On a breezy afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium, every Bengals fan could feel it slipping away. A promising 1-1 start was morphing into what promising starts in Cincinnati nearly always doùanother disappointing season. Hines Ward, a guy not exactly renowned for being respectful of other teams in their parks, was saying on the field what everyone in the sports world was thinking: ôSame old Bengals.ö The defense, which had been so brilliant the first two weeks, couldnÆt stop the Steelers. The offense couldnÆt move the footballùthe first three series yielded no completions, no first downs, and -10 yards. But something different happened in the second half. The poise that had been missing for so many years in difficult games was suddenly there. SundayÆs game was the type of game the same ol ...
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