Showing 1 - 10 of 268 Stories for Cincinnati Bengals
One Team, 25 Years On
In a first-ever comprehensive survey of football's long-term effects on an entire NFL roster, SI polled the former members of the 1986 Bengals, whose physical and psychological conditions a quarter century later range from near complete normalcy to near total disability. But no matter their current hardships, the vast majority say they have no regrets
Catch A Catching Star
Give a listen to Cincinnati's rookie sensation, Cris Collinsworth, who can drop a quote as well as he can grab a pass
Heaven Help Marge Schott
The Reds' owner, long ago reduced to a life of loneliness, has further isolated herself by her spiteful words and witless deeds.
Party of Five
A quintet of strong-armed, agile quarterbacks with tons of ability have risen to prominence in the AFC Central, bringing new life to a position sorely in need of star power
SMASHING THROUGH THE SNOW
The Pittsburgh avalanche rolled on, burying Cincinnati and keeping Steeler hopes alive, but there is tough sledding ahead, in the playoff drive.
X'd, O'd and KO'd
Cincinnati was dazzled by a master of deceit, Bill Walsh, then doomed by a gutty goal-line stand as San Francisco won Super Bowl XVI
The Bengals' bungles
Everything's gone wrong in Cincinnati, and Paul Brown is getting all the blame
Young and the Restless
Steve Young is thriving in San Francisco, but will he ever measure up to Joe Montana in the eyes of 49er fans?
'...But Can He Take A Hit?'
That was the annoying refrain as world-record holder Renaldo Nehemiah tried out the pros—and they him. In the end he chose the 49ers