Aug 8, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) stretches before the game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

Gameday Facts projects Bengals to go 9-7, finish 2nd in AFC North

via Gameday Facts:

Projected Records: Steelers 10-6, Bengals 9-7, Ravens 8-8, Browns 6-10.


We have gotten a clearer glimpse into the Bengals preseason this year through the Hard Knocks HBO series.  The offense is looking to improve behind a young, developing quarterback in Andy Dalton.  Expect AJ Green to continue to carry the wide receiving corps and for newcomer Gio Bernard to breakout at running back.

The Bengals have added veteran James Harrison at linebacker.  Harrison adds depth to an already formidable pass rush that includes two-time all-pro Geno Atkins.  Cincinnati was a solid defense last season and additions to this defense will likely make them even better.  As long as the offense holds up its side of the bargain, the Bengals will surely contend for the division title.

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  • whodey

    how do they figure that shittsburgh is going to finish 10-6? They are riddled with injuries at almost every position, including Bell and Jones now. Not to mention they are aging quite a bit on defense, and polomalu isn’t nearly as effective as he was a few years back. No way will they be division champs. I know anything is possible in the NFL, which makes it the one of the most exciting sports in the world, but I have full faith and confidence that Cincy takes the division crown this year and proves to the league that we are going to be a team in the lime light for the next few years. WHO DEY!!!