The Cincinnati Bengals may just be too young to know better.
However, they are old enough to understand how much they like winning.
''We are young, and we are hungry,'' Bengals rookie receiver A.J. Green said. ''We are going to fight for each other until the last minute of the fourth quarter.''
This time, the Bengals rallied from 10 points down at halftime, and rookie Andy Dalton wound up throwing touchdown passes to three different receivers as Cincinnati came back and beat the Tennessee Titans 24-17 on Sunday.
The Bengals (6-2) now have won five straight games for their longest winning streak since 1988 when this franchise reached their second Super Bowl. This is the team that had been 6-2 only twice since 1988, and Cincinnati won the AFC north in 2005 and 2009 for its only winning records in the past 20 years.
Now they hit the midway point tied with Baltimore, a 23-20 winner over Pittsburgh on Sunday night, atop the division with the AFC's best record. The toughest part of t...