Denver Broncos vs Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday – September 25 – 12:00 p.m.
Paul Brown Stadium – Cincinnati – Ohio
Records Before the Game
Denver Broncos (2-0, 0-0 Away)
Cincinnati Bengals (1-1, 0-0 Home)
The experts says that the Cincinnati Bengals has a 56.3% chance of beating Denver! I guess they forgot about the best defense in the league. I wouldn’t worry about that nonsense! The Broncos are hitting on all cylinders. Let’s take a look at the key players on offense and defense for Denver.
Why you shouldn’t watch this game
There’s a better NFC match up on FOX? Your girlfriend wants more “Us” time? Or you have a Daddy-Do List you’ve been putting off for a few months.
Why you should watch this game
You want to see if Andy Dalton and A. J. Green can put up big numbers against the Bronco corners.
I’ll just say… Watch and learn!
Trevor Siemian has control over his offense. He has to play more aggressive throwing the ball down field. He has one passing touchdown and three interceptions to start the year. A quarterback’s best friend is the running game. C. J. Anderson has 40 carries for 166 yards and two touchdowns. He needs the ball early and often. Demaryius Thomas has to get involved in the passing game in the latter quarters.
The key on defense is stopping A. J. Green! The Bengals love placing him outside numbers, but he’s dangerous in the slot. He can stretch the field on both sides of the offensive line. Andy Dalton has 732 passing yards this season. He has passed to eight different receivers this year. He has weapons but, the Broncos defense is just better. Tune in and see what the defense has in store for the Bengals.
This game will be a good game. I give it a 9… A must watch! In order to really enjoy this one, you need three things:
1) A 20 piece bucket of chicken from KFC.
2) A case of Miller Genuine Draft beer