ 2-14 Season–Now What?

By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – The Bengals are ON THE CLOCK! After securing the worst record in the league under first-year coach Zac Taylor, Cincinnati now receives the dubious honor of picking first in the upcoming 2020 NFL draft. A 33-23 victory over the Cleveland Browns (6-10) mercifully put to

Belichick Growls, Grunts, and Groans About Bengals: What he said (and what I think he meant)

photos by Mike Cyrus /  Sports View America By Dr. John Huang (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – When it comes to the New England Patriots, you either love them or hate them. There is NO middle ground. Cincinnati fans found little to love in the Bengals’ 34-13 loss to Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and crew.

The Worst of Times–By Dr. John Huang

photo credit Mike Cyrus (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – Cincinnati’s 26-23 loss to the Arizona Cardinals was downright incriminating—an epic rally from two touchdowns down to tie the score, only to lose it on a last-second field goal. For Bengals fans, it was heartbreak as usual. The Cardinals (1-3-1) outgained Cincinnati 514-370 in