Posts Tagged ‘Bernard Scott’

Bengals Gab NFL Week Eight Preview – Cincinnati at Seattle

WHEN THE BENGALS HAVE THE BALL The Cincinnati offense continues to be led by the rookies in Dalton and Green, who hooked up for a touchdown for the fourth time this season last time out, an 11-yard pass in the first quarter. Green (29 receptions), the fourth overall pick of the 2011 draft, leads all […]

RB Scott to Get a Chance Sunday to Show His Stuff in Seattle

Chances for running back Bernard Scott haven’t come often, so the third-year back has to make the most of it when he is on the field. Scott will get a chance to show his stuff this Sunday as he is the expected starter versus the Seahawks while Cedric Benson serves his one-game suspension. The Bengals […]

Bengals-Browns Friday Injury Report

Cincinnati Out: G Otis Hudson (knee), LB Dontay Moch (foot) Doubtful: CB Kelly Jennings (hamstring), S Taylor Mays (knee) Probable: DE Carlos Dunlap (knee), RB Brian Leonard (finger), RB Bernard Scott (hamstring) Cleveland Out: LB Titus Brown (ankle), S Eric Hagg (knee) Doubtful: OT Tony Pashos (ankle) Questionable: DE Chris Gocong (shoulder) Probable: WR Josh […]

Flacco Falters in Cincy ; Ravens Lose to the Bengals 15-10

The Baltimore Ravens lost to the Cincinnati Bengals 15-10 where the low-lights included questionable penalties and an awful day from quarterback Joe Flacco who threw a career high four interceptions. The opening half to this game looked like the same script from Monday night. Turnovers by the offense and the defense holding strong and making the […]

Grading the Bengals Running Backs

As the offseason activity dies down and we roll towards the promise of football again under the approaching summer heat, let us look to the future. Bengals Gab will be looking at each of the individual position groups on the team over the next several days, providing readers with a grade on each and a […]

Late Janikowski FG Boost Raiders Past Bengals 20-17

The Oakland Raiders, by and large, are an unlucky team that happens to be offensively challenged, as well. And as luck would have it, they on Sunday would have to host the Cincinnati Bengals over at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. The Bengals’ rushing attack was better than expected and their run defense stopped the Raiders, for […]

Bengals Hope the Kick Return Game will Be Explosive in 2009

In football, the kick return represents a new beginning. The offense and their fans are able to wipe clean the mistakes of the past and look ahead to the current possession with hope and sometimes desperation. Bengals rookie running back and kick-return candidate, Bernard Scott, knows a thing or two about new beginnings. Scott bounced […]