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The Flying Pigskin Show | Cincinnati Bengals Podcast

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WCPO takes you everywhere except into the huddle on this Cincinnati Bengals podcast. Host Tanya O’Rourke talks Bengals football with journalists, bloggers, radio hosts and Bengals fans. Hear from Bengals players, coaches and team personnel and hear analysis from Bengals experts.
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Despite Andy Dalton leading the Cincinnati Bengals for a 23-point fourth-quarter comeback to tie the game and force overtime in Miami on Sunday, the Dolphins ultimately won the game 35-38. The loss ensures the Bengals will have the first overall draft pick in the 2020.WCPO sports director John Popovich is joined by Craft Brewed Sports podcaster Scott Kyser to discuss the loss in Miami, the questionable futures of both Andy Dalton and A.J. Green, and share their thoughts on the Bengals draft options. 
We discuss the unsurprising Bengals loss to the Patriots, as well as Dalton's struggles, Mixon's successes, and the likelihood of the Bengals receiving the first overall draft pick.
Andy Dalton returned as the Cincinnati Bengals starting quarterback and led the team to finally find first victory of the season with a 22-6 win over the New York Jets.WCPO sports director John Popovich and podcaster Scott Kyser joined WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke to discuss the Bengals' first win, Andy Dalton's redemption, and possible draft scenarios. 
The Cincinnati Bengals went 0-11 for the first time in franchise history with a 16-10 loss to rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Bengals previously went 0-10 in 1993 under Dave Shula. WCPO sports director John Popovich is joined by podcaster Scott Kyser to discuss the Bengals' historic loss, along with rookie quarterback Ryan Finley's struggles, and the debatable idea of "playing for the draft."
The 0-10 Cincinnati Bengals tied Dave Shula's 1993 team for worst start in franchise history in Sunday's 10-17 loss to the Oakland Raiders.Bengals fan and podcast host Tanya O'Rourke is joined by WCPO sport director John Popovich and podcaster Scott Kyser. The group discusses Finley's failures, Tate's injury, Mixon's TD moment, and the Kaepernick rumor mill as they reflect on another Bengals loss.
Despite a bye week and a quarterback change, the Cincinnati Bengals failed to find their first win in a 49-13 blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Rookie quarterback Ryan Finley threw for 167 yards and one touchdown in his debut, but his performance was overshadowed by his two red zone turnovers. Instead, it was Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson who made headlines, delivering the best performance of a quarterback this season thanks to a weak Bengals defense. Host Tanya O'Rourke is joined by WCPO sports director John Popovich and podcaster Scott Kyser to discuss Finley's disappointing debut, Jackson's theatrics, A.J. Green's questionable status and the sinking ship that is the Bengals.
Dalton benched!

Dalton benched!


Cincinnati Bengals coach Zac Taylor announced that rookie quarterback Ryan Finley will start over veteran Andy Dalton after the Bengals lost their eighth straight game. Their 0-8 start is the team's worst start since 2008. Host Tanya O'Rourke is joined by WCPO sports director John Popovich and WCPO sports photographer Philip Lee to discuss the announcement, possibilities with Finley, the lack of movement before the trade deadline, and the fan's outlook on the team.
The Cincinnati Bengals fall to 0-7 after a 27-17 loss to Jacksonville in a game that WCPO sports directer John Popovich describes as "old and ordinary."Popovich is joined by WCPO sports photographer Philip Lee to discuss another Bengals loss, rushing weaknesses, and a budding Dalton/Finley quarterback controversy.The duo then look ahead to next week when the Bengals face the Los Angeles Rams in Londan, England. 
The Cincinnati Bengals fell to 0-6, the team's worst start since going 0-8 in 2008, after a 23-17 loss in Baltimore. It's a rough season for the Bengals, but misery loves company.WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke is joined by WCPO sport director John Popovich and podcaster Scott Kyser to discuss the Bengals' shortcomings and the lack of accountability from owner Mike Brown, as well as search for progress in the struggling team.Later, the gang looks ahead to next week when the Bengals face the Jacksonville Jaguars at home and have hope that a W may come soon.
Andy Dalton led the Cincinnati Bengals to score two fourth-quarter touchdowns and tie the Arizona Cardinals 23-23 with two minutes left on the game. But the would-be comeback fizzled as Arizona kick a game-winning field goal as time expired.The loss takes the team to 0-5, and leaves Bengals fans frustrated.Actor, director and Bengals fan Chad Lowe joins host Tanya O'Rourke and podcaster Scott Kyser on the Flying Pigskin podcast to vent his concerns about the winless Bengals.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was sacked a career-high eight times in an embarrassing beatdown by the Steelers in Pittsburgh on Monday Night Football. The 27-3 loss puts the Bengals at 0-4 for the first time since 2008Former Steelers running back Merril Hoge joins host Tanya O'Rourke, WCPO sports anchor Keenan Singleton, and Craft Brewed Sports podcast host Scott Kyser to break down the beatdown and discuss solutions for this struggling Bengals team.The group then looks ahead to next week when the Bengals face the winless Arizona Cardinals at home.
We discuss the loss in Buffalo, the Bengals offensive struggles, and wonder if the team might just be better on the road than at home.Then we look ahead to next week when the win-less Bengals head to Pittsburgh to battle the win-less Steelers on Monday Night Football.
"Horrible, tragic, indefensible;" that's how host Tanya O'Rourke describes the Cincinnati Bengals blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers this week on the Flying Pigskin podcast. It was horrible indeed as the Bengals offense managed only 25 yards rushing while the Bengals defense allowed 49ers rushers 259 yards (572 yards overall).O'Rourke is joined by WCPO sports photographer Philip Lee and podcaster Scott Kyser to breakdown the game, vent their frustrations, and look ahead to next week when the Bengals face the Bills in Buffalo. 
Andy Dalton threw for a career-high 418 yards in the Cincinnati Bengals' season debut on Sunday in Seattle, but it wasn't enough to earn the win.But the Bengals put up a good fight, losing by a single point (21-20) in a game that was predicted to be all Seahawks. The Bengals' aggressive offense marked the end of the Marvin Lewis era and ushered in a new era under first-year head coach Zac Taylor.WCPO sports anchor John Popovich is joined by WCPO photographer Philip Lee and Craft Brewed Sports' Scott Kyser to discuss the debut of the Taylor-led Bengals, take a look around the AFC North and preview the Bengals' week two matchup at home against the San Francisco 49ers.
New season, new coach, new hopes ...The Cincinnati Bengals' first-year head coach Zac Taylor joins the Flying Pigskin podcast to discuss preparing for the 2019 season, roster cuts, the offensive line, and more.Commenting on A.J. Green's injury status, Taylor said, "I tell him every day, 'You're A.J. Green, just use your superpowers to heal yourself.'"
With their first-round draft pick, the Cincinnati Bengals set the tone for their 2019 season by selecting Alabama tackle Jonah Williams. WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke joined sports director John Popovich and sports podcaster Scott Kyser to assess the Cincinnati Bengals' 2019 draft class. Later, WCPO reporter Keenan Singleton sat down with Jonah Williams to discuss perfectionism, respect and rookie work ethic.FULL BENGALS DRAFT COVERAGE:Bengals draft Alabama offensive tackle Jonah Williams with No. 11 pickBengals draft Washington tight end Drew Sample to support running gameHere's who the Bengals selected in the 2019 NFL draftJonah Williams appears to be Bengals' new Incredible HulkBengals finally draft quarterback, trade up for Ryan Finley in fourth roundAnalysis: Bengals draft for smash, not flash
Former Moeller head football coach Doug Rosfeld joins WCPO's Mike Dyer to discuss his decision to leave his alma mater and accept the director of coaching operations position with the Cincinnati Bengals.He also discusses his duties with the Bengals and how the team is preparing for the combine and the draft.
The Cincinnati Bengals officially confirmed the rumors on Monday that Zac Taylor will be the team's next head coach.Host Tanya O'Rourke is joined by Scott Kyser and John Popovich to discuss first impressions of Coach Taylor, his minimal resume, his philosophies and more. Popovich reports that coach Taylor thinks Andy Dalton is a "great fit for what he does."RELATED:With Zac Taylor, Bengals (finally) look toward the futurePlaylist: Welcome to the Jungle, Zac TaylorCan Taylor light a fire under Bengals offense?With wait over, Bengals hire Zac Taylor as coach
Is Zac Taylor a good match for the Bengals? Sources tell our sports team the current L.A. Rams QB coach will be named Cincinnati’s next head coach after the team’s postseason run.Vince Suriano, who’s coached with Taylor in the past, joins WCPO reporter Mike Dyer to talk about what his hiring could mean for the Bengals in 2019.
The Cincinnati Bengals announced Monday that head coach Marvin Lewis would be leaving the team after 16 seasons. The Bengals ended their season 6-10 with a loss in Pittsburgh on Sunday.Host John Popovich is joined by Scott Kyser and Tanya O'Rourke to discuss Lewis's departure, his legacy, and who might replace him as Bengals head coach. "I have great admiration for Marvin Lewis cause I knew what this organization was before he came here," John Popovich said.RELATED:'Nothing but respect:' Players react to Marvin Lewis' departure from BengalsWho might become the Cincinnati Bengals' next head coach? Here are some names to considerThe optimistic highs and memorable lows of Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati'I didn't deliver:' Marvin Lewis out as Bengals head coach
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