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    How long before the Bengals score a TD?

    First team since the 1930's to fail to score a TD in back to back home games. I think this is likely the swan song for Marvin Lewis, unless there is a dramatic turn around.

    I feel bad for AJ Green, (among others).

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    Re: How long before the Bengals score a TD?

    He's horrendous right now. I thought he turned corner in 2015 but he's just regressed every year. The OL is bad but not bad enough to overlook his terrible play.
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    Re: How long before the Bengals score a TD?

    I assume you are talking Dalton? This week was better than last week. I do think the OL is a large part of his issue, though (as you know), I have always maintained that he was an average QB at best.

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    Re: How long before the Bengals score a TD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg in Dallas View Post
    First team since the 1930's to fail to score a TD in back to back home games. I think this is likely the swan song for Marvin Lewis, unless there is a dramatic turn around.

    I feel bad for AJ Green, (among others).
    If the Bengals organization knew what it was doing, Lewis would've been gone 3-4 years ago. The man has had opportunity upon opportunity to turn the corner, win, etc. and he's failed. Time to move on. AJ Green is about to turn into AJ Gray (hairs) after having to deal with Dalton this year so far, lol.

    I agree with you about Dalton. He's never shown to be one of the best QBs. He's just had better players around him. How good is he without Green, Eifert?

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    Re: How long before the Bengals score a TD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg in Dallas View Post
    I assume you are talking Dalton? This week was better than last week. I do think the OL is a large part of his issue, though (as you know), I have always maintained that he was an average QB at best.
    He had an outstanding 2015 year, I really thought he'd turned the corner and became a good QB. I was totally wrong.
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