Corey Dillon

New England Patriots #0 - Running Back

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Giovani Bernard approaching rookie records

Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard probably won't break the team's rookie records in yards and touchdowns, but he'll be close.

Bengals favored against the Patriots

Who would have thought that the Cincinnati Bengals would be favored against the Patriots after last week's performance against the Cleveland Browns.

Irsay wants 2013 Colts to be like 2004 Patriots


The Colts owner expects his defense to become a "cornerstone" of the franchise.

Best Bengals RT since Super Bowl XXIII


Continuing our series of building the best lineup since the Bengals Super Bowl XXIII game.

Tweetbag: Revisiting The Bengals' Mount Rushmore


One of my followers on Twitter asked me to revisit the popular Bengals Mount Rushmore idea. I dive back into the argument.

Impact Rich Braham Had For The Cincinnati Bengals


It's not often that a player sets the standard at a particular position like Rich Braham did at center.

Who Belongs On Your Bengals Mt. Rushmore?


If the Bengals were to construct their own version of Mt. Rushmore, which four faces would belong?

2013 NFL Draft: Bengals Must Add Pass-Catching RB


The Bengals only targeted running backs 50 times last year, which was third fewest in the league. With the departure of the team's best third down back (Brian Leonard) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,...

2012 Positional Analysis: Running Backs


Part two of our positional season review focuses on the backfield, where Stevan Ridley took the role on No. 1 back and ran with it, literally and figuratively.

Mailbag: The Bengals, Time Travel And Nerd Stuffs


Let's take a look back on some of your thoughts on which Bengals players you'd like to bring to 2013 if you had a time machine. Also, nerd things.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Thankful For Jim Anderson


Even though Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis and former running backs coach Jim Anderson were just together for the 2012 season, Green-Ellis learned a lot from the veteran coach.

Cedric Peerman Makes His Case

With solid showings in the last two games, Cedric Peerman is making his case as the Bengals No. 2 back.

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