Carolina Panthers vs. Cincinnati Bengals - Recap - October 12, 2014 - ESPN
Cam Newton re-emerged as dual-threat danger. Andy Dalton missed on only one pass in overtime -- a sack-saving throwaway, no less. Back and forth they went, rallying their teams through a pulsating finish. Mike Nugent's miss left it tied, unsatisfying and confusing. And perfectly appropriate.
Bengals, Panthers Waste Everyone's Time, Tie
The Bengals and Panthers played four quarters and couldn't find a winner. They played another 15 minutes, but the game ended at 37-37. You know what that means: No one's happy!
Jeremy Hill Did The Ickey Shuffle
You know, that dance from the TV insurance ad.
Rapid Reaction: Cincinnati Bengals - Cincinnati Bengals Blog - ESPN
A few thoughts on the Cincinnati Bengals' 37-37 overtime tie Sunday against the Carolina Panthers at Paul Brown Stadium:
The Cincinnati Bengals ran into a buzz saw named Tom Brady last Sunday night during an ugly loss to the New England Patriots. The 43-17 blowout raised questions about the Bengals' ability to defend elite offenses without injured Pro Bowl linebacker Vontaze Burfict in the lineup.
The time has come for the Cincinnati Bengals to ask themselves an uncomfortable question. Do we start exploring life after Mike Nugent?
Bengals running back Giovani Bernard landed hard on his right shoulder and left in the fourth quarter with Cincinnati trailing Carolina early in the fourth quarter on Sunday. Linebacker Luke Kuechly tackled Bernard hard on a run, landing on top of him. Bernard got up slowly and came to the sideline, where a doctor looked at his right shoulder. Bernard went to the locker room for an evaluation.
The Vikings put together a whole lot of nothing in their 17-3 home loss to the Lions this afternoon, and head coach Mike Zimmer has had enough. "I'm extremely disappointed about this loss," he said. "I can handle getting beat. I can't handle getting our butts whipped."
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