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Friday morning links and notes -- Jamal Lewis against the Bengals

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Ludwig's three keys to success are protecting Palmer, slowing Jamal Lewis and being special on special teams. I wanted to focus on Lewis' historical performances against the Bengals (note, 2006 and earlier he was with the Baltimore Ravens... and the result is from a Bengals perspective). Lewis, in his career, has played in 13 games against the Bengals, nine of which are 100-yard-or-more performances (Bengals are 2-7 when Lewis rushes for 100 yards or more), sporting a career 5.46 yards-per-carry average.

Date Result Carries Yards TDs
December 23, 2007 W, 14-19 21 92 0
September 16, 2007 L, 45-51 27 216 1
November 30, 2006 W, 13-7 17 61 0
November 5, 2006 W, 26-20 24 72 1
November 27, 2005 W, 42-29 23 113 1
November 6, 2005 W, 21-9 15 49 0
September 26, 2004 L, 9-23 18 186 1
December 7, 2003 L, 13-31 30 180 3
October 19, 2003 W, 34-26 19 101 0
December 1, 2002 L, 23-27 22 121 0
November 10, 2002 L, 27-38 21 135 2
November 5, 2000 L, 7-27 22 109 0
September 24, 2000 L, 0-37 25 116 1
    284 1,551 10

Moving on.

Chinedum Ndukwe and Brady Quinn are close friends.

Some are suggesting that Levi Jones could be in a fight to keep his job as the team's starting left tackle.

Bobbie Williams: "That ain't a sight I want to see, my quarterback with a bloody nose. It kind of makes me feel like I'm not really doing my job."

PFW says that a lack of passing rush hurts the Bengals. Really?

The state of Ohio and the state of Missouri are 0-12 when it comes to NFL teams.

Chris is putting his faith behind Derek Anderson.