Found November 30, 2011 on WhoDeyFans:
We know the Bengals are very much improved on the defensive line. The amount of bodies the Bengals have been able to rotate through and continue to get presssure on the Qb is great. We also know the Bengals desparately miss the talents of Carlos Dunlap when he has been healing his hamstring. Now we [...]
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