Lions-Bengals one-liners

The Lions’ road losing streak hit 18 games in a 23-13 loss against the Bengals.

The Lions defense forced three turnovers and held the Bengals to one offensive touchdown, but the offense didn’t hold up their end of the bargain.

Lions WR Derrick Williams wiped out a first down with an illegal formation penalty that coach Jim Schwartz deemed “inexcusable.”

Questionable offensive strategy at the end of the first half by the Lions handed the ball back to the Bengals with good field position and enough time to add a field goal.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford connected with WR Calvin Johnson on a 54-yard touchdown pass, his franchise rookie record 13th of the season.

Bengals RB Cedric Benson looked to be in fine health as he carried the ball 36 times for 110 yards.

Bengals DE Michael Johnson sacked Stafford once and tipped another pass that DT Jonathan Fanene intercepted and returned for a touchdown.

S Tom Nelson made his first NFL interception after the Bengals lost Chris Crocker to an ankle injury.

Said Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco, “We got that ‘playing to the level of our opposition‘ speech at
halftime. We’re not playing good football yet. Our
offense has to step it up the next two weeks at Minnesota and San Diego.” 

Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer wonders if the Bengals are an elite team.

6 responses to “Lions-Bengals one-liners

  1. Who-Dat is the Saints chant.
    Bengals fans say Who-Dey!!! As in Who-Dey? Who-Dey? Who-Dey think is gonna beat them Bengals? Nooooobody!!!

  2. Hey Ochonada,
    My Chargers have a package for you here in San Diego.
    It’s a body bag, custom fit for a receiver with a big mouth.
    We are going to embarass you and your entire “team.”
    Who Dey?
    We de’ Chargers! You aren’t ready for this, puta bendejo!

  3. Ahh jesus. Natelan, you’re as bad as f**king PervyHarvin and Frank Burns. GTF out of here man. Don’t talk shit until/if you actually beat us.

  4. Just ignore those troll morons, they will go away.
    I agree Dusty, we need a better o-coord to get us to the next level; he could not outthink a pee-wee defensive coordinator. I still say that Palmer is not his old self yet; his technique is terrible now. In order for them to win it all they will need him to get his mojo/ elbow back.

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