Cedric Benson said that revenge was not on his mind. Sure, the Chicago Bears dropped him like honors math after three seasons last year, but the former first-round pick played it cool all week. Then on Sunday, he let the hammer drop. Benson wasnÆt the only reason that the Bengals romped 45-10 on Sunday, but he was the galvanizing force. Much like the tragic death of defensive coordinator Mike ZimmerÆs wife Vikki several weeks ago, the Bengals seem to thrive on emotion and Benson gave them plenty to use. The fourth-overall pick in the 2005 draft, Benson was a bust from the moment he stepped on the field in Chicago. He was a loner. He didnÆt get along with teammates. He fumbled the ball. And, oh yeah, he also got arrested twice on DUI charges. Last week, Benson said that he thought the Be ...
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