Jason Campbell, QB Cincinnati Bengals

2014 Strength of Schedule - CIN
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
5
@BAL
19
ATL
18
TEN
BYE12
@NE
25
CAR
9
@IND
5
BAL
24
JAX
26
CLE
31
@NO
13
@HOU
30
@TB
4
PIT
26
@CLE
16
DEN
4
@PIT

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2014 Game Stats
WkOppCompAttPaYdsPaTDIntYPAYPCRuAttYdsTDFumYPRSnaps%
1BAL--------------
2ATL--------------
3TEN12-300-1.50-3.000000-8/6113%
4BYE--------------
5NE3545009.0015.000000-5/5210%
6CAR--------------
Totals4742006.0010.5000000.0013/11312%

Most Recent News

Bengals want to run the ball more

Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 1:26pm

ESPN - [Full Article]

Hue Jackson is taking over as offensive coordinator after spending the 2013 season coaching Bengals running backs. In 2010, he was the offensive coordinator in Oakland before getting promoted to head coach in '11. The Bengals signed his quarterback from those two teams, Jason Campbell, last month in part to give Andy Dalton a veteran voice at the position that he hasn't really had throughout his career.

The hallmark of Jackson's Raiders scheme was running, and he has already vowed to do more of that in his new role with the Bengals in an effort of easing the pressure on Dalton.

"You have to have the threat of running the ball and the threat of being a physical unit in order to last for the duration of the season," Jackson said on the radio interview.

Fantasy Impact:

This is good news for Giovani Bernard and not so good news for the fantasy prospects of Dalton, A.J. Green and Marvin Jones. The Bengals were 12th in pass attempts in 2013 and it sounds as if that number (587) is going to drop in 2014.