Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

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    Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    They have beaten the Browns, Steelers and now the Ravens. Or are the Steelers still the team?
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    Bitchburgh did what it does against the Lions today -- playing to the level of its competition and squeaking out a win. I think the bloom is off the Baltimore rose, so if Bungles fan is a little giddy at this point, that would be understandable. But when the dust settles, the Steelers will still be the best of this bunch. One thing a competitive division might do, however, is make it more difficult for a wild-card team to sneak out of the north. Looking around the league, I think the early success of Cinncinnati might look like good news to teams like Green New Jersey and San Dago (or more likely Denver).
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    After four games yes.

    That is a TOUGH division though. I wouldn't want to play those guys twice a season.
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    In Response to Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?:
    [QUOTE]After four games yes. That is a TOUGH division though. I wouldn't want to play those guys twice a season.
    Posted by zbellino[/QUOTE]

    We get the NY Ravens twice a year now, with franchise QB and receiver...

    Hopefully nobody realizes that Mike Holmgren would be perfect for the Buffalo offense, or things could get difficult
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    And I think they could take the Steelers by surprise in their first head-to-head matchup.

    I'll be interested to see how they do when they lose the element of surprise.
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    They have the guy who lost his wife, the underdog status in the North... a feel good story with every intangible going for them

    I feel for the guy, took a LOT of guts to coach that game a couple days after her death.
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    In Response to Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?:
    [QUOTE]They have the guy who lost his wife, the underdog status in the North... a feel good story with every intangible going for them I feel for the guy, took a LOT of guts to coach that game a couple days after her death.
    Posted by NickC1188[/QUOTE]

    Nick not really interested in the Bungles being the team to beat in the North. Just wondering if you saw my boy McGowan recover that fumble?
     
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    Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?

    In Response to Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Are the Cincinnati Bengals now the team to beat in the AFC North? : Nick not really interested in the Bungles being the team to beat in the North. Just wondering if you saw my boy McGowan recover that fumble?
    Posted by MaritimePatsFan[/QUOTE]

    Yea, but did you see how excellent our zone defense was today?  Cost us at least 3 timeouts while they got their sh*t together.  Continuity would be nice.

    And your boy Chung whiffed on the punt block.
     
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