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Here’s the story of how Marvin Lewis saved the Cincinnati Bengals from bad officiating, a horrible loss and the possible failure of winning the AFC North title.
Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton played Sunday after throwing up at least 20 times - NFL - SI.com
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton played in the team's 14-13 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after throwing up at least 20 times earlier in the day, Paul Dehner of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Bengals vs. Buccaneers final score: 3 things we learned from Cincinnati's 14-13 win - SBNation.com
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers gave a valiant effort by their standards, but it wasn't enough to top a second AFC North opponent this season. Andy Dalton overcame a disastrous first half for the Cincinnati Bengals, who improved to 8-3-1 with a 14-13 win.
Rapid Reaction: Cincinnati Bengals - AFC North Blog - ESPN
They probably shouldn't have won, but they did. The Bengals, putting forth their best impression of undefeated college football escape artist Florida State, came away with a victory Sunday afternoon that may not win them style points by the end of the year. But a win is a win is a win. For the first time in franchise history, they went on the road and pulled out a W for a third consecutive week. That fact alone ought to help at least psychologically for a team that now embarks on its toughest month of the season.
The Cincinnati Bengals‘ front office executives are likely asking themselves the same question: “Why did we sign Andy Dalton to a six-year contract worth $115 million?”
Sloppy but victorious, Cincinnati extended its slender lead in the AFC North with help from a 12th man. Andy Dalton shrugged off flu-like symptoms to run for one touchdown and throw for another Sunday as the first-place Bengals overcame his mistakes and others in a 14-13 victory over the struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers.