Cincinnati Bengalis are not so bad. Well, they were pretty good in the first month of the season, and I don’t think anyone outside of Cincinnati has seen this kind of start on the horizon. A 1-1 start to the season, a road division win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and four weeks later AFC North’s first-place right.
This is Cincinnati’s best start since 2018. They set a 4–1 record before they thought they were Bengalis, and their season started to go in the opposite direction. Andy Dalton hit his thumb, which kept him in the injured reserve and held him for the rest of that season, and that’s what he wrote. Another 6-10 results.
Now the Bengalis have quarterbacks and possibilities in Joe Borough Star wide receiver With Ja’mar Chase. In his first four NFL games, Chase has four touchdowns, coming up against two Steelers. Meanwhile, you can see Twelve’s confidence grow with each game.
More impressive than the Bengali record is how they are winning these games. Two of their three wins are three points. Even their rate in the second week against the Bears in Chicago was three points. Now, I know it’s early, and they’re just 2-1 in close games. But it must count for something, right?
Cincy the Tu first big test comes home in 5 weeks when Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay Packers come to town. This may sound surprising, but Rogers has a losing record, 1-2, against the Bengals. This is a small sample size, but I’m sure Bengali fans can get any kind of silver lining they can. Defeating the Packers will show the league that they are real this year.
The Bengals could catch Rogers at the right time as he has passed about 216 yards per game in his first three. The Packers play the Steelers at Green Bay Week 4, so the average is likely to rise slightly. Defeating the Packers will be a big feather in the cap for Bengal head coach Jack Taylor. In his first two years as head coach, Taylor’s record is 6-25-1. If the Bengals beat Green Bay, there is no doubt that he could be the winning coach in the NFL.
It is time for the Bengalis to come out of this funk and do something to make their fans happy. They’ve worked so far but have to continue it against the cheese heads. This is likely to be a signature victory that could give the Bengalis a nice run for the rest of the year.
If the Bengalis can keep Buro on the field, They have the same chances as any other team in the competition at AFC North. The Bengalis may not be able to dance you, but in the end, winning will really surprise fans and haters alike.