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Andy Benoit’s Midseason All-Pro Team

He didn’t consult stats or advanced metrics. The MMQB’s film-study guru simply relied on his own eyes and expertise to compile this list—and he’s ready for your challenge flags

Lights Out Football

In their never-ending quest to find a winning edge, NFL teams are turning their players on to the most accessible and natural performance-enhancer: a good night’s sleep

Andy Dalton and Bengals Fans: It’s Complicated

Infamously booed by the hometown crowd at the MLB All-Star Game in July, Andy Dalton is winning over even the most skeptical Cincy supporters by his performance during an unbeaten start. What would really seal the deal? That’s obvious

Understanding the Greatness of A.J. Green

The Bengals’ superstar receiver has become close to unstoppable. In our latest Film Room session, Green breaks down the nuances of his game, his chemistry with Andy Dalton, and how he got the best of the Steelers last season

The Week 8 Twitter Mailbag

On Vikings' playoff prospects, the magic number of wins to take the AFC South, and if Ben Roethlisberger's return will lead the Steelers to victory over Bengals. Plus, Peter King revises his Super Bowl prediction

Bengals Fans: ‘Our Best is Yet to Come’

It’s a long way from the hopeless Bungles of the ’90s to four straight playoff appearances and a 5-0 start this year. Cincinnati fans have growing faith in Andy Dalton and in the steady leadership of Marvin Lewis, and cautious optimism that this could be the year. Just don’t ask about Carson Palmer

These Are Not the Same Old Bengals

Peter King breaks down the Bengals undefeated record and the measuring stick victory over the Seahawks. Could this be the year Andy Dalton throws the monkey off his back and wins a playoff game?

Believe in the Bengals

Cincinnati is 5-0 for the first time in Marvin Lewis’s 13-year tenure. Pessimists will still point to the franchise’s recent playoff futility, but the true measure of growth isn’t just wins and losses

Thanks for the Jeers

Bothered by boos in his own city this summer, Andy Dalton has started the 2015 season as one of the NFL’s hottest quarterbacks. Here’s why his success might carry into January. Plus, 10 things to watch in Week 5

A Sleepy Football Sunday

The games were mostly a snooze but we still learned plenty on the third Sunday of the season. Here's why a trio of surprise teams are 3-0, the AFC North might be all but over and the U-word whispers have begun in New England. Plus weekly awards, Monday night preview and 10 things I think

Maximum Eifert

Sidelined by injuries last fall, Tyler Eifert has been feasting on Andy Dalton touchdown passes while igniting the Bengals to a 2-0 start. But nothing compares to his joy of eating steak like a civilized person again​

Window Into the Weekend: Week 1

Peter King's previews three things to watch out for in this weekend's games: Who will lead Atlanta's pass rush? Can Derek Carr and the Raiders upset the Bengals? And who will emerge as Joe Flacco's deep threat answer?