Monday night’s unexpected Bengals win turned the national TV spotlight to another team’s ineffective quarterback, poor execution, and lack of poise.
The Cincinnati Bengals welcomed back old friend Andy Dalton by dropping the ball and gift-wrapping the game to the Dallas Cowboys.
Neither the refs nor the national media cut the Bengals any slack in their lackluster 19-7 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
With Joe Burrow injured, the Bengals season is reduced to jockeying for a top draft pick. Just like last year.
With Joe Burrow’s devastating injury, another Cincinnati Bengals season is over before Thanksgiving. Let the blame game begin.
Nothing went right for the Bengals in Pittsburgh, as usual. Now it’s on to the nation’s capital and a winnable game against the Washington Football Team.
If Joe Burrow can reverse the decades-long trend of painful losses to the Steelers, he will earn the undying gratitude of all Bengals fans.
Joe Burrow took another impressive step forward behind a patched-together offensive line to beat Tennessee. Next up is a much-needed bye week.
A gut-punching loss to the Browns is hard to swallow, but Joe Burrow was the best quarterback on the field.
Losing a 21-0 lead is absolutely soul-crushing. Maybe the Bengals will take it out on the Browns on Sunday.