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Mailbag: July 8, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Zach Ertz a sleeper pick at tight end? What happened to Will Fuller? Can the Bengals get Joe Mixon rolling? And more. more »

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Andy Richardson: What pass-catching can do

In the comments from the latest mailbag, we were discussing whether running backs who were struggling -- poor yards per attempt, either due to blocking or scheme or whatnot -- could still be quality fantasy backs, due to volume and/or receiving contributions. Here I'll examine what the odds of success are.   more »

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Around the NFL: Joe Mixon

Who's in on Joe Mixon? On the one hand, he burned a lot of teams that selected him a year ago, appearing in only 6 games. On the other hand, those six games were pretty awesome -- he'll outperform his draft position if he's healthy this year.   more »

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May
27

Bengals have perfect attendance at OTAs

The Cincinnati Bengals had full attendance at the team’s initial OTA session earlier this week, including participation from quarterback JOE BURROW and running back JOE MIXON. Both Burrow and Mixon endedMore last season on injured reserve and have been working their way back from respective injuries. Burrow said his left knee is at about 85% fully recovered as he continues toward his goal of returning in time to start the regular season opener. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Around the NFL: Bengals running backs

Toward the end of one of the Experts competitions last week, one participant accidentally had Adrian Peterson autodrafted for him. He asked me to switch that to Samaje Perine, which briefly gave me pause; I had to search my memory for where Perine was employed. He's in Cincinnati, and with Giovani Bernard gone, he looks like Joe Mixon's main backup. Not a bad last-round flier.   more »

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May
6

Bengals OC doesn’t want Mixon to leave the field in 2021

Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan said this week that he does not want to see star running back JOE MIXON leave the field this season. With little depth behind Mixon,More he certainly seems in line for a three-down workload in 2021. Thus far into his career, Mixon has yet to play more than 60 percent of the Bengals’ offensive snaps in a single season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
12

Bengals release RB Bernard

The Cincinnati Bengals have released 29-year-old running back GIOVANI BERNARD. The veteran running back played all eight of his NFL seasons with Cincinnati after being drafted in the second round backMore in 2013. If oft-injured running back JOE MIXON can stay healthy in 2021, he should see an increased workload with Bernard no longer in town. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Mar
29

Bengals could trade RB Bernard

The Cincinnati Bengals have reportedly talked with multiple teams about the possibility of trading veteran running back GIOVANI BERNARD. Moving on from Bernard would save the Bengals more than $4 millionMore against the salary cap but would leave the team without a veteran backup behind oft-injured starter JOE MIXON. With Mixon injured for most of last season, Bernard played all 16 games and started 10 of those games. Unfortunately for fantasy owners, all the playing time did not translate to fantasy success. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Dec
10

Bengals RB Mixon out again but could return this season

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said on Wednesday that running back JOE MIXON will not return to action for Week #14. While the news is disappointing for Mixon’s fantasy owners,More Taylor did provide a glimmer of hope when he said that Mixon could still return before the end of this season. Mixon has been recovering from a foot injury suffered in mid-October. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
26

Bengals RB Bernard in NFL concussion protocol

Cincinnati Bengals running back GIOVANI BERNARD was a surprise absence from Wednesday’s practice after being placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Bernard’s availability for Sunday’s game against the New York GiantsMore is in serious doubt after entering the protocol just a few days before the game. With fellow running back JOE MIXON on injured reserve, the Bengals will likely rely on SAMAJE PERINE and TRAYVEON WILLIAMS if Bernard is also out. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
20

Bengals RB Mixon, WR Higgins miss practice

Cincinnati Bengals running back JOE MIXON missed another practice on Thursday, making it unlikely that he will be available for Sunday’s game against the Washington Football Team. Mixon has only appearedMore in six games this season as he deals with a nagging foot issue. Bengals rookie wide receiver TEE HIGGINS was also a surprise absence from Thursday’s practice due to an “illness”. Fantasy owners should check the status of both players in Friday's practice. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
19

Bengals RB Mixon misses another practice

Cincinnati running back JOE MIXON missed Wednesday’s practice as he continues to work his way back from a foot injury that has kept him out of action for the past month.More Head coach Zac Taylor said that Mixon is still considered day-to-day, much to the dismay of fantasy owners that expected him back by now. On a more positive note, Bengals quarterback JOE BURROW said his injured ankle is fine and he is expected to play this Sunday against the Washington Football Team. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
12

Bengals RB Mixon still limited in practice

Cincinnati Bengals running back JOE MIXON is still dealing with a foot injury as the Bengals prepare for their Week #10 matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Mixon missed the past twoMore games, but fantasy owners were hoping for his return after the Bengals Week #9 bye week. Unfortunately, as of Wednesday’s practice Mixon remained limited to individual work with no team drills. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
2

Bengals RB Bernard fills in nicely for injured Mixon

With Cincinnati running back JOE MIXON sidelined again with a nagging foot injury, the Bengals turned to veteran rusher GIOVANI BERNARD in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Bernard filled in nicely, with a rushing and a receiving touchdown while also leading the Bengals in rushing.

Source: Team Website

Oct
30

Bengals RB Mixon continues to deal with foot injury

Cincinnati Bengals running back JOE MIXON continues to deal with a nagging foot injury that could have him on the sideline for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Mixon has missedMore every practice and the game against Cleveland a week ago, prior to missing practices this week. If Mixon is out again this weekend, veteran GIOVANI BERNARD will lead the backfield for the Bengals. Less

Source: Team Blog

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