All Entries Tagged With: "Cincinnati Bengals"

Overcoming a laundry list of injuries, the Packers got standout performances from faces old and new in a come from behind 27-24 victory over...

Why the Packers will beat the Bengals and why they might not. 

Can you hear it? That soft voice beckoning you along with a soft wave that seems to say, “It’s time to come home.”...

The NFL continues the quest to remake itself.

What games and storylines will be most intriguing in 2017?

Garda has a key for you to watch each game not involving the Packers on Wild Card weeked.

Wondering what to do with time spent not watching the Packers? Need a reason to flip channels during commercials? Andrew Garda is here with three games worth keeping an eye on this Sunday.

The sinfgle best game of the weekend - or the one with the most meaning and potentially the most excitement - happens to be one this site will...

The NFL’s Week 4 has kicked off with a sloppy (and badly coached as far as Steelers fans should be concerned) game, but there is a lot better...

Despite interest from the Minnesota Vikings, former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk has agreed to a two-year deal with the Cincinnati...

After being released last week by the Green Bay Packers, linebacker A.J. Hawk is reportedly finding interest on the free-agent market:...

Garda stops flaking and watching college basketball long enough to catch you up to date on his thoughts on the playoffs and the idiocy of changing successful coaches.

Garda is back again with more general NFL discussion. Today he tackles the aftermath of the Massacre in Cincinnati, why it's dangerous to be "all in" on Hoyer, and what should be done with Adrian Peterson now that his court case is settled.

Week 4 is upon us and so is Garda as he talks about how what we thought in preseason was wrong, resets the accident counter and talks about why the Giants suddenly look competent on offense.

Garda is back and he's here to remind you that some good has happened in the NFL in the past week or so, despite the Ray Rice disaster.

The former Packers offensive lineman spent the first four years of his career in Green Bay.

From Adam Caplan of ESPN: OT Marshall Newhouse to visit the #Bengals this week, per source.

The Green Bay Packers let a 16-point second half lead slip away and lost to the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, 34-30.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers earns a rare "cow chip" as part of a Packers 34-30 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

The Packers offensive backfield is thin with Eddie Lacy being listed as questionable and John Kuhn as doubtful on the team's injury report.

We talk to two guests on Friday's episode. First, Kyle Cousineau lets us know about Throwback Weekend and then Jayme Snowden tells us all about Cincinnati.

The veteran cornerback could mirror Green no matter where he lines up on the field, on the perimeter or in the slot.

Josh Sitton, Evan Dietrich-Smith and T.J. Lang will have all they can handle against Geno Atkins and the Bengals defensive line.

Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com says the Bengals could be the Packers' toughest remaining opponent on their 2013 schedule.

The Bengals know how to pressure a quarterback. The Packers offensive line play will be key this Sunday.

The Cincinnati Bengals and Tennessee Titans meet Saturday Night and NFL writer Andrew Garda is here to give you the low-down on what to watch.

NFL writer Andrew Garda gives you the low down on what to look for in the preseason game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Atlanta Falcons.

Garda returns with this week's playoff game breakdowns.

Garda has run the numbers, consulted the crystal ball and read the tea leaves - now check out how the playoffs break down, how teams get in, how they could go home and how home field, byes and seat in front of the TVs shake out.

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