The Bengals had a 9-point lead with the ball on their 37-yard line with 11:20 to go. At that point, you have to win the game. The Bengals didn’t. They deserved to be punished by a game-winning field goal by the Cowboys’ Dan Bailey at the end.
Some fireworks during play and after the whistle helped the Bengals greet the return of Carson Palmer with a 34-10 win over the Oakland Raiders.
I’ve seen this act before. The Big Tease. It’s almost like the Bengals build you up just to let you down. And it’s been that way for a long time. A very long time. Twenty years.
On “orange out” night at Paul Brown the Bengals reverted to their old colors, losing ugly, 24-17, to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
With their latest vintage performance against the Browns the Bengals reminded everyone of why Bengal fans always look forward to next week…to next year!
The Bengals reverted to some ways of the past, struggling to do much of anything right, and lost to the Miami Dolphins, 17-13.
Big plays. Big mistakes. Big momentum swings. And another big victory for the Cincinnati Bengals.
In Wild-West fashion, the Bengals built a 17-point lead, lost it, built another 14-point advantage in the fourth quarter, and hung on for dear life to deliver head coach Marvin Lewis 38-31 birthday present win Sunday over the Redskins. Read more from Chick Ludwig in today’s PPM inside feature.
After a woeful debut last week in Baltimore the concern was whether the Bengals could correct themselves in just a week. Can a tiger change its stripes? Yes!
Bengals need big contribution from Jeff Faine if they want to live up to their “DNO” motto: “Destination: New Orleans”