By the time 10:30 p.m. rolled around Sunday night, most Bengals fans were stuck with three choices: overdose on Ambien and hope for death, watch Battlefield Earth (which is almost the same as overdosing on Ambien), or keep the game on.
I was out of Ambien, so I decided to watch the rest of the game.
So what does Sunday's 37-0 loss to the Jets mean? Good question, glad you asked.
Since 1990, when the NFL expanded the playoffs to its current 12-team format, there have been nine occasions where two teams matched up in the final game of the season went on to meet again in the first round of the playoffs (Ironically, there are three instances this season).
The good news for the Bengals: The team that loses the regular season game has a 5-4 record in the p ...
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Article written by John Breech