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  • Ravens' offensive additions working well in Gary Kubiak's system

    Ravens' offensive additions working well in Gary Kubiak's system
    When the Ravens signed three free agents in the offseason to boost their offense, only the acquisition of veteran receiver Steve Smith seemed to create a buzz around town. After six games, all three additions and center Jeremy Zuttah have had a...
  • Bengals, Panthers play to 37-37 tie

    Bengals, Panthers play to 37-37 tie
    CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers shared an empty feeling after Sunday's game at Paul Brown Stadium, in which neither team won or lost. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis called it "a missed opportunity." Panthers coach Ron Rivera...
  • AFC North notebook: After blowout loss, Bengals look to regroup at home

    AFC North notebook: After blowout loss, Bengals look to regroup at home
    The Cincinnati Bengals ran into a buzz saw named Tom Brady last Sunday night during an ugly loss to the New England Patriots. The 43-17 blowout raised questions about the Bengals' ability to defend elite offenses without injured Pro Bowl linebacker...
  • Week 2: Brad Biggs' NFL power rankings

     Week 2: Brad Biggs' NFL power rankings
    Last week in parenthesis. 1. Seahawks 1-0 (1): If you needed a statement on their resolve to repeat as champions, it was delivered at the Packers' expense. 2. Broncos 1-0 (2): DeMarcus Ware looked healthy and energized and that wasn't always the...
  • Ravens bracing for dynamic Bengals running back Giovani Bernard

    Ravens bracing for dynamic Bengals running back Giovani Bernard
    The Ravens' defense saw firsthand how dangerous and elusive Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard can be in the open field last season. As a rookie last season, Bernard accelerated into the end zone on an 18-yard screen pass during the Ravens'...
  • Ravens own different attitude leading up to season opener

    Ravens own different attitude leading up to season opener
    Terrell Suggs remembered last offseason going by like a blur. There was the parade and various celebrations and appearances. The trip to the White House and the Super Bowl XLVII ring ceremony were in early June and about six weeks later, the Ravens were...
  • NFL 2014 preview: Bengals will take top honors in AFC North

    The Bengals will continue to sit on top of the AFC North, but they'll be eager to make more noise in the playoffs after last season's early exit. The Steelers will finish ahead of the Ravens and the offensively challenged Browns could find it difficult...
  • AFC team-by-team preview

    AFC team-by-team preview
    New England Patriots 2013: 12-4, first. Last in playoffs: 2013. They're going all the way: TE Rob Gronkowski is (almost) back — he's still favoring his recovering right knee and is said to be 50-50 for the opener against the Dolphins....
  • Gary Kubiak brings success against Bengals, AFC North to Ravens

    Gary Kubiak brings success against Bengals, AFC North to Ravens
    Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak said Thursday that he’s dealing with Week 1 nerves just like his players are, but if there was ever a team he wouldn’t mind breaking in his new offense against, the Cincinnati Bengals might be it....
  • Jeff Zrebiec's scouting report for the Ravens-Bengals season opener

    Jeff Zrebiec's scouting report for the Ravens-Bengals season opener
    PASSING RAVENS: This will be Joe Flacco's 13th game against the Bengals, but the quarterback will present Cincinnati with a different look. In Gary Kubiak's offense, Flacco will use more play-action and try to get the ball out quicker. It should help...
  • Bengals put their offense in Hue Jackson's hands

    The Cincinnati Bengals have been frustrated by flameouts in the first round of the NFL playoffs three years in a row, mainly due to a sputtering offense. When offensive coordinator Jay Gruden left to become head coach of the Washington Redskins, the...