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The Bengals got a huge boost this weekend with a huge or shall we say, GIANT, win over the G-Men 31-13 Sunday at PBS. The tone was set early as Andy “Red” Dalton ended the game with an early strike to AJ Green to go up 7-0. Guess he had a pretty good idea about the size of those holes in the Giants secondary. Thank god we have the best WR in the game. Next up for the Bengals, a nice little jaunt to the middle of the country as they visit the struggling Kansas City Chiefs who are coming off an impressive 3 point overtime loss in Pittsburgh Monday night.
In this week’s show:
AJ Green wasn’t lying
It was 14-0 before you know it thanks to a Adam Jones punt return
Getting the ball back up 14-0, the Bengals put Brandon Tate in the game to return a punt, doh
17-6 halftime lead and the Bengals are in business
Pat Sims impact was huge glad to have him back, the defensive line as a whole had their best game
Which also means that Rey Mauluga had HIS best game
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