It was not a good weekend for Cincinnati sports that’s for sure. The Reds lost 4 straight to the Pirates to bow out badly in the MLB Playoffs. The Bengals played a stinker of a game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Nothing, NOTHING, went the Bengals way on Sunday. All aspects of the Bengals TEAM performed poorly on Sunday. The play, the play calling, the coaching, you name it, it was bad. But if there is a bright spot, the 4-0 New England Patriots come to town this week to take on the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. THIS should be fun.
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In this week’s show:
We lead off the show talking about the very poor performance in Cleveland.
The defense kept the Bengals in the game despite the poor offensive showing.
We looked ahead to this weekend’s matchup with the New England Patriots, who are coming in 4-0 despite missing 86% of their receptions from last year, missing their best TE and WR to injury to start this year.
We discuss the play of LB Rey Rey Maualuga and agree that so far in 2013 he is the most improved Bengal from last year.
We opened up the phone lines and discuss Andy Dalton, the support for the Bengals as a whole, and why did the Bengals draft a TE in the first round if they weren’t going to model the New England style of offense.
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 Postgame Coverage this Sunday immediately following the game. Join us at cincyjungle.com/live.
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