Head Coach Marvin Lewis and his staff spent their Thursday evening teaching over 450 women the game of football at Paul Brown Stadium as part of the annual Marvin Lewis Community Fund. Lewis and his staff led the women on tours of various Bengals facilities, and also broke down game film, taught plays, and led demonstrations of football-specific drills he has his players go through.
They’re coming to an event that helps us reward somebody for being a breast cancer survivor and bring recognition to the fight against breast cancer. And they’re getting an opportunity to further their interest in the Cincinnati Bengals. Our turnout continues to grow and there are many ladies who come back year after year after year, and they bring friends with them. We always get it sold out and they have a great time.
The money raised from the event goes to charities focused on children and education.
ESPN’s Jamison Hensly did a breakdown on Andy Dalton and why he’s not the biggest culprit in the Bengals’ disappointing 3-4 start, and how Dalton still has faith he and his teammates can turn this season around:
We have to be mentally tough to handle this. It’s unfortunate that we’ve lost three in a row. We have to be mentally strong enough to handle it and turn things around — and we have the team to do that.
The National football Post’s Matt Bowen did an All-22 film breakdown of last Sunday’s Steelers vs. Bengals game, specifically noting how the Steelers used a “jump” call to defend A.J. Green while limiting him to just one catch for eight yards.