Broncos 12, Bengals 7: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Posted: 14th September 2009 by Russell Wight in NFL
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Still in a state of disbelief after yesterday's loss to the Denver Broncos, I am going to attempt to compile a list of positives and negatives regarding the Cincinnati Bengals' opening game. So, here it is: the good, the bad, and the ugly.   The Good I was very impressed with the Bengals' defense. The attitude and intensity that Mike Zimmer has them playing with is something we haven't seen in Cincinnati for some time. Keith Rivers and Rey Maualuga are the type of players that opposing offenses fear. It was nice to see Carson Palmer on the field. When given the opportunity to throw the ball downfield, he did so with authority. Palmer is so effective when he throws the ball past the first-down marker. The scoring drive at the end of the game was magnificent. He ended up with two interc ...

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