Found September 01, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
A couple days ago I made the Cincinnati Bengals my Super Bowl Champs pick for 2013. And I’m not the only one embracing the Stripey Wotsits as your next NFL champs. Other league pundits are talking about this idea, if not agreeing with it. Maybe the Cincinnati Bengals are the sexy 2013 NFL champs prediction. Like Sarah Jones level sexy. NBC Sunday Night Football Analyst Cris Collinsworth about Super Bowl predictions and the Cincinnati Bengals. It’s been 25 years since his Super Bowl 23 Bengals team. Cris Collinsworth: “Well, as you know, I watch them. I just got finished watching the tape against the Dallas Cowboys and preparing for our opening Sunday night game and they’ve got a lot of pieces. I thought that Jermaine Gresham looked like a better football player now that they drafted Tyler Eifert. I’m a little concerned that Whitworth’s knee hasn’t kind of rounded into form yet. I think Giovanni Bernard has given them an element on offense and of course A.J. is a spectacular player...
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