Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals Recap
October 18, 2015
There were still some experts murmuring that the Cincinnati Bengals had not looked like a consistently viable Super Bowl contender. But, this version of the Bengals rolled up to Buffalo, New York to take on the Bills, and dominated a top rated defense to win for the 6th time in 2015 without a loss.
This game seemed a lot closer than it really was by the 13 point difference on the final scoreboard. Cincinnati dominated Buffalo on both sides of the ball. The Bengal rushing attack, split almost evenly yardage wise between Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard, gained just enough yards against the tough Billâ€™s rushing fron 7 to keep the pass-rushers off Andy Dalton.
With time to throw all day, Dalton completed 22 passes for just under 250-yards, three of those touchdown strikes. A late Bills score made the margin of victory a little closer, but the biggest taken from this afternoon was that the Cincinnati Bengals are truly Super Bowl viable 6 games into the 2015 season. Beware of the roar of the jungle coming from the Queen City.
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Seattle Seahawks Recap
October 11, 2015
After trailing the Seahawks 24-7 through three quarters, the Bengals completed a stunning comeback to beat the defending NFC champions in overtime at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals drove for two touchdowns to get within striking distance, then got the game-tying and game-winning field goals from Mike Nugent. Nugent tied it on a 31-yarder in the final seconds of the fourth quarter, then won it with a 42-yarder in overtime. Dalton threw two touchdown passes to Tyler Eifert and ran for another touchdown. Dalton finished 30-of-44 for 331 yards, his third straight 300-yard game. Seattle's Thomas Rawls ran for 169 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries.
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Cincinnati Bengals Vs. Kansas City Chiefs Recap
October 4, 2015
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton had a nearly perfect game, leading his team to a win over the Chiefs and a 4-0 record to start the season. Dalton completed 17-of-24 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown, and has now thrown for over 700 yards in his past two games. The Chiefs were able to move the ball seemingly at will between the 20-yard lines, with Alex Smith throwing for 386 yards, but Kansas City settled for field goals on all seven of the Chiefs' scoring drives. Meanwhile, the Bengals scored touchdowns on all four of their red zone possessions. Kansas City's Jeremy Maclin caught 11 passes for 148 yards.