Bengals DE Wallace Gilberry with the best responses about Chargers postgame speech

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Wallace Gilberry watched the postgame speech given by Chargers head coach Mike McCoy and gave the best responses.

It's well known that Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis showed his players the postgame speech from San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy. In that video you can hear players saying that the Chargers owe the Bengals for Cincinnati's week 13 win with a random "Who Dey" change in San Diego's locker room.

Bengals defensive end Wallace Gilberry wasn't sure what Lewis' intentions were for showing the video, writes Bengals.com, but the team's sack leader had the best responses.

"I'm not sure what his intentions were and different guys will take it different ways," defensive lineman Wallace Gilberry said after Thursday's practice. "They have unfinished business and so do we. It's going to come down to our will against their will. Who wants it more. They were excited about winning and coming to The Jungle and we're excited about hosting them."

Gilberry had some fun when asked about the Who Dey line.

"Obviously he wants to play for the Bengals," Gilberry said. "I don't know who it is, but he's either a secret Bengals fan or he wishes he was here. I would never have said whatever their chant is. 'Bolt Up?'"

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