Three days after the franchises biggest win in nearly five years, nobody is dancing through the streets in Cincinnati. Things are different for the 2009 Cincinnati Bengals.
The Bengals hadnÆt beaten the Steelers in Cincinnati since Æ01, and had lost five in a row overall. After SundayÆs 23-20 victory, hope has sprung in a sports depressed city.
Gone are the thugs; gone are the over paid veterans cashing in one last fat check; gone are the playerÆs that worried more about stats than the team.
This version of the Bengals has complied with the standard you must set to compete in the AFC North.
After watching the Ravens and Steelers running backs scamper all over them on the field for years, the Bengals have figured out that if you canÆt beat emùjoin em.
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Article written by Eric Ball