Despite crawling out of a 13-0 deficit, a win is a win and the Bengals now find themselves at 7-4 heading into their bye week with a nice 2.5 game cushion on the rest of the division. Hopefully the Bengals players, and coaching staff will spend the week off recharging their batteries to allow themselves to bring on a renewed focus as they head down the homestretch of the 2013 season. Now historically the team does not do well following byes in the Marvin Lewis era. With that said, Marvin used to be awful at challenges too. But he’s been perfect so far in 2013 and maybe this bye week stat can be turned around as well. The Bengals will head to San Diego next weekend to take on a Chargers team that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to the Thanksgiving holiday next week and the fact the Bengals are not playing on Sunday, there will be no Who-Dey Weekly next Wednesday night.
In this week’s show:
We lead off the show talking about Andy Dalton’s start to the game.
Vontaze Burfict is playing like a beast and the punt coverage team was doing work against the Browns.
We take a look at the latest roster news, the Bengals signed Christo Bilukidi (again).
On a sad note, we discuss the passing of former Bengals linebacker Thomas Howard, who died tragically in a car accident earlier this week.
We discuss the comments made by Michael Johnson regarding the booing Bengals fans at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday.
We take your calls and hand out our letter grades for the first half of the season. What letter grade do you give the Bengals so far in 2013? Leave your grades in the comments below.
Don’t forget to join us for our Postgame coverage immediately following next Sunday’s game against the Chargers. You can join us at CincyJungle.com/live.
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