Re: MNF: Bengals/Colts
Despite the lousy offensive gameplan, I still didn't think the Bengals had much chance tonight.
The phrases "Bengals defensive line" and "pressure on the opposing quarterback" are polar opposites. Manning had all day to throw the ball. It was routine; Manning back to pass, scan the field, find the open man, pick up about 10 yards. Repeat.
If an NFL team is unable to apply pressure to the opposing quarterback, much less a guy such as Peyton Manning, they're not giving themselves much of a chance to stop the offense altogether.
Barry Larkin - HOF, 2012
Put an end to the Lost Decade.