37 points last week, to not even able to get first downs the following week. The Bengals were 3 and out so fast and so often on Sunday they didn’t even give Andy Dalton the chance to turn the football over. Hue Jackson admits, though after the fact, that he should have gotten the running game going. You think? The Bengals offense managed only 12 carries. My high school level math skills tell me that averages out to 3 running plays per quarter. That’s even more remarkable when you consider in the first half the Bengals ran 25 offensive plays. Am I losing my mind or did the Bengals draft some pretty good running backs the past two years? Things are only going to get easier this week when Baltimore comes to town. The same Baltimore team that only allowed 5 first half field goals in Week 1 to this Bengals team. On to Baltimore!
In this week’s show:
Scott, Anthony, Mickey and I start off the show by discussing our best and worst from Sunday’s game against the Colts.
Despite the loss, the Bengals are still over .500 (3-2-1) and would make the playoffs if the season ended today, but remember when they were rated the best team in the NFL just 3 weeks ago? Amazing how quickly things can change in the NFL.
We look ahead to Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Who will come out on top? What are your bold predictions and score predictions for Sunday’s game?
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