Last season, it took the Cincinnati Bengals two months to record their first win of the regular season. This year, it only took them two weeks, and the main reason seems to be because of a healthy Carson Palmer. Coming off of a loss in one of the most bizarre endings in NFL history, the Bengals traveled to Lambeau Field and upset the Green Bay Packers 31-24. It may have only been one game, but after a low-scoring Week One against the Denver Broncos, many wondered if Palmer still had what it takes to be a threat at quarterback for the Bengals. Even though he finished just 21-of-33 for 247 yards and two interceptions against a Broncos defense that finished 26th in the NFL last season by allowing 228.5 yards per game, the main factor for Palmer was he failed to throw a singl ...
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