I showed up at Rudy's Pub & Grill about 5 minutes after kickoff not knowing what to expect. I walked in and the place was packed with Bengals jerseys!!! Not a Ravens jersey in sight! Who knew!! In southern California I'd expect to see a large variety of fans from every team but to see that many Bengals backers and so few Ravens fans really caught me by surprise. (There were two couples wearing Ravens jerseys walk in during the second quarter---they sat in the corner and didn't say much all night )
Nice game. But who kidnapped the Bengals defensive team and substituted the Chicago Bears?
What a great game. I would have hated to sit through that and have them end up losing...I've done that enough through the years.
We stayed pretty dry, all things considered. We started of with waaaaay too many layers of clothing but had the foresight to bring a trashbag in for easy storage. My throat is a little raw and my head a bit fuzzy (I wasn't the DD last night ) and I'm glad I worked last Friday and took the day off today!
If the Bengals D continues to play like it has the last two games they can beat anyone on the remaining schedule, including the Colts.
The key at Denver will be to shut down the Broncos running game and find out if Cutler has the ability to win the game by passing.
My uncle and my cousin have had season tickets since the early '90s. Up until Marvin came along, my cousin had never been to a game when the Bengals had a winning record, having gone to games every season since they first got the tix, over 10 years of losing football.
Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.