CLEVELAND - With the season on the line, the Bengals defense went out and made a money grab Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium when they hijacked Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel’s first NFL start in the third greatest stand in franchise history during the 30-0 victory that put them a win away from their fourth straight postseason with two games left.
The Pro Bowl team is announced Friday and even though the numbers say Andrew Whitworth should be on it, he's thinking more about playoffs and what he's learned from Peyton Manning in the one Pro Bowl he did go to.
The fantasy football season is a marathon, not a sprint. But like any race, there comes a point where you have to dig deep and push out every last bit of strength you have to edge out a win over your opponent.
The last three AFC champs averaged a combined 34 rushes in their play-off wins on the way to the Super Bowl. The Bengals have used that formula in their biggest wins of the season.
Yes, Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther wanted Sunday’s shutout badly and he got it when his unit finished off the game as opposed to the Sunday before when they allowed more than 200 yards in the fourth quarter.
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