The Cincinnati Bengals have rebounded nicely from an ugly season-opening defeat.
Backed by a potent offense and improving defense, the Bengals look for a fourth consecutive victory when they host the hard-luck Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Coming off a 9-7 playoff season, Cincinnati (3-1) opened this year with an embarrassing 44-13 loss at Baltimore. However, that defeat might have lit a fire under the Bengals, who have averaged 33.0 points during a three-game winning streak that included ...
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