Bengals AM Rundown Tuesday 10/12/2021
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Bengals News (10/12): Chase-ing History

Ja’Marr Chase is now the favorite to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, but he has bigger history to chase, pun intended. - Read More

Davante Adams says these aren’t the same old Bengals

This is a good Bengals team. - Read More

3 things we learned from Bengals vs. Packers

We’ve been celebrating moral victories for too long. - Read More

OPEN THREAD: Monday Night Football

Baltimore - Indy wraps up the fifth week of this NFL season. - Read More

Jessie Bates good to go vs. Detroit, but Trae Waynes is hurt again

Bates got shaken up at the end of Sunday’s game but appears fine for Week 6. - Read More

Trae Waynes suffered hamstring setback, status in doubt for Week 6

Trae Waynes has another hamstring issue as the Bengals prep to play the Lions. - Read More

Ja'Marr Chase joins Randy Moss in history books after amazing start

21-year-old Ja’Marr Chase is on a rookie tear only seen by a Hall of Fame wide receiver. - Read More

Bengals get positive Joe Burrow injury update after hospital trip

An update on Bengals QB Joe Burrow. - Read More

Bengals make roster moves due to injuries, COVID-19 lists after Week 5

Some roster moves for the Bengals, including the temporary loss of a starting offensive lineman. - Read More

Bengals provide injury updates on Joe Burrow, Jessie Bates

Injury updates from the Bengals on key players. - Read More

Updated NFL Power Rankings: Bills are new No. 1, plus the most improved player for every team

Cameron Heyward is playing better than ever in Pittsburgh, Cordarrelle Patterson is hitting new heights in Atlanta and Taylor Heinicke has stepped up in Washington. - Read More

Unlucky No. 13: NFL kickers miss most PATs in single week in Super Bowl era

What do Mason Crosby, Rodrigo Blankenship, Matt Gay and Matt Ammendola have in common? They all missed extra points in Week 5. They aren't alone in their misfortunes, though, as kickers across the league combined to miss a historic 13 PATs -- and 13 FGs. - Read More