The problem with having a secret weapon comes when that secret ends.
The red-hot Cincinnati Bengals file the emergence of rookie wide receiver Mohamed Sanu under the category of good problems to have.
The Bengals have won three straight, all in dominant fashion, and Sanu has caught touchdown passes in all three. A healthy scratch in game six of the season who was still getting acclimated to the NFL game and trying to crack the Bengals' crowded but ever-changing receiver rotation, he enters the season's 12th game as a player opposing defenses have to watch.
Considering the Bengals have been searching for a year now for a someone to make those defenses pay for watching A.J. Green with two (and sometimes three) defenders, Sanu finding a groove is a big find for the offense.
Hence, the results of late -- and the excitement for a stretch run, starting in San Diego, for a Bengals team that's back at 6-5 after being left for dead in October.
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