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Editor's Choice: Mojo's Return, Grading the Offensive Line and Mike Brown

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It's been a busy week. We're through the first quarter of the 2011 season and the Bengals are sitting pretty at 2-2 and in second place in the AFC North (though the Steelers and Browns are both 2-2 also.. gotta love those division wins). We've got two more game until the bye week and there's a very real chance that the Bengals could go into that bye week with a 4-2 record. Also, there's a very real chance that the Bengals could go into that bye week with a 2-4 record. 

We're just going to have to wait and see.

But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, here's a look at the best posts from the fourth week of the Bengals season.

Mojokong made his triumphant return to Cincy Jungle and offered up his thoughts on the Bengals through the first quarter of the season saying that he's pleasantly surprised.

BearRun gave Bengals owner Mike Brown grades based on the decisions he made in the offseason that led to where the Bengals are right now and then asked for you to vote. Most of you are in the B-range.

And finally, Joe Goodberry wrote his first-quarter analysis of the offensive line, counted how many positive and negative plays they had and gave them a grade. Let's just say you should be happy Bobbie Williams is back.

If you missed these posts, make sure you go back and check them out. 

The floor is yours.