What the Bengals’ new, cheaper ‘cupping’ process is like

It is not a new idea.

Coaches and players have been doing it for decades, with the NFL starting with a similar move back in the early 2000s.

Now, Cincinnati is pushing its new cupping system even further, using a more efficient, environmentally friendly process that does not rely on costly metal equipment to produce metal.

This year’s Cincinnati Bengals football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is being played at Joe Louis Stadium.

The new, less expensive version of the cupping method was first introduced in late 2018.

The Bengals are still trying to get a permit to build a $50 million new facility for the team in Cincinnati.

The team also plans to start using the Cupping Method at the start of the 2019 season.

“We are not trying to push it as a ‘Cupping’ method.

It is more of a process that uses less metal and is cheaper,” Bengals defensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said.

“The process can be done on a small scale, so we’re not going to be limited by metal production.”

In Cincinnati, the new process uses a vacuum pump to remove the metal from the mold.

It also uses a high-temperature water bath to sterilize the mold to remove harmful bacteria.

“We’re using the same process as the ones used in our other facilities in the United States, and we’re using it for this one,” McDaniel said.

Cupping is the process of grinding a material by grinding and polishing the surface of it with a grinding blade, a metal hammer, and an abrasive called a mallet.

The process also requires a small amount of water and a vacuum.

The water is added to the mold and the mallet is pushed into the mold, which is then removed with a suction machine.

The Cincinnati Bengals played the Philadelphia Eagles on Aug. 11, 2019, during their preseason game.

This photo provided by the Cincinnati Bengals on Aug 11, 2018, shows the new ‘cupped’ football field at Joe Ladd Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.

(Photo: Andrew Weber, AP)A new Cupping processThe Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers are working with a team in Ohio to develop a new method of manufacturing the mold for the new, lower cost, more efficient version of their cupping technique.

The Bengals will use the Pittsburgh milling company, Blue Ribbon Precision Technology, to make the mold at its facility in Cincinnati and then use it to produce the metal in the new version of Cupping.

The new version, called Blue Ribbon Cupping, is the cheapest and most environmentally friendly way to make steel molds.

Blue Ribbon also makes the molding equipment that makes the new Bengals’ version of cupping.

It will be produced by a third-party, independent contractor that is part of the Pittsburgh Steelworkers Local 1 union, according to a press release from the Cincinnati Steelworkers.

The Pittsburgh mill has a proven track record of producing molds for the NFL, including using it to make football helmets for the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

In the press release, the company said it has a long-term contract with the Bengals.