Hue Jackson

Open Field
Andy Dalton Still Hasn’t Earned His Stripes
Andy Dalton Still Hasn’t Earned His Stripes
It’s hard to pin the Bengals’ wild-card loss on their quarterback, but Dalton did little to win the game as his postseason record dropped to 0-4. As fans grow even more restless, coaches and teammates are quick to his defense
By Robert Klemko
Game Plan
Cincy’s Goal: ‘Exorcise the Elephant in the Room’
Cincy's Goal: 'Exorcise the Elephant in the Room'
Andy Dalton and the Bengals have played on three straight wild-card weekends, and lost every time. Opportunity No. 4 comes Sunday. A Cincinnati coach talks about all the pressure. Plus, another spotlight player and 10 more things to watch
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Bengals Preview: New Staff, Same Stars
Bengals Preview: New Staff, Same Stars
After three straight playoff appearances, the Bengals lost their offensive and defensive coordinators to head coaching jobs. But adjusting to a new staff is secondary to the development of their young players, specifically QB Andy Dalton
By Andy Benoit
Training Camp 2014
Bengals Report: Ready to Take the Next Step
Bengals Report: Ready to Take the Next Step
Now a big-money QB, Andy Dalton must finally deliver wins in the postseason. But simply getting there is no gimme in the tough AFC North
On Further Review
It’s All on Andy … and Hue
It’s All on Andy … and Hue
Andy Dalton got one monkey off his back—a contract—but he still has to get another: a playoff win. Enter Hue Jackson, Cincy's new offensive boss and the man charged with getting the QB to perform in January. Plus, reader email
By Peter King
Open Field
Cincy’s Secret Weapon
Cincy’s Secret Weapon
Giovani Bernard can do it all: carry, catch and, most critically, pass-block. But for the Bengals to advance in the playoffs for the first time since before he was born, he’ll have to power through the rookie wall
By Robert Klemko