Data Scout Notes: 2013: 2ndC/1stM...TSX-PTW...04-30-13 - Off-field, Suspended indefinitely...2012: NA
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11/22/15 - RB Jeremy Hill ended up being the Bengals' leading rusher with 45 yards on 13 carries, an average of 3.5 yards per run. "They played it well," OL Andrew Whitworth said of the Cardinals. "They do great job against that. I think we got in some situations in the second half where we just had to abandon it."
10/12/15 - RB Jeremy Hill, coming off a season in which he rushed for more than 1,100 yards and nine TDs, remains an enigma. A couple early fumbles and plenty of other weapons on offense including backfield mate Gio Bernard have relegated the LSU product to the supporting cast. Hill rushed for just 13 yards on eight carries on Sunday for an average of 1.6 yards. The elusive Bernard is an effective pass-catcher, but at some point the Bengals are going to need Hill's bruising style to gain tough yards in a close game.
10/04/15 - RB Jeremy Hill had a rough couple of weeks with a pair of fumbles against San Diego and limited playing time in last week's victory at Baltimore. But, with quarterback Andy Dalton in his ear throughout the game, Hill produced 40 hard-earned yards on nine carries and three TDs. "Andy was in my ear the whole time," Hill said. "Telling me 'you're washed up' or 'sophomore slump.' It's a team effort. People wanted to crucify me. I can't pay attention to all that stuff."
09/30/15 - RB Jeremy Hill's status as the Bengals' starting tailback was reaffirmed by offensive coordinator Hue Jackson this week despite Hill being sidelined for a portion of the past two weeks, first due to a pair of fumbles in a win over San Diego and then following a subpar third quarter on Sunday at Baltimore. Hill is averaging just three yards per carry through three weeks. But Jackson said he's not concerned about the slow start.
09/29/15 - RB Jeremy Hill was the Bengals' big-play back last season rushing for more than 1,100 yards and nine TDs while averaging 5.1 yards per carry. But, last week he was benched following a pair of critical fumbles in a win over San Diego and on Sunday looked tentative in rushing for just 21 yards on 12 carries. Offensive coordinator Hue Jackson told the Cincinnati Enquirer that Hill will remain a starter this week. The Bengals need Hill's physical presence and big-play ability, otherwise opposing defenses will make things more difficult for Andy Dalton and the offense.