There is a lesson to be learned from all of this: never underestimate the will of a trapped animal, or in this case, a trapped color. á The Bengals barely escaped alive from the House of Brown, needing to go a few extra rounds to fully vanquish that desperate group of wild banshees in Cleveland, thanks in large part to the mistakes of long-snapper Brad St. Louis.
But like a classic action movie, the golden boy hero, Carson Palmer, faced with the improbable odds of 4th-and-13, scrambles for a first down, saves the day, and bails out his buddy, Brad, all in one motion. You could feel a breeze through Cincinnati as fans everywhere let out a sigh of relief.
It was an aesthetically displeasing affair of orange and pink with an abundance of overtime punts. Marvin Lewis initiall ...
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