2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
5-2, 1st in AFC North
7h

Hour 2: Burrow or Herbert?

ESPN (Senior?) NFL Front Office Insider Mike Tannenbaum joins the guys for the hour. If you could start a franchise with one of the QB's drafted since 2018 who would it be? How likely is it that Deshaun Watson gets traded before the NFL Trade Deadline? Plus, Matt Nagy might officially be on the hot seat in Chicago.

Why the Bengals made the biggest leap in the NFL Power Rankings (0:45)
14h
1d

Hour 4: Why You Always Lion?

Jared Goff came up short against the Rams. Max thinks that Sean McVay feels bad for Goff. Also, Key wonders if Bucs OC Byron Leftwich would want to coach in college at a school like LSU or USC. Plus, Pro Football Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz stops by to talk about how good Burrow & Chase are.

Rex: Joe Burrow reminds me of Tom Brady in every way (1:20)
7h
1d

Hour 1: Chasing Greatness

Is Ja'Marr Chase the front runner to win Rookie of the Year at this point? Keyshawn is still not sold that the Bengals shouldn't have taken an offensive lineman. Also, what will the 49ers do at QB moving forward? Plus, the guys go No Huddle on the biggest stories of the NFL week, including why Key doesn't think the Cardinals will make the Super Bowl!

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Joe Burrow is only the 12th quarterback since the merger to pass for multiple touchdowns in each of his team's first seven games of a season.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

C.J. Uzomah has 64.7 PPR fantasy points the past four weeks combined, third-best among tight ends, but -- and we still have Week 7 games to play -- 16 other tight ends have more than his 14 targets during that time span.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Ja'Marr Chase's 146.2 PPR fantasy points through seven games are the most by any wide receiver through that many career games since at least 1950.

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Burrow, Chase help Bengals author statement win

Quarterback Joe Burrow and wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase led a historic offensive day for Cincinnati, as the Bengals blasted the Ravens Sunday in Baltimore and earned a share of first place in the AFC North.

Burrow dominates Ravens with 3 TD passes (1:24)
2d
Perine ices game with 46-yard rushing TD (0:21)
2d
Mixon breaks through Ravens' defense for 21-yard TD (0:22)
2d
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6dBen Baby

Burrow still on voice rest ahead of Ravens game

For the second straight week, Joe Burrow did not participate in his Wednesday media availability due to lingering effects of a throat contusion. Doctors advised the Bengals QB to stay on voice rest, though he's still expected to play Sunday at Baltimore.

Team Stats

Passing Yards262.712th
Rushing Yards106.917th
Points For27.07th
Points Against18.35th