THE OPPOSITION: Cincinnati Bengals

Torrey Smith v Bengals
A Look Behind Enemy Lines: Cincinnati Bengals   A four hour drive from FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio will land you in another mess of orange; Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals finished the 2012 regular season with a record of (10-7), which landed them in a Wild-Card Round playoff game against the Houston Texans. Unfortunately for the Bengals, they lost that game 19-13. This was the second straight season that the team made it to the playoffs, faced the Texans, and came away empty handed....

John Harbaugh: King in the North

First off, let me say that I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season. Things kicked off wonderfully on Festivus (Christmas Eve Eve) as the Bengals won in Pittsburgh to eliminate the Steelers from playoff contention, then with the Ravens thoroughly dominating the New York Giants to seal their second-consecutive AFC North title. Now we get to spend our New Year’s Eve Eve watching the Ravens play those same Bengals in Cincinnati, in what will likely be nothing more than a glorified preseason game. While there is a remote...

Ravens gaining separation in AFC North

The AFC North sent three teams to the playoffs last season and was considered by many to be the best division in football. Fast forward one season and it appears that only one team will represent the AFC North in the 2012 NFL playoffs – at least through six weeks. While the Baltimore Ravens still have four games left to play within the division, including the Pittsburgh Steelers twice, they have a two game lead on the second-place Cincinnati Bengals and own tie-breakers against them. Additionally, the Ravens’ usual biggest...
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