After laying an egg and playing poorly in all phases of the game in Week 10 against the Cleveland Browns, the Bengals came back played their best game of the season when they went into New Orleans and knocked off the Saints 27-10. What a bounce back by everyone, coaches included. The game plans were perfect and executed flawlessly. Just like the flawless throw of Andy Dalton to A.J. Green on 3rd and 18. Now lets hope the Bengals can keep that momentum going this weekend when they travel to Houston. On to the show!
In this week’s show:
We start the show off by giving our Best and Worst of the game vs New Orleans.
Which Turning Point in the game proved to be more important? The goal line stand? The 62-yard run by Jeremy Hill? The 3rd and 18 conversion from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green?
Thanks to reader Dave Wellman, he asks if we had to do it all over again, would you pick A.J. Green 4th or take J.J. Watt at 4 instead (was drafted 11th overall that same year).
We wrapped up the show with our bold prediction, score predictions and shoutouts!
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