Bengals Break: Reds Fall, Elliott Heisman Favorite


The Reds continue to struggle, Ezekiel Elliott favorite in Heisman race before season starts, and much more. is Fansided’s premier site for everything Bengals

Five Vital Bengals For Two Point Conversions: The new extra point rules have changed the thought process of most NFL teams on how to approach the extra point. With the two point conversion set to come into play more than ever before, here are the five Bengals who will make the biggest difference.

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Reds Recap: Padres Beat Reds: The Cincinnati Reds continue to struggle to find consecutive wins as they fall to the San Diego Padres on Friday. The Reds introduced a new starting pitcher to the rotation in Jon Moscot. How did Moscot fair and what happened? Check out Tyler’s recap.

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Jon Moscot Called Up, Iglesias to DL: The Cincinnati Reds were left with a decision after the Raisel Iglesias came down with an oblique strain. Jon Moscot was a prospect that many started to become excited about with his numbers in AAA Louisville. He made his first start against the Padres on Friday.

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Top Five Worst Moments In Bearcats Football’s 2014 Season: We have seen the best of the Bearcats 2014 season and now is the worst of the 2014 season. Although the Bearcats have shown strong promise, they still had some faults. Check out what Chris had to say were the top five worst moments of last season.

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Ezekiel Elliott Favorite To Win 2015 Heisman Trophy: Las Vegas Sports Book has listed the Ohio State Buckeyes’ top running back, Ezekiel Elliott as the favorite to take the top award in NCAA Football. See who he is beating out for the top spot and what his odds are to win. is property of the Fansided Network

Columbus Blue Jackets Still Have Shot At Reilly: Mike Reilly was drafted by the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2011 but after four years of not signing and becoming an official unrestricted free agent, the Blue Jackets may have a shot at retaining the defenseman. Will he be welcomed with open arms if he does sign with the team, or will there be resentment  either way?

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