• Good, bad and ugly of Bengals' season

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 23, 2013
    Like any team this late into a season, the Cincinnati Bengals have had their share of good, bad and ugly so far this season. But as the last month has shown, there is plenty of bad and ugly to go around, too. With 11 games down and the Bengals' bye week wrapping up this weekend, now is as good a time as any to take a look at the good, bad and ugly themes and events that have helped shape the season to this point. Quite simply, teams haven't been able to move the football on the Bengals for much of the season. The fans and media had begun to doubt the Bengals, who had lost two of their last three games and three of five. Either the Bengals were going to make the Cowboys pay, or the big match the following Sunday against the 11-1 Bills at Cincinnatis Riverfront Stadium was going to be anticlimactic. As recalled in a New York Times story this week, the TV coverage in 1988 was mostly about Kennedy himself; this weeks coverage has been mostly about the witnesses, ballistic experts and conspiracy theorists.
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Bengals focused on moment, came away with Dallas win in '88

    When Rodney Holman arrived in Dallas on the weekend preceding the 25th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, he wasn't thinking about the assassination.

Related Articles

Related Teams

Bengals News and Rumors