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That one may come back to haunt the Bengals. Up 19-10 in the 4th quarter at home to a team riddled with injuries and emotionally spent. A team with one of the worst run defenses in the league yet the Bengals abandoned the run game. Dropped catches, dropped INT’s, missed tackles, ugh it was just not the Bengals day Sunday. Even worse was that Pittsburgh and Baltimore both lost. Time to strap it up men, at Philly, at Pittsburgh and home to Baltimore. They playoffs for the Cincinnati Bengals have already started. This week we’re joined by co-host of the Irish Impact podcast Kevin Wernert who is a lifelong Eagles fan to help us break down Thursday night’s primetime affair.
In this week’s show:
How do you blow that game?
Abandoned the running game despite having the lead and a RB averaging 7.4 per carry
John, Jeremy and FatalContent from Twitter gave us a ring on the Who-Dey Line
Shoutouts/Announcements – Shop till you Drop!
NFL looking to expand postseason to 14 teams
The Eagles are having a long year
Bold Predictions/Score Predictions for Thursday night
I made an appearance this week on Bleacher Report’s F*Ball NFL Podcast with Andrea Hangst who appeared on our show earlier in the season. Check it out sometime.
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A.J. Green is one of the top wide receivers in the NFL, and he also might be one of the best jugglers in the league. The Cincinnati Bengals’ second-year receiver had six catches for 57 yards and a touchdown in his team’s 34-13 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday. Upon arriving at NFL Network’s postgame set to talk about the win, Green was greeted with a request from...
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green demonstrated his juggling skills during the NFL Network postgame show after Thursday nights' 34-13 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Green had absolutely no problem with juggling three oranges, and although he was rusty with juggling four objects, he successfully managed to add the tangerine to the mix for a second or two. Good...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Light rain had just ended when Josh Brown lined up for a 52-yard field goal try in the third quarter, the game on the line. For the last three months, he'd hoped for this test.
Made it with room to spare.
Brown connected on all four of his field goal tries for the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, including that 52-yarder in the third quarter of a 20-19 loss to...
If you look at what the oddsmakers think about this game at any online sportsbook you notice the Bengals are favored to win by 4 points. Based on the path the Bengals and Eagles have taken this season it is an easy assumption to make that the Bengals should be favored.
But what do the Bengals need to do on the field to take care of the Eagles?
1. Pressure the QB – The Bengals...
The Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles will play against each other on Thursday night. Scheduled for kickoff at 8:20 PM EST this game can be seen on NFL Network.
So whats the spread in the Bengals and Eagles game? The Bengals are 4 point favorites against the Eagles. The over/under for this game is 45 points, according to our friends at sportsbetting.ag
Last week the Bengals...
The Cincinnati Bengals need to bounce back from last week’s disappointing loss to stay in the thick of the race for a playoff spot in the AFC when...
A midweek trip to Philadelphia should keep the Cincinnati Bengals from focusing on another Pennsylvania team for a few more days.
The Bengals (7-6) find themselves in a unique position where they're tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the last playoff spot in the AFC, but a loss to the Eagles (4-9) Thursday night wouldn't ruin their chances.
''This decides if...
After a crucial victory against the Eagles, the Cincinnati Bengals now have 9 days to prepare for their biggest game yet.The opportunistic Bengals defense pummeled Philadelphia's mistake-prone offense, forcing five turnovers en route to a 34-13 victory Thursday night. Andy Dalton threw for one touchdown & ran for another in what was a tightly contested game...until the end...
The NFL Network’s (NFLN) next edition of Thursday Night Football pits the Cincinnati Bengals at the Philadelphia Eagles. The action begins at 6:00p.m. ET with Thursday Night Kickoff, hosted by Rich Eisen along with analysts Michael Irvin, Steve Marriucci, Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders. Reporter Stacey Dales and Alex Flanagan provide pregame news reports from the locker rooms. From
Just when it looked like this Iggles team had turned the corner for the better in 2012, we dropped the ball...literally.
Turnovers cost the Eagles a chance for a second straight victory on Thursday night. They committed five turnovers, including four in the second half, during a 34-13 loss to Cincinnati at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Eagles led 13-10 at halftime, but gave...