The Cincinnati Bengals recovered from a deflating last-minute loss to the Broncos by entering Lambeau Field and leaving with a win. So the Bengals are now 1-1, and they’ve got a chance to send the defending Super Bowl champs to 1-2 on Sunday.
But NBC’s Rodney Harrison — who says what he thinks when he thinks it — doesn’t think much of the Bengals.
During a recent radio spot with former Bengals Artrell Hawkins and Charles Fisher of 1530 Homer’s new show 2 Deep Zone, Harrison called the team a “clown show.”
As former Bengals defensive tackle John Thornton explained it on his Twitter page, Harrison “basically said the Bengals aren’t good. And that’s puttin it lightly. He stirred it up.”
Clown show or not, that road win over the Packers got our attention. And if they can continue to play that way, maybe the Bengals will be introduced at their playoff opener with a Volkswagen driving into the middle of the field, and all 53 players climbing out of if.