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Inept. At times this past season, that word became synonymous with the Cincinnati Bengals' passing game. Can a Pro Bowl quarterback really have no passing yards and go 1-11 with a pick in a game? No matter how sturdy the New York Jets' defense is, and no matter if the Bengals were just not trying, those types of performances should not happen in the NFL. Pitiful. And when a team who has numerous play makers struggles to attack teams with the caliber of the Detroit Lions or Kansas City Chiefs, there is a huge problem. Embarrassing. In no way am I not applauding their success of getting to the playoffs or finally adapting to the gritty AFC North. It is just ironic that now is a Gilded Age of quarterbacks and pass-happy offenses. It does not seem long ago when the Bengals mocked the Greatest ...

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