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Bengals 2018 Red Zone Efficiency 3rd-best in NFL in 2018

 

Bengals’ 2018 O excelled in red zone:

The Bengals’ offense last season scored TDs on 32 of its 45 trips to the red zone, good for a 71.1 percentage that ranked third in the NFL. It was the Bengals’ best red-zone ranking at year’s end since the 2013 season, when they ranked second with a 73.9 percentage. Of Cincinnati’s 32 red-zone TDs, 20 came by pass and 12 came via the running game. Five of the passes went to WR Tyler Boyd, five went to WR John Ross III, four went to WR A.J. Green, and three went to TE C.J. Uzomah. TE Tyler Eifert, TE Matt Lengel and HB Joe Mixon each had one TD reception apiece. Mixon also had eight of Cincinnati’s 12 rushing TDs in the red zone, while HB Giovani Bernard had three and QB Jeff Driskel had one. Entering their Week 5 matchup with Miami, Cincinnati had come away with points on an NFL-best 34 consecutive trips to the red zone (25 TDs, nine FGs) dating back to Game 9 of 2017. But an INT on their first red-zone trip vs. Miami ended the streak, which was the team’s longest since 2005-06 (40 straight).

BENGALS 2018 RED-ZONE REPORT OFFENSE

Inside-20 possessions: 45

Total scores: 42 (93.3%)

TDs: 32 (71.1%)

FGs: 10 (22.2%)

TD% rank: 3rd

No scores: 3 (6.7%)

DEFENSE  Inside-20 possessions: 61

Total scores: 57 (93.4%)

TDs: 39 (63.9%)   FGs: 18 (29.5%)

TD% rank: 25th

No scores: 4 (6.6%)

 

FROM MEDIA NOTES; COURTESY BENGALS MEDIA RELATIONS