Everything about the fourth quarter Thursday night screamed that the Bengals were going to blow it. The Ravens rallied from a 28-7 deficit to make it a 28-23 game with 9:35 left in the fourth quarter, and the Bengals offense had slowed to a crawl.
We’ve seen this story before. Time and again, the Bengals have wilted under the spotlight.
But then Cincinnati went on a 10-play, 65-yard drive to set up a field goal and forced a turnover on the Ravens’ next possession to ice it. With the smooth finish and 34-23 victory, the Bengals are now 2-0 and will be in sole possession of the top spot in the AFC North, regardless how the rest of Week 2 shakes out.
The Bengals have started fast before. In 2015, the team rattled off an 8-0 record in the first half of the year, but the season ended just like every other since 1990 — without a playoff win.
Is this team different? There’s at a couple early indications that it might be.
Andy Dalton played well in primetime
That’s noteworthy considering he usually doesn’t come close to his best under the lights.
Entering Thursday, Article source: https://www.sbnation.com/2018/9/14/17858468/bengals-ravens-2018-primetime-andy-dalton-defense-turnovers
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