In marching to the title of "Comeback Carson and the Cardiac Cats" the Cincinnati BengalsÆ offense has discovered a valuable, effective tool in their offensive system: the two-minute drill. á While Marvin Lewis and the Bengal brain trust are reticent to install the no-huddle offense for the duration of a game because of the possible detriment it would have on the much-improved Cincinnati defenseùleaving them on the field for a longer stretch of timeùthe risk of lining up and calling the plays on the fly (more plays for the opposition) is worth the reward (a crisper, more effective offense). á Since the Bengals rarely utilize much differentiation at their skill positionsùrunning back Cedric Benson leads the NFL with 127 carriesùmarching down the field without substitutions is not a m ...
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