Bengals Leaders Speak It Into Existence Before Historic Win
NASHVILLE, Tenn. _ If the nine sacks didn't tell Joe Burrow this thing called playoff football is different, then the meeting head coach Zac Taylor convened the night before Saturday's AFC Divisional against the top-seeded Titans did for even the unflappable Burrow.
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Bengals running back Joe Mixon, looking cooler than Evan McPherson's last-snap 52-yard field goal that put the Bengals in next Sunday's AFC title game, beamed through his designer shades in the wake of the improbable 19-16 win over the Titans. This is what it means. A contingent of Bengals administrators leaves Monday to check out the Super Bowl site in Los Angeles, as all Final Four teams must.
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No Bengals quarterback has been hotter. Ever. As Joe Burrow comes into Saturday's AFC Divisional at Nissan Stadium against the Titans trying to become one of the youngest quarterbacks to ever reach a conference final, he's riding five straight games of at least 100 passer rating with no interceptions.