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(CINCINNATI, Oh.) – For the 2017 regular season finale in Paul Brown Stadium, Detroit came in like a lion and went out like a lamb. Cincinnati’s surprise 26-17 upset victory was small consolation to a train wreck of a Bengals campaign that started with high hopes but ended with sordid dismay. Not only do the Bengals miss the playoffs for the second consecutive year, they end up with potentially only six wins while alienating most of their fan base with disappointingly lackluster play. The Marvin Lewis era has mercifully run its course in the Queen City, and providentially, I was on hand to witness his likely swan song. That didn’t stop Marvin from being markedly upbeat.Continue reading Out Like a Lamb—By John Huang→
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(CINCINNATI, Oh.) — Last Monday night’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers was like a punch to the Bengals’ solar plexus. As Chris Boswell’s 43-yard field goal sailed through the uprights, a discernably audible gasp could be heard circulating throughout the environs of Paul Brown Stadium and beyond. Not only did the Bengals lose, they lost in spectacularly sordid fashion—blowing a 17-0 lead by committing a franchise record of 173 yards in penalties. Although not mathematically eliminated from playoff consideration, the gasp you heard was the Bengals’ hopes for post-season play escaping from the soul of their perennially disheartened fan base. Continue reading Pro Football – Cryin’ about Tigers and Bears, Oh My! —By John Huang→
(CINCINNATI, Oh.) — To the true sports enthusiast, there’s really nothing like the spectacle known as Monday Night Football. With the outcome of the weekend slate of games banished to the rearview mirror, the eyes of the entire sporting world become focused ahead on the two remaining teams left playing on center stage. With no other distractions in sight at the beginning of this work week, anyone with even the slightest interest in the National Football League is keenly tuned in on Monday night. For the participating players and coaches, that means every move is scrutinized, every highlight is magnified, and every blunder is dissected ad infinitum by friend and foe alike.Continue reading Pro Football – All My Rowdy Friends—By John Huang→
(CINCINNATI, Oh.) — Like the prodigal son, the Cincinnati Bengals finally returned home this week from a long and winding road trip. For the past three consecutive Sundays, the much-maligned misfits in striped helmets suffered painful defeats at the hands of Jacksonville (23-7) and Tennessee (24-20), before rebounding to squeak by Denver (20-17) in the most recent Mile High City matchup. Continue reading Pro Football – Raggedy Andy—By John Huang→
In his post-game press conference in Paul Brown Stadium a couple of weeks earlier, Marvin Lewis was uncharacteristically giddy. The usually stone-faced Bengals head coach actually cracked a few smiles and responded to questions with a bit more vim and vigor than was his custom. His team had just defeated the Buffalo Bills, improving their record to 2-3, and pulling within a game of division leading Pittsburgh. Continue reading Toilet Bowl—By John Huang→