So on Sunday the Bengals jumped out to a 14-0 lead, then watched the Green Bay Packers score thirty, yes, 30 straight points. Miraculously the Bengals managed to score 20 more unanswered points to walk out of Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday with a 34-30 win. A win that honestly came down to a Marvin Lewis red challenge flag. Yeah, I’m still amazed myself. He almost NEVER wins these challenges. Fate was on the Bengals side on Sunday and the rest was history.
In this week’s show:
Anthony leads off the show saying that the game on Sunday versus the Packers goes down as one of the best games in the Marvin Lewis era, it also goes down as one of the most bizarre in NFL history.
The defense kept the Bengals in the game. When the offense turned the ball over on 4 straight possessions in the first half, Green Bay only managed 9 points on short fields against this tenacious defense.
We looked ahead to this weekend’s AFC North match up with the Cleveland Browns, who also shocked another NFC North team this weekend by winning in Minnesota over the weekend with 3rd string quarterback Brian Hoyer under center.
We opened up the phone lines and discuss Adam Jones, the defense, the importance of Michael Johnson and why we hope the Bengals re-sign him to a long term deal.
We give our bold predictions as well our as score predictions. Give us your bold predictions in the comments below!
Don’t forget to tune in to our Pregame and Postgame Coverage this Sunday. Pregame will kick off at 12:30 ET and immediately following the game. Join us at cincyjungle.com/live.
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