July 25, 2017

Archives for November 2011

Playoff Update: Good News, Bad News

The teams directly behind Cincinnati won yesterday, giving the Bengals no more breathing room in the AFC Playoff race. The Jets, who have a fairly easy schedule ahead, and the Broncos, who hold the tiebreaker over Cincinnati, scare me the most. The only good news arrived in the Houston/Jacksonville game. The Texans, who won yesterday […]

Second Take: 5 Thoughts on Bengals/Browns

Another round of postgame observations following Cincinnati’s thrilling 23-20 victory over the Browns. 1. I thought for sure this game was going to end up as one of those mystifying Bengals losses that would haunt them for the rest of the season. Instead, this resillient group made big plays once again when they had to, […]

A.J. Green: Cleveland Killer

The Bengals won today 23-20 after being down 17-7 at the half.  How? A.J. Green is a Browns killer.  He did it in week one when his touchdown catch in the last minutes of the fourth quarter proved to be the deciding points in an opening game defeat of Cleveland.  He did it again today, […]

Bengals Looking Up at Browns at Half 17-7

The Bengals have looked hot-and-cold on the rainy PBS turf so far in the second battle of Ohio contest of 2011—mostly cold—and are down 17-7 at the half. Bengals won the toss and deferred to the second half, giving the Browns the ball to start the game. Both Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty dressed for […]

Who Dey GameDay

The Bengals are 7-point favorites heading into today’s must-win contest against the Browns. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap is sitting out, but A.J. Green is expected to play. Green and Andy Dalton will face a Browns secondary that boasts one of the best pass defenses in the league. On the other side, Cincinnati’s defense will have […]

Going Polling: Bengals in the Playoffs?

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This Week’s Game Is A Big One

A few weeks ago on the Who Dey Weekly Podcast, Nick, Mickey and I discussed whether or not the Pittsburgh game was one of the most important regular season games in Bengals team history.  While Mickey and I didn’t think that it was, Nick made a strong argument about how that game was key to […]

WDW Episode 52 – Giving Thanks to Bengals Fans

Despite the Bengals losing two AFC North games in a row, the playoffs are in their sites. How confident should fans be? The NFL sent a memo to the Bengals this week advising them to send out invoices for Playoff tickets to season ticket holders!

What is it like to be a Browns fan?

Here is a peek into the mind of the Browns fan.  Don’t spend too long there, it is a depressing place.   Cleveland Radio Host Goes Off

Preview: Browns @ Bengals

My, my, how things change.  Ten weeks ago, as the Bengals were preparing to travel to Cleveland to open the 2011 season, I made a statement that has turned out to be not exactly correct. I said that the Bengals and the Browns were similar teams. At the time, the Browns were being projected to […]