The Bengals continually shot themselves in the foot offensively in the first half.á
It started with Shayne Graham missing a 32-yard field goal partially because of another bad snap by Brad St. Louis. áCarson Palmer had a pass intercepted by Ed Reed and returned for a touchdown. áWith the Bengals driving near the end of the first half, Reed stripped the ball from Chad Ochocinco and the Ravens recovered the fumble.
The second half of the game was setting up to be a very familiar situation for the Bengals. áAt 14-10, the Ravens had the lead and the Bengals had a shot. áEighty yards and 2:24 seconds was the difference between a comeback win and a day of missed opportunities.
With the help of a pass interference call against Reed and a personal foul on Ray Lewis, Palmer and the "Ca ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Russell Wight