Second Take: Five Thoughts on Bengals/Jags

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  1. Bill says:

    This game showed that the O-line is the weak link. They cannot impose their will on other teams and can get bullrushed too often. (But then, that’s easier to do when the D can get in the neutral zone without getting flagged.) An interior lineman must be a high priority in the next draft.

    BTW, they are 3-1 in the AFC with the loss to Denver.

  2. Nate says:

    I should never write anything before 6:30 a.m. How I didn’t count the Denver loss, I don’t know.

    1. Seubs says:

      This team is only going to get better which is the refreshing thing about all of this. Their schedule the rest of the way out only has 4 “tough” games, both against Baltimore and Pittsburgh. If they win the games they’re supposed to win, 10-6 isn’t out of the question. One game at a time though, need to just go 1-0 this week against Indy.

    2. Bill says:

      I would probably add Houston to that list as well. They are playing as tough as Pittsburgh so far.

      1. Seubs says:

        I thought about that too, but Houston is winnable. Schaub is inconsistent, Andre Johnson may be out and Mario Williams is out for the year. Beatable if you ask me.