Paul Daughtery thinks the " 2010 Bengals could be franchise's biggest flop. "
Joe Reedy says the " Bengals get nowhere on third down. "
Mike Florio, always a gem of open-minded journalism when it pertains to the Bengals, called Carson Palmer out, " The only thing that has ever made Carson Palmer a franchise quarterback is his contract. "
Baltimore Raven's beat writer, Mike Preston, now claims the last game against " Cincinnati should be put in the win column for the Ravens. "
Bob Bratkowski admits "it was the inability to convert on third downs which ended up being the ultimate downfall." And yet he manages to stay oblivious to the catalyst, "When you chart (the plays) and see where it broke down there was no common theme to it."
Really Bob? Check again, you might be the common theme.
The joys of being a Bengal's fan in 2010. Ahhh the memories 2010 inspires. And here comes a Monday night game in the NFL's biggest spotlight for all the media to witness. At least we'll always have 2002. Nobody can take that from us.
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