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Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd said the Steelers "gave up" late in Cincinnati's 24-10 win at Heinz Field on Sunday.
With Sunday's win in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati produced the kind of performance that could see them playing meaningful games in December.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Ja'Marr Chase has 56.80 PPR fantasy points through three weeks. That's 14th-most by any wide receiver through that many games to start a career (since 1950).
Aaron Rodgers and Mason Crosby lifted the Packers, the Chiefs couldn't overcome early turnovers, and the Ravens hit a 66-yard kick. Here's what to know for every Week 3 game.
— It's not enough to talk about changing the culture, something Zac Taylor started doing the moment he took over as Cincinnati Bengals head coach more than two years ago.
Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer
Bengals inactives for Week 3 against Pittsburgh: WR Tee Higgins, OL Fred Johnson, OL Xavier Su'a-Filo, CB Trae Waynes, DT Tyler Shelvin, CB Nick McCloud.
Our NFL team reporters have you covered with big-name injury updates entering Week 3.
Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh will be the first of many tests of the team’s quarterback protection overhaul.
Graziano and Fowler's Week 3 buzz, upset picks, fantasy sleepers: The NFL's most impressive players so far
Which players have impressed so far -- and who is under pressure over the next few weeks? Our insiders weigh in, along with upset picks and sneaky fantasy starts for Week 3.
Deebo Samuel is among the top point-getters at receiver, Sam Darnold looks improved and Devin Singletary has stepped it up a notch.
Sunday's defeat showed why Zac Taylor, the head coach, might have to take a hard look at Zac Taylor, the OC.
Week 2 takeaways and big questions: Patriots' big day, Ravens beat Chiefs and a shocker for the Saints
New England and Buffalo dominated, while New Orleans looked out of sorts and Green Bay got back on track. Here's what to know and what it means going forward for every Week 2 game.
— Justin Fields got his first extended look as a pro. And it might be a long-term arrangement.
The Bears' defense rose up in the fourth quarter with three interceptions.
Bears fans see rookie QBs starting elsewhere, so why wait on Fields? But it's not always that simple, as ESPN's Bears and Bengals reporters discuss.
Bengals receiver Tee Higgins said he'll change his jersey number from 85 to 5 after the season in large part because "I don't want to be a 2.0," with it previously being worn by former team star Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
Bengals safety Ricardo Allen will miss at least three weeks with a broken hand and a hamstring strain, per source.
Which teams should be most worried? What opening-week surprises are for real? And which teams are ready for an upset win in Week 2? Our insiders weigh in.
Twelve underdogs covered the spread, the most in Week 1 in the Super Bowl era. The nine underdogs that pulled outright upsets in Week 1 was the most in any week in the past four seasons.
DeVonta Smith found the end zone, Mac Jones showed poise for the Pats, and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka made his mark on the veteran Super Bowl champs.
Cincinnati's second-year quarterback has set a standard for those around him, a clear sign he's stepping into his role as a team leader.
Arizona lit it up on offense, Sam Darnold rolled against his old Jets team and the Bills looked ... off. Here's what to know and what it means going forward for every Week 1 game.
Asked if he wants to be the highest-paid safety in the league, Jessie Bates III declined to comment Monday before he smiled, swiveled out of his chair and finished his news conference.
Ja'Marr Chase had five catches for 101 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals' Week 1 overtime victory over the Vikings, following chatter about his preseason drops.