After one of the most frustrating games in recent memory, several Bengals players let off some steam via social media. Adam Jones was the most vocal on how Cincinnati gave the game away, but was focused on improving.
We give that game away today as a team but I promise you , coach Lewis is going to fix this shit !!!!! #WhoDey— ADAm Pacman Jones (@REALPACMAN24) October 12, 2014
The season is still very young, and Mohamed Sanu there's still time to improve.
Not the outcome we wanted but we fought and we gonna keep grinding to get better #WhoDey #LetsRoar— Mohamed Sanu (@Mo_12_Sanu) October 13, 2014
The saying goes that "a tie is like kissing your sister". I like George Iloka's saying better.
Unacceptable smh!!! We owe you one WhoDey Nation....and we will— George Iloka (@George_iloka) October 12, 2014
Ending the game in a tie is like being put in the friend zone by the girl you have a crush on...— George Iloka (@George_iloka) October 12, 2014
But regardless we gotta put this game behind us and focus in on the Colts because we all know they are a very good team. And we need a win.— George Iloka (@George_iloka) October 12, 2014
Carlos Dunlap took to Instagram to make his thoughts known.
Not the result we wanted but it's not a lost either. Tough Hard Fought Game but still a building block we can learn from and get ready for the Colts.. #WhoDey #BeaTheColts
Leave it to rookie RB Jeremy Hill to take some joy out of this game.
Got some cold cuts today too bad we couldn't get the W as well #WhoDeyNation #stayturnt— Jeremy Hill (@JeremyHill33) October 12, 2014
GOT SOME COLD CUTS #stayturnt my friends https://t.co/DnPuWEIAJ0— Jeremy Hill (@JeremyHill33) October 12, 2014
As for Devon Still, he's back to Pennsylvania to be back with Leah as she continues to battle pediatric cancer.
Been spending a lot of time in the air lately..off to philly to check on the #SelfieQueen http://t.co/nEw9aYLZux pic.twitter.com/2PP7TbIqpf— Devon Still (@Dev_Still71) October 12, 2014
Makes football seem irrelevant, huh?